Uncanny X-Force #19.1
Uncanny X-Force #28
Uncanny Avengers #1
Uncanny Avengers #8AU
Uncanny Avengers #14
So, who is making the Freudian analysis of this particular storytelling obsession?
Seriously Remender. What the fuck?
holy fuck, this was all Remender? Guy’s got some serious issues.
Freud would say something along thee lines “obvious repressed hatred toward women caused by also repressed subconcious desire to have sex with one’s own mother, that visualizes in fatasies about having women stabbed by sharp, phallic objects” or shit like that.
I ee he really doesn’t seems to like Rogue and is very unimaginative at ways for people to get hurt.
And I thought that some manga were bad when it comes to sexism. However, this is a bit too much by having character bashing (Remender hates Rogue) combined with sexism and Women in Refrigerators cliche. Not to mention that strong women characters get character derailment by turning them into weak-willed wuss, dumb bimbos, sluts or crazy murderous bitch and later get maimed/killed. Also, Remender dismisses the unhappy fans as trolls by telling them in a tweet “Go drown in Hobo Piss”.
Rick Remender, you…are…a…HACK!!!!
Marvel Story Idea
Since I dislike most poorly-written deaths in the recent Marvel comics, I have thought of a better idea as Nightcrawler is coming back from the dead. What if there would be an Afterlife War as the demons led by Azazel invade Heavens to capture Nightcrawler.
As Heaven had been invaded, Nightcrawler would rally along with the souls of the deceased heroes such as Peter Parker, Scarlet Spider (Ben Reilly), Banshee (Sean Cassidy), Thunderbird (John Proudstar), Professor X, Skin (Angelo Espinosa), Mettle, Stature, Night Thrasher, Nova (Richard Rider), Namorita, Ant-Man (Eric O’ Grady), Goliath (Bill Foster), Doctor Druid, Doc Samson, Sharon Carter and others to fight against the invaders and protect the innocent souls of the civilians. Also, (the real) Jean Grey who had been residing in the White Hot Room for a long time steps in to help her friends against the demonic horde.
And once the battle against the Demonic Horde is over, the souls of the deceased heroes can choose whether they could either stay in Heaven or go to the living (get resurrected).
A-List, B-List (and others) on X-Men Characters part 1
As we have seen the well-known X-Men characters such as Wolverine, Cyclops and others in many comics, media and merchandise, I came up with this idea. So I decided to come up with a list that tells what popularity status of whatever X-Men characters are. And because the cast of X-Men is too bloated to remember, I had to start with part 1 that lists the characters from 60s to 90s.
Note: If you see the + and - symbols like B-List (-) or C-List (+), it means that the character’s importance status or popularity has risen or decreased depending on the writer’s focus on the character. And if you don’t know what A-List or B-List mean, look under this link A-List, B-List, C-List, D-List and Z-List definition
Professor X (Charles Xavier) = A-List (-) (a very well-known figurehead though he is neither focused by writers nor fans)
Cyclops (Scott Summers) = A-List
Jean Grey = A-List (-) (she is very well-known like Professor but she is more popular with fans than with writers)
Beast (Hank McCoy) = A-List
Archangel (Warren Worthington III) = A-List
Iceman (Bobby Drake) = A-List
Sorry, Gambit. Mind control powers are just really creepy.
That particular power is reflective of the period when Remy was still being a dark version of Longshot.
Gambit has better standards than Daken, Remy may have charm; at least he respects women even though he flirts with her whereas Daken is more of a date rapist to me thanks to his pheromone powers and his murderous nature.
Battle Royale X-Men style (or X-Men Arena)
$10 Internet Dollars says that Rogue is fridged just like Sharon Carter in Uncanny Avengers.
$25 says her death will be meaningless and purely for shock.
$Jackpot says nobody in any other comic grieves her cause they can’t interfere with Remender’s timeline and her funeral would be put off so long everyone forgets it and it’s just another death for the sake of death.
Even though I am a fan of Rogue yet Rogue kind of annoyed me recently with her Mary-Sueness and going to Magneto instead of Gambit (he did everything for her for crying out loud) thanks to Mike Carey and Christos Gage, I still don’t want to see Rogue die in a pointless death in upcoming Uncanny Avengers issue.
If Rogue dies, then Gambit would be very mad at Captain America (remember that Gambit was senselessly beaten up by Cap in AvX?) and blame him for the mess. Also, Gambit would blame and break off his friendship with Wolverine for letting her join the Avengers as Toolverine is both an X-Men and an Avenger. Not to mention that Mystique would be very very pissed-off that her adopted daughter dies that she might plot to murder Scarlet Witch, Captain America or anyone from Uncanny Avengers.
If Scarlet Witch dies, then Magneto and Quicksilver would be very mad at Captain America and the other Uncanny Avengers. As Quicksilver is too overprotective of his sister, he would quit the Avengers in a hissy fit and maybe join forces with his father despite his grudge. Not to mention that Wiccan and Speed (I really WANT Speed to COME BACK) would be disillusioned with the Avengers as they grieve for their “mom”.
X-Men (blue team) characters in Marvel Universe Trading Cards series 3