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Silver

Subj: Re: Amazing X-men, do you guys accept this outcome?
Posted: Wed Mar 26, 2014 at 07:56:23 pm EDT (Viewed 17 times)
Reply Subj: Amazing X-men, do you guys accept this outcome?
Posted: Wed Mar 26, 2014 at 05:50:19 pm EDT (Viewed 38 times)

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Ok, first of all, I am glad Nightcrawler is back. Missed him after he died and I really cannot wait to see his reaction to what’s happened since he died, especially the upcoming reunion with Cyclops.

But how he is alive is just weird. His body was created by combining numerous Bamfs and he’s lost or sold his soul for the opportunity to return.

I think we need to have Kurt visit one of Marvel’s mystics to make sure his body is just like it used to be.

And we need some clarification about his soul. Is it gone? Part of the remaining Bamfs? Is someone gonna come collect it in the future? Or is this something that will be forgotten when the next writer gets their hands on Kurt.

Also, I know there were Bamfs left in the mansion after Kurt appeared in the living world, but gotta wonder if they’ll stick around now that the portal is gone. They did seem pretty pivotal to JGS security, plus they have a teleporting range that Kurt never had himself.


I pretty much agree with everything you typed.
Nightcrawler is by far my favorite X Man. It was great seeing him with other characters in this issue, and I greatly look forward to more Amazing and Kurts solo series.
That whole trading / sacrificing your soul thing....
I dunno, that didnt really seem like something Nightcrawler would do.
When I read that I was wondering if it would have reprecussions, or if the writers would just kinda forget about it after a while.
I think they may ( conviently ) forget about it, especially with Jason Aaron leaving the book. What do you think?


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