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Subj: Re: Uncanny X-Men #13: Good job, X-men. Some not so good.
Posted: Fri Mar 08, 2019 at 09:26:53 am CST (Viewed 96 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Uncanny X-Men #13: Good job, X-men. Some not so good.
Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 at 11:41:16 am CST (Viewed 116 times)

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    What about Moonstar ? I'm a bit confused here because :

    She seem to use her lost mutant power since M-day for the 1st time, but how ?

I didn't see her use her power.


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    How can she be trapped inside Age Of X-Man since she wasn't among the mutant assembled against X-Man ?

This is not part of the Age of X-Man. This is the real world.

The Age of X-Man world is obviously made of an entire planet of 7 billion that weren't involved in the fight against X-Man. He has created an entire populated universe.


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    Same question about Shard, who seems to be more like Bishop's wish in AOX-Man.

Where do you see Shard?


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    Still don't understand why The New Mutants are listed as a threat when there's 4 members in the new X-Men team ? (Cannonball, Boom Boom are safe in X-Force, and Magma and Cypher in the alternate dimension)

It is odd.


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    How Boom Boom and Rictor have been on their own separate way after what happened to their teammates in the last issue of Dead souls ?

Well, Boom Boom has seemed to simply not give a damn.


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    Wasn't Tran who was in control of Karma's body on the last panel ?

Um. Where?

Although it seems ridiculous maybe new mutants doesn’t refer to the team but to mutants they aren’t aware of yet... but the rest of the list deals with specific groups and individuals so I guess that doesn’t make any sense.


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