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Guardians of the Galaxy #6 Variant by Pryce14 Guardians of the Galaxy #6 Variant by Pryce14
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Kaedegirl Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
this is a cool cover :) I love Kitty's new outfit :) 
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RebellingLemming Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great art!
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usoutlaw Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2015
awesome pic i love kitty pryde nearly every depiction of her has been so much fun
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IslandMan949 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2015
How in the world did Kitty start teaming up with the Guardians of the Galaxy?
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MapleSamurai Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
She's been dating Star-Lord for a while now. Don't know when she actually joined the team. 
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IslandMan949 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2015
It's okay, I just found out how, and it really brings out a lot of questions for the All-New Marvel comics.
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LB-Artwork Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2015  Student General Artist
At least it lives up to the idea of being 'all-new/all-different', unlike the other X-Men who are just rehashing the 'no more mutants' and 'Cyclops is an extremist' stuff.
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IslandMan949 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015
Yeah, but I think things are getting interesting with the older Scott dead and younger Scott angry at what his older self have done.
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LB-Artwork Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015  Student General Artist
Honestly, that's what's bugging me the most; ignoring how young Scott's retelling of events are hugely innaccurate as to what happened in the comics we saw (ad goes against his own development/relationship with his older self), but the fact we keep getting told that old Scott was a monster because of something, but we never hear why, feels kinda forced, especially since it completely goes against how Scott was developing last time we saw him.
I'm having same issue with Daredevil, where Foggy is cutting ties with Matt because he did something that made everyone forget he was Daredevil, but we've not been told what, making it feel lazy.
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IslandMan949 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015
I think (but not entirely shore) Marvel will explain about Daredevil's little "memory wipe". And I find it really strange as to how Daredevil has more of a crazy life than other superheroes, because he's a blind man who doesn't have a lot of villains. Heck, most of them are pretty dead with Bullseye apparently killed by someone, and the Kingpin killed by Punisher. Yes, he has the Hand, but aren't they done for?

Now for Scott, I never really got the info that he was evil until some time ago. I never understood why he became evil, and he also killed Professor X. I kinda stopped reading the 616 one and started reading the Ultimates, and couldn't believe they actually destroyed that world, but thankfully Miles is alive. I just find it weird that they would really kill a whole universe that was there since 2000 and bring ONLY Miles Morales into the 616.

I kinda miss the people that was around him at the end, like Cloak and Dagger, Jessica Drew (clone of Peter Parker), and even the new heroes. Today, the comics are just getting crazier and really stupid, with old villains returning for apparently no reason. What are your thoughts on it?

Also, I wonder when young Jean will find out about her son, that's going to be AWKWARD.
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LB-Artwork Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015  Student General Artist
They probably will, but at the moment its just making for an annoying scene of Foggy yelling at Matt without telling us why.
Actually, Bullseye is alive (I think, unless he was killed off during the recent Elektra run), as is Kingpin (I think; he might have been killed during Secret Wars, but it seems all the deaths from that have been wiped), while the Hand just showed up in the last issue to take revenge against a guy who stole some of their power. He's got a few other villains, but they're also up for creating new ones.

Scott never really turned evil on panel. Rather, he became more anti-heroic thanks to PTSD that never got treated, and after losing all that was left of his family while mutants as a whole were left near extinction. He did do some morally questionable things, but was doing so for firmly good reasons (and against people who deserved it), and weren't any different than things done by Xavier, Beast, Nick Fury, or Steve Rogers (hell, he's probably responsible for less death than Steve is, given what happened in Warren Ellis' Secret Avengers run).
The only reason he's 'evil' now is because people keep saying he is, despite the fact that he's not done anything new. Hell, he only killed Xavier because he was possessed by a corrupted Phoenix and Xavier was attacking him; he's only responsible for Xavier's death as far as any superhero possessed/mind controlled is. Its actually really hypocritical in some cases given Wolverine was the most vocal about it, despite the fact he killed Northstar a few years ago under demonic possession, and while Scott went out of his way to fix the damage done during AvX, Logan and Steve have denied responsibility for it despite being just as responsible.

In fairness, the Ultimate Universe had become a mess. Besides Miles, no other book was able to stay afloat and were lagging in sales because it was so hard to get new people into the continuity of it; Miles is easy enough to explain to new readers, but trying to explain the All-New Ultimates or Ultimate FF would be a nightmare to a new reader (not helped by the fact Ultimate FF was super skeevy and gross). Apparently a few others have made the jump besides Miles at least; Maker is bothering the New Avengers right now and Boombshell is somewhere, but not sure where.
In all honestly, besides a few points, I actually like the current comics. They're different, but at least they're creative, and some of the new ideas I quite like (Kitty and Star-Lord were surprisingly endearing as a couple, Sam-as-Cap is the closest thing to a Falcon ongoing, New Avengers is probably one of the best Avengers relaunches ever, and a number of other books are great). Besides the above, my only issues are with Spider-Man (sure, show us a great alt where Pete and MJ are married with a kid, then tear it away with Spider-Man as Batman Lite), and Hawkeye (Lemire's characterization of Clint and Kate seems to be like a bad fanfic of Fraction's run that exaggerates the worst aspects and leaves out the endearing parts). And the lack of a Young Avengers book, but I'm making do for now by planning out my own fanfic for that.

(Also, sorry for the super-long reply)
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MOMOpJonny Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2015  Student General Artist
QUILL"S BACK! I love Kitty's new space look.

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I str8 up la in love  this.
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