- 1“ I don't think a character exists with a power that can better represent the mutant dilemma. I don't think it's ever all put together at once, but their have been glipses with her attempt to find a cure for her powers, as well as tragedy she's caused others. „
- 2“ The great ambiguous one. Making the villain a victim of the Holocaust gave the X-Men far more depth and meaning.
The issue I've always had with him is that his power just doesn't seem right. Sure you can be extremely powerful with magnetism, but you can be extremely powerful with lots of things, there's no thematic connection I can see between his power and his personality. „
- 3“ Xavier's the great wiseman, and so his power of telepathy works perfectly. Him being paralyzed also makes sense. Only problem is that he's too powerful. It's comical how often he gets incapacitated clearly just because the writers couldn't think of a way to write the conflict with him in it. „
- 4“ Mystique's just a juicy character. Femme fatale changeling, possibilities are endless.
If you could combine Magneto & Mystique, you'd have the ultimate character. Mystique's powers are singular & symbolic enough to take the Holocaust story further than what's been done. „
- 5“ A religious mutant who looks like a devil. How can you not love that? „
- 6“ I've never been the massive Wolverine fan so many are, but how can you not enjoy him? His claws and his regenerative propel the action away from bloodlessness. „
- 7“ Good characters turning bad is now a cliche, and the introduction of an "even tougher" bad guy is the worst cliche of all, but Jean Grey's transition to Phoenix is the transition everything else is compared to, and it was an idea worth exploring. „
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