So Storm accepts the Panther's marriage proposal-what next?

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  1. Fantasyartist Registered

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    So Storm accepts the Black Panther's offer of marriage. Does that mean she's going to resign from the X-Men( or at least become an inactive member) and do what the only serious duty of a Queen is-namely providing heir9s)?
    Personally I would hate for this to happen! Who said that motherhood is incompatible with superhero-ing( look at the Invisible Woman and Spider Woman II-Julia Carpenter-a single mom yet!)?

    Terry
     
  2. WOLVERINE25TH The Best There Is

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    Well, they'll probably have lotsa little jungle babies.
     
  3. GNR Registered

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    Jungle babies?Right.

    Storm isn't on either x-lineup so hopefully it stays that way.I'm enjoying this current story arc more than I expected.

    (Awaits x-****es to start flooding the gate stating their hate for Hudlin and Black Panther)
     
  4. ShadowBoxing Registered

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    The Divorce a year later
     
  5. Odin's Lapdog Registered

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    it's all good, panther has stay-at-home-dad written all over him anyway...
     
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    WOW, great attitude there, personally I could care less about Storm, but Hudlin's poor BP series is horrible, taking a Majestic charater and reducing him to nothing more then another street thug.

    I mean when does BP say things like "Straight triping bo"....
    Enjoy your hip-hop BP. I think I will stay away.
     
  7. WOLVERINE25TH The Best There Is

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    I hated BP since this new #1. Was crap compared to Priest's run. This Storm thing's just Marvel's latest debacle.
     
  8. GNR Registered

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    That was one issue which took place in the HOM reality bud.One god damn issue.

    It's amazing how people assume this book is making T'Challa a street thug and "ghettoizing" (a racist comment someone made at CBR) just because of that one issue and with the majority of the cast being african american.Honestly,tell me how he's becoming a street thug.Really enlighten me,please.
     
  9. Varient Guru for Geeks

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    This is a thread that will just go round and round to no good purpose.

    *Skip*
     
  10. ragingdemon155 Registered

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    Just one question...

    Where did this relationship between Storm and Panther come from? I'll admit that my knowledge of Storm is limited and I know pratically nothing about Panther...but I've never seen Marvel even hinting at them being together in the past.

    This just seemed kind of out of the blue.
     
  11. Harlekin Business

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    Marvel Team-up #100 and #26 if I remember correctly from the Priest BP run.
     
  12. 32CAGE Registered

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    Agreed---------
     
  13. GOODT!MES The Last Fan

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    Wait, Black Panther says "Straight Trippin' Boo?" Oh, man. I loved the first volume of Hudlin's run. What happened? I saw that he wrote Luke Cage as a token(but he's a character that is always meant to reflect the popularized black stereotype of the current time), but Black Panther wasn't like that at all in the 1st arc. He was just awesome. How sad...

    I never felt a strong pull to Storm, anyway. She just never seemed like a good character.
     
  14. RockSP MYTH SMITH ˆž∞!!!

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    How did he write him as a token? What stereotype is Cage representing?
     
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    It was one book.Hudlin has written him consistently up to now.You "saw" that he was written as a token?Meaning you didn't read it,meaning you're jumping to assumptions right?Because if you did read Two The Hard Way,you would know that Cage was pretty much the co-star with BP.
     
  16. Anubis Sup?

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    Two the Hard Way was a good arc.
     
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    Oh no,nobody's trying to hear that.Everyone just jumps on the "BP #7 comment" bandwagon and slams the book and Hudlin calling BET stupid.:confused:
     
  18. Anubis Sup?

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    BET is stupid.
     
  19. Harlekin Business

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    Well, I'll say that Hudlin's book really can't measure up to Priest's run, but it hasn't been as bad people have been saying. I read it before I read Priest's run, so maybe that helps, but it has a certain entertainment value, even though some things are just plain stupid.
     
  20. Anubis Sup?

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    yeah, thats pretty much my opinion on the book. It's not as good as Priest's run, but it's not horrible either. There have been some really bad moments, (Like stright trippin boo) but there was also some good stuff as well. (Like cutting off Sabertooths head, coming up with a plan to kill apocolypse, and pretty much all of Two the Hardway.)
     

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