Wednesday, January 14, 2015


I hope it didn't influence me, since I did write this after reading a couple of Marvel's Axis crossover books, where Nightcrawler is "flipped" to evil, after being caught in whatever the hell was going on in the main book; I just read Axis: Revolutions #2 and Amazing X-Men #14. Nightcrawler throws down with Sabretooth and Mystique, but as is often the case, evil does not equal efficient: Kurt doesn't teleport their heads off three panels into the story. Both Sabretooth and Mystique are "flipped" as well: now good, they try to keep Kurt from murdering anyone, without hurting him.

Anyway, we're going with a different genre cliche reason for Kurt going evil, tying into to all the space crap Kurt and Pool have had to deal with so far! But we'll get to that next week maybe.


Dale Bagwell said...

Ooooh, the plot thickens. Love it.
Alien possession or something then?

SallyP said...

Gah! Suspense!

CalvinPitt said...

It's Space Madness! Like on Ren & Stimpy! But I can't see Kurt needing to urge Deadpool to push a big, shiny red button that collapses the entire universe into a singularity!

Dale Bagwell said...

Space Madness! Yes! Defintiely one of my favoprite episodes from those early seasons of Ren and Stimpy.
I need to steal from that show more;)

Anonymous said...

Fuck you Vinny, I will now introduce you to the meaning of pain and death! You two bit looser, I will skin you alive!

You know who this is!