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Subj: Re: Amazing X-Men #6...
Posted: Thu Apr 17, 2014 at 09:11:13 am EDT (Viewed 61 times)
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Posted: Wed Apr 16, 2014 at 10:34:51 pm EDT (Viewed 10 times)


> Probably Logan using his Avengers ID again
Probably. NYC really should institute a Superhero escort for superVillains to prison holding facilities. Or revisit Code Blue and assign them the task in all cases to give that character concept some facetime. Or at least repeat how tight budgets are to believably explain how en route escapes are so commonplace to allow for adventures/clashes with said bad guy du jour.

> 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.
It seemed that ever since the shocker that they kept Sabretooth locked up in the X-basement the practice of selectively imprisoning X-villains, in a "cell" or somesuch, by the X-men themselves has become a (debatable) way of life for them.

> I think the Scott/Kurt conversation would surprise alot of people. Just saying,
Agreed. Very revealing possibilities.

> 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.
Maybe. But whatever his instructions (though it will me mildly interesting to find out even if hindsight), the beasties have been around since bothering everyone since the previous premiere and must have gathered a lot more post-Xavier intel.


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