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    November 15, 2012 2:35 pm Actually, I think that's Kim Possible.
    November 13, 2012 11:43 pm If Marvel follows the alternate timeline theory of time travel then the All-New X-Men of this book really are all-new. Meaning the Cyclops, Beast, Angel, Ice Man, and Jean Grey of this title come from an alternate timeline and are not the ones featured in X-Men 1-66. Thus, I have to ask -- who cares what they think of seeing the present-day X-Men. If these All-New X-Men come from an alternate timeline then they aren't actually the characters we are familiar with and for all intents and purposes are new characters that just happened to be named Scott Summers, Warren Worthington III, Bobby Drake, Henry McCoy, and Jean Grey. I'm not really sure I understand the point of this series.
    November 13, 2012 5:01 pm I am asking this as a non-X-Men fan but has Cyclops, Beast, Angel, and Ice Man always been aware of what would happen to their future selves in past comics? If not then isn’t this a time paradox? Let’s look at this with a Present-Cyclops and a Past-Cyclops. If the present-Cyclops has been existing in the present day then that would mean past-Cyclops, the one who has traveled in time, will have to return to the past in order for him to become present-Cyclops. This past the past-Cyclops will have to travel back to is the past that X-Men fans have read in the various comics over the years. So, keeping this in mind, Cyclops, Beast, Angel, and Ice Man would have to know about everything that has happened to them since their time travel adventure, meaning the Cyclops in Giant-Size X-Men #1 would already know about the events of AvX. Nothing should be a surprise for them.
    November 6, 2012 12:58 pm Unfortunately, we'll never know what did Hardy do to piss off Superman so much because issue #2 of Laurel and Hardy was never released!