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Subj: Nah
Posted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 at 08:17:09 am EDT (Viewed 243 times)
Reply Subj: Re: So, In Other Words, You Want Everything Since 1991 Gone?
Posted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 at 06:46:45 pm EDT (Viewed 283 times)

I like Cable & most of 90s X-Force. Askani? You betcha!

I like Bishop, just not his character assassination.

I like Generation X, just not goodie two-shoe Emma. My Emma would have been cursing the Hellions for being such failures. And demanding better from her next students.

I like Bastion... more than either Master Mold or Nimrod individually. Individually, they're as boring as plain, re-dried spaghetti. Bastion's got style and flash.

I'm cool with Onslaught, but only as a past, one-shot thing. I don't like how they continually bring It back.

I'm cool with Styfe as the evil clone. And bring back the MLF! So bizarre we saw zero from them when it comes to Inhumans.

Fatal Attractions was okay... just too bad it didn't kill Wolverine (and permanently).

Legion Quest & AOA are tolerable, provided they have zero carry overs.

OZT was great! And I adore Karima Shapandar, the Sentinel girl.

I actually wish Cerebro's fake X-Men would have stuck around.

I REALLY, REALLY WISH Our Lord Magneto would still be in control of a thriving Genosha.

I liked the idea of House of M, just not the way it played out. And that's the only vaguely X-related event I've liked in recent (since 2004) history.

Claremont's X-Treme X-Men was great! And I like Lifeguard.

Exodus & the Acolytes? Cool!

Bring back the Bedlam Brothers.

I tolerate Deadpool's existence, just not entertained by him.

I could probably go on...

City of Heroes is BACK!
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