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Subj: Re: Amazing X-Men #6...
Posted: Wed Apr 16, 2014 at 10:34:51 pm EDT (Viewed 10 times)
Reply Subj: Amazing X-Men #6...
Posted: Wed Apr 16, 2014 at 06:59:45 pm EDT (Viewed 136 times)



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    So, the defeat of Azazel was done in the JGS area upon materialization? And the team are on good terms with SHIELD to call 'em to pick up the prisoner?

Probably Logan using his Avengers ID again


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    They'd not use an X-Cell for him until the figure things out?

What cells, it was on Utopia where the X-men last kept prisoners. Without Danger, they'd not only have to find someone to care for any prisoners, but have to build the cells, which really shouldn't be in the same place as a school anyway.


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    Then the add to the displeasure with Kurt's pontificating posture he takes towards Cyke. Another baffling reveal how the ex-dead man is up to speed up to the point that Xavier dies and updated him. He implies SCOTT killed his 'surrogate father' and then turns around and says but I'll drink with you anyways? Talk first, drink later, next time Elf!

very disappointed they didn't talk. Despite what appears to be popular opinion, I think the Scott/Kurt conversation would surprise alot of people. Just saying, I think we combine the guy who died because he believed in Hope and the update from a man whose last few months were spent making up for his own mistakes, and you get a view that would surprise Logan.


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    Obviously, the Bamfs must have kept you informed somewhat on things that you'd go the at AXM for help to begin with.

given the Bamfs teleporting abilities, I'm guessing Kurt just told them to find Logan and that's why they ended up at the school instead of Utopia.




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