I was also a fan of the "Fata Attractions" story. That's story where Magneto pulls out Wolverine's adamantium.
Yes, and Magneto also crippled Cable and got his mind wiped by Xavier, setting up the "Onslaught" story a couple years later. It was all part of X-Men's 30th anniversary event (Fatal Attractions launched in 1993, 30 years after X-Men #1 debuted in September 1963).
I have a friend who got the game Marvel Universe or something like that on xbox360. I was ashamed I didn't know anything about half of the characters he unlocked in the game. Thankfully he told me the backstory on each one and I can see how the comic book world can be so addicting. It's like "Lost", everyone is tied together somehow.
I love the Comic movies but there have been some bad ones:
Other than those, I enjoy basicly all of them (some more than others)
I don't remember who wrote it, but I don't get what he is saying that the movies do just throw characters in there without giving them the proper back-story. The best example is Sabretooth. The background with him and wolverine was totally left out.
With that said, I do accept that this has to happen because there is just no way to have an X-Man movie and give every character the proper back story and depth. There are some characters that I want to have their actual powers (like Rogue, I know she gets them from another character, but still her powers are lame until she gets super strength and flight). I thought the addition of Beast was very good. I was very disappointed with Angel though, he never even fought! I hope they did that so they can turn him into Arch-Angel in the next movie!!!! That would be awesome.
I am excited about Gambit because he was my favorite character and has gotten no love yet! I just hope they don't mess him up!
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