Date: 2006-10-19 05:13 am (UTC)
Agreed. Comics these days really are getting back to that very black and white view of the world, which I find boring. Marvel has taken pains to get rid of all the changes made by Morrison, and I think that the X-men comics are definitely suffering because of that.

I have managed to avoid Civil War for the most part. Everyone manages to come off as an asshole, and it's just beyond me why Marvel is doing this to their characters.

Emma is great. She remains one of the few reasons I read the X-men comics these days. She's also the only thing left over from the Morrison run, and I kind of see her as the center of moral ambiguity in the X-men books. She gives them other ways of seeing things, and I enjoy the conflict that comes from her presence. I would be really disappointed if Emma is taken out permanently following the Whedon run, and I think that the comics will suffer from her loss.
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