Marvel All New, All Different - Ongoing Discussion (Spoilers)

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  1. Fist McStrongpunch

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    Re: Marvel Now/ReEvolution Ongoing Discussion (Spoilers)

    So we're basically halfway to Earth X.
     
  2. Guy Gardener

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    Earth X terrigenated everyone.

    (Those Thing Kids were sooooooo cute.)

    Regular humans and mutants seem to be unaffected.

    (Eternals, Homomermanis, Deviants, Subterranians... ?)

    In the current sweeping plot that started with Inhumanity #1 this week, it is only Inhuman Blood lines that are being effected, even if it's been 15 thousand years since a full blooded Inhuman coupled with their family tree.
     
  3. Davros

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    What about mutants with inhuman's in their family tree?
     
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    Well that's my supposition isn't it?

    The inhuman Princess Crystal Married Magneto's son in Fantastic Four Vol 1 #150.

    Their child was not a mutant.

    It's not much of a statistical sample, but it's all we got.

    The mutant Gene is recessive compared to (what ever defines) Inhuman physiology (pre-terrigenesis.).

    Considering that the Kree Scientists must have been aware of the mutant time bomb priming for the 20th century... What an Inhuman is could have been designed to weed out and cancel mutation from/by the mutant gene since it was it's natural competition to the complete domination of the genepool.
     
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    But wouldn't a mutant/inhuman hybrid still be superior to a mere human/inhuman hybrid?
     
  6. Guy Gardener

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    Mutants are defined by a single gene which they have and humans do not.

    Luna was (in)human.

    She did not have the gene.

    What I am proposing is that there can (biologically) be no such thing as a mutant Inhuman hybrid because Inhuman genes dominate Mutant genes to the point of dissolution, just like there can be no such thing as an Inhuman/Human hybrid either.

    Graydon Creed.

    Sabertooth's completely Human son.

    Was Sabertooth shooting blanks, or did he unwittingly breed with an Inhuman who did not know that she was an inhuman? Thus stripping the mutant gene from bis child.
     
  7. Admiral_Young

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    This will all lead to...Superior X-Men :)
     
  8. Guy Gardener

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    The industrialized mass replication of the Otto Octavius personality, followed by the imprintation on key figures in EVERY community?
     
  9. Admiral_Young

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    ^ Yep What do you think all the Spider-Bots are for? :)
     
  10. Guy Gardener

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    Dollhouse Apocalypse meets Doctor Who the End of Time?

    The problem is that the Otto's would not get along.

    When he met his time travelled self in the X-Men Special, he was not nice to his younger self.
     
  11. Admiral_Young

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    Well...that'd be true, but then nothing's perfect. Those specials were so good too.
     
  12. Saga

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    :lol:
     
  13. Guy Gardener

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    I had an Uncle in the 70s who used to be realllly into Rod Stewart, so maybe Beast was into edgy music for his era... But it's hard to remember a time when it was ever not only old fats who listened to Rod.
     
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    That would require the x-gene not to be wanky enough to where it doesn't always show up even if you're parents are mutants and that any shown mutant/human war doesn't end with mutants in concentration camps and/or hunted down by sentinels.
     
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    Wait, Fraction is off "Inhuman"? I thought that was his baby. The reason why he dropped Fantastic Four and FF?
     
  16. Hound of UIster

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    Axel Alonson is looking like the next Dan Didio/Bob Harras. :guffaw:

    I guess Fraction want to devote more time to his family/social justice/his indie work. Just ridiculous.
     
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    Is Charles Soule any good?
     
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    he took over Swamp Thing and its still a really good book.
     
  19. Admiral_Young

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    Soule is also writing Superman/Wonder Woman which has been pretty decent so far, and the excellent "Letter 44" from Oni Press which I can't recommend enough.

    Fraction has "Hawkeye" and the "Inhumanity: Medusa" as well as of course "Inhumaniy" for Marvel so perhaps he couldn't handle all of them in addition to "Sex Criminals" for Image (which is fantastic).
     
  20. Fist McStrongpunch

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    It's not uncommon for a writer to start a book and make it a thing and then hand it over to someone else once it's established. Hell, Jeph Loeb only lasted a few issues on the book whose entire purpose is to make Jeph Loeb's dead son a superhero.
     

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