Spectacular Spider-Man #198: Telepathic Ethics in Superhero Combat

We've wondered about Jean Grey's telepathic ethics. So here's another example of her using her telepathy in a way that is ethically questionable.

Spectacular Spider-Man #197, 198 and the first few pages of #199 are a team-up of Spider-Man and the original X-Men. Some time ago, Professor Aaron Power wanted Charles Xavier to restore his son, Matthew. Things did not go well.

Jean Grey and her telepathic ethics )

Old Man Logan: Part 1



'Old Man Logan' is considered to be a magnum opus of sorts for Wolverine to the point that Hugh Jackman has said he'd like to adapt it someday. It takes place in a dystopian future in which the villains have won and Wolverine has refused to pop his claws.

Warning: This is pretty gory.

Scans under the cut... )

CLASSIC X-MEN #14-15: Telepathic ethics IN SPACE

ALL-NEW X-MEN #40 started a question about telepathic ethics, and whether Jean Grey has them or not. That got me thinking of the first "X-Men and Starjammers vs. the Imperial Guard" story, which was reprinted in CLASSIC X-MEN #14 and 15.

Reading minds without permission. )
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Showcasing the Black Vortex! Transformations!!1!



So in Guardians of the Galaxy #24, a Black Vortex amped and power drunk Gamora tries to convince her and Beast's teammates that the Black Vortex is too valuable to be destroyed by showing them what it can turn them into by submitting to the Black Vortex and becoming cosmic versions of themselves.

Transformations after the cut )

Uncanny X-Men #32

So in the last issue of Uncanny X-Men, Scott shut down his mutant revolution and walked away from it all. Except that his mutant revolution never really did anything. So, what was it all about, then?

As Scott explains to Emma (and later relays the story to Havok), his mutant revolution was
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31 Days of Scans- Favorite Male Character: Superior Spider-Man



I've discussed my thoughts on Superior Spider-Man for a while now and it certainly needs no introduction here, so I'll keep it brief. I really enjoyed Otto's character in this as he lives Peter's life and tries to be a hero in ways that only a supervillain would. For the first time since 2007 I was actually interested in 616 Spider-Man again. Part of me's hoping that he'll resurface again somehow after the events of being time-displaced during 'Spiderverse'.

A few scans from earlier posts as well as some new ones...

Scans under the cut... )

AXIS BOOK ONE #3: Good News For Bad People

AVENGERS X-MEN AXIS BOOK ONE #3 has a dramatic ending. And someone breaks the first rule of the Marvel Universe: Captain America is never wrong.
Also, someone goes through a growth spurt.

Unity vs Tyranny )