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Menshevik

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Subj: Re: Yes. And Chaos War's Dead X-Men team.
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2018 at 03:22:59 am EST (Viewed 96 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Yes. And Chaos War's Dead X-Men team.
Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 at 10:55:02 am EST (Viewed 135 times)



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      At the time it made a lot of sense to me -- she was turning over a new leaf, cut her ties to her old allies and acquaintances, and she after failing her original pupils (most of whom had ended up dead) she was trying to do better by her new ones. Lobdellian Emma to me made a lot more sense than Morrisonian Super-Emma (who behaved like a villain yet readers were expected to look on her as a hero because reasons).

    Frankly, Morrison's version made a lot more sense to me considering how Emma began. Lobdell's Emma was way too goody two-shoes. For a while, I thought part of Jean got stuck in Emma when Jean almost died saving her.



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    And I still haven't completely abandoned that thought. \:P


Well, to each their own, I guess. I never was one hung up on how characters began (since Rogue and Magneto as two of my favourite X-persons how could I be?) and I like to see a bit of character development.


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