If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Any of you who've seen X-MEN: FIRST CLASS already are probably still taking aspirin over the way they beat us over the head with that slogan.
Okay! Okay, we get it. The League of Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen is all about civil rights here and to show it we're devoting this week's episode to the X-Men and all mutants, great and small!
I'd hate to have to hire somebody to pick through your mind and rip them out.
Hey League. What do you think the biggest issue in the world would be if everybody had mutant powers? Personally, I'd be terrified of the one guy who gets power-hungry and kills everyone.
I was wondering which of the mutant powers portrayed in fiction are the most realistic... so to speak, have the highest chance of appearing in our near future due to some scientific discovery or some other trigger
I have two questions pick one for time or do both up to you. (most likely neither, so spill fans weigh in)
Question#1 Anyways, does the hatin on mutants storyline still apply to modern standards? It feels tired storyline for to me, when I apply my experience in our modern times. It would stand to reason in the X-Men universe, the military would recruit and train these mutants (as their powers grant greater combat power and survivability, making them excellent soldiers). Their actions in the various conflicts America likes to get itself into would soften such racism, as it did for Blacks and Asians.
Or is this a storyline that needs to be continue to educate young comic readers about the evils of racism? Your thoughts on this please.
Question #2 In X-Men first class Prof. X states that a Superior (mutant) being will kill the lesser being, which this concept may hold true in Nature in predatory animals, However human being a social animal this seem an unlikely scenario. Modern society as whole has rejected the concept euthanasia of those deem weaker (genetic diseases,mentally disturbed, andetc. ) due to our knowledge of the horrors committed during WWII, making such acceptance of this ideology, evil beyond redemption. In fact our society puts much effort to help those afflicted with genetic diseases to ensure that they live normal human lives. Mutants are indeed are just basically human (i.e. they think and feel emotions) with supernatural abilities. Do you agree with the statement of Prof. X when applied to humans and if not why?
Dear LEOG. Which x-men mutant powers you think they should expand more. Example Jubilee. Her powers is to produce fireworks. But doesn't that mean she can produce heat, gunpowder and other elements that use to make fireworks and maybe manipulate them.
Thank you and Long Live The League
What mutant power would you not want to have?Something that would make your life crappier.
When Professor Charles Xavier, the most powerful mind in the world, can only come up with a single pick-up line, then you know there's a problem mutant g-a-m-e. So, what are some of your best mutant pick-up lines?
Dear Leog if you were to come up with a new X-men group who would be in it if it were only limited to five mutants? May the Force be with you and long live the league!
In the game series called Resident Evil, which Mutants are more dangerous?
Just wanted to know what the LEOG members think about one Nathan Grey aka X-man. Reason being he is going to play some sort of role in up coming X-men story arc. Personally i love him in his Age of Apocalypse persona but what does the league think? I know not every member will know who he is so this question may go unnoticed but I'm hoping it will not.
Of all the telepathic he is my favorite one!!! Long live the Age of Apocalypse!!!!