X-Men #80 by Gil Kane.

Nightcrawler by Jake Ekiss. 

X-Men by Leila Leiz

"Public Affairs" by Daniel Irizarri Oquendo

nmrosario Asked:
I guess I just never understood what was so offensive about the M-word speech that someone would boycott Remender over it. I didn't really have a problem with the speech and even if I did I would just chalk it up to Havok's personal opinion and not attack the writer for trying to flesh out his characters. It seems to me that people are going out of their way to get offended if this kind of thing offends them.

xcyclopswasrightx:

I did not like the M Word speech myself. I think Remender lacked some understanding of the ideas he was addressing, and showed it in his initial response to the issue. I do think he was voicing some of himself in it.

He later gave an explanation of his thinking that provided a better appreciation, but not much more acceptance to my way of thinking. I plan to get more into this when I address his run on Uncanny Avengers.

I do agree with you on the larger point of people taking offense to crazy degrees. The way some flip their shit over this stuff is ridiculous. I tend to walk away from books that consistently express ideas I don’t like.

I imagine some of these people have an incredibly small worlds, and even worse social skills in order to chose to express themselves in this manner. The worst are the pack of cowards that type their bile filled rants on Anon. These are the lessons you learned from reading super heroes? 

 

Well put. It was extremely frustrating to see a guy who is a driving force in the X-Books to not really “get it.” The entire incident really had a big impact on my future enjoyment of his work. Havok also went from being one of my favorites to now one of my least favorite characters.

But this #firerickremender stuff is nonsense.

marvel1980s:

Wolverine and Kitty in the Savage Land - Paul Smith

Magneto by emmshin.

kristaferanka:

Finally got around to scanning in the custom Storm piece i did for kevinwada. overall I’m pretty happy with this design that I made on the fly. this would be a lot more the route i’d go if i was ever allowed to design a new “main” costume for her, given that the one she is in now I originally only intended to be an x-force costume

Longshot mini comic by Corey Lewis.

Juggernaut by Charles Paul Wilson III

xcyclopswasrightx:

NIGHTCRAWLER #7
CHRIS CLAREMONT (w) • TODD NAUCK (a)
Cover by JAMIE McKELVIE
DEATH OF WOLVERINE Aftermath!
• Not so long ago, Nightcrawler was dead.
• Now, with a second lease on life, Nightcrawler struggles to find his place back in the land of the living.
• But now that his best friend, Wolverine, has taken his place in the afterlife, that struggle just got a lot more difficult!
• And he may just find his solace in the last place he (or YOU!) would imagine!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

robably not the direction they are going in, but I would love for him to join up with Scotts crew.

kristaferanka:

ALL-NEW X-FACTOR #15
PETER DAVID (W)
CARMINE DI GIANDOMENICO (A)
Cover by KRIS ANKA & JARED FLETCHER
AXIS tie-in!
• Washington is burning!
• Will Serval Enterprises’ X-Factor put out the fire?
• Or will they watch it burn?

The Summers Family by Mike Segawa