LINEART IS HARD
jubes sketches, planning out a project :D while I’m not an xmen expert, jubilee has always been one of my favorites, and one of the only asian superheroes I was able to find in american comics growing up :)
they literally had to take this out because it was so gay
OF ALL THE THINGS HE COULD DO TO PROVE TO HER THAT HE HAS POWERS
"ITS GOOD ISN’T IT"
CHARLES YOU ARE SUCH A LITTLE SHIT
I wasn’t expecting to like Quicksilver nearly as much as I did. Cheeky little shit, I hope you give Erik hell in the next movie.
(well let me first say that i am a fan of logan. he’s not a favorite of mine per se, but when done well he is an excellent character)
while i don’t remember saying that (just bad memory), i do have some thoughts on the matter. this thought being, i just want him to nap for like a month of his life. i think where my original comment comes from is that i feel wolverine works best in moderation, playing off other characters. when we (or at least I) spend too much time in his head, his novelty wears off. he works the best as the bad boy biker in the group, rather than the emotional core. i want to see logan step out of all the limelight, just have him have his own title, and then be a supporting character in a very few team books. have him go back to being the guy you throw at shit, not the guy making calls. (unless its like, ‘hey logan how do we murder that guy’, then definitely have him call the shots). to keep the mystique of being the bad boy, you need just that: mystique. theres no moment anymore of logan just appearing out of nowhere to do that one badass thing and say the one liners. a good example of where i think he’s done perfectly is astonishing x-men by whedon. he’s not pivotal to the plot really, but he always adds a much needed balance.
in short, logan just needs to go back to being the bad boy who’s occasionally there, rather than the broken father-figure who’s trying to tell everyone how to live.
"Sometimes, anger can help you survive."
"So can faith."
X-Men: Battle of the Atom #2