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Subj: Re: Who is the woman?
Posted: Thu May 05, 2011 at 11:14:01 pm CDT (Viewed 281 times)
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Quote:That all seems significant.
Quote:My bad for not buying Age of X for disinterest. Am curious though will it impact the X-titles that participated with crossovers in other big ways? All the MU titles? Obviously less significantly than House of M did, right? Does all the mutants remember here where they didnt after HoM?
It will impact the Legacy and New Mutants, at least, and probably others. This could be what kicks off this MMXI: Year of the X-Men stuff.
Everybody remembers what happened in AoX. When reality is restored, a relieved Frenzy rushed up to Cyclops and kisses him, only to be verbally backhanded by Emma. As Scott and Emma walk away, Joanna Cargill is very upset with tears in her eyes. We'll be seeing more of her in Legacy.
Also, Storm and Namor give each other sad looks as they realize they're no longer together.
Part of Age of X was that all the mutants went through a Groundhog Day situation, where every day, human soldiers would attack them over and over and over... Cyclops/Basilisk noticed something strange in that the dog tags of the soldiers were repeating. Anyway, after it's over, Blindfold mourns the dead... all of them... even the repeats.
Quote:Saw the attached printscreen from another forum - is it the gist of the Event? Who is the naked redhead? Ghost Rider do much? TIA for any answers.
The naked redhead is Revenant, and she's not naked. She's wearing this costume (but the art sucks):
Ghost Rider did almost nothing. About the only thing we see him doing is briefly capturing Marrow before Chamber rescues her.
He was a part of the human's main super team, along with Cap - not much different, but looks more like Ultimate Cap.
Invisible Woman - the FF were hiding mutants; looks like Wolfsbane went nuts, almost killing Franklin, so Sue ratted out her family.
Steel Corpse (Tony Stark) - infected by a technovirus that's been slowly devouring his body, he's pretty much a corpse fused within his armour.
Hulk/Banner is brutal and hates mutants; he was part of a government experience against mutants, and one of the mutant victims went crazy with the powers, leading to Banner becoming Hulk.
Spidey - well, he was just a slave on Banner's chain; Banner is given the green light, so he kills him. Before Peter became a slave, MJ escaped to Paris with their unborn daughter.
Redback (Jessica Drew) - not much different, but more brutal; she's an assassin; we're shown a flashback of her garrotting Sinister.
Oh, and they're led behind the scenes by General Frank Castle.
Anyway, most of this team turns traitor in the end and dies protecting the mutants. They're ordered to kill a bunch of mutant kids and they refuse. Banner dies still hating mutants and trying to kill the rest of the team.
City of Heroes is BACK!
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