Category: jean grey

ndscottsummers:X-Factor v1 #39 I’m ignor…

ndscottsummers:

X-Factor v1 #39

I’m ignoring context in favor of my new headcanon that Scott prudishly dressed X-Factor in full spandex with masks while the X-Men under Storm enjoyed the freedom of pantsless Wednesdays.

davineclaire:

davineclaire:

X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX (2019) dir. Simon Kinberg

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Sophie Turner as Jean Grey/Phoenix Force in Dark Phoenix

Only during the direst of circumstances, 4 of …

Only during the direst of circumstances, 4 of the 5 original members of the X-Men are finally reunited to face the demon invasion that is about to consume New York City. A shimmer of hope and light in an otherwise hopeless situation, marred only by the fact that the fifth member of the team, Angel, has been so far corrupted and mutilated by Apocalypse that he is worlds away from his teammates, both in distance and spirit.

OhmygodohmygodI’mnotcryingbutlooktheyarealltogetherandheylistenithinkIcanhearthethememusicfromtheoldX-MenTVshowplaying. (X-Factor #36 – Jan 1989)

arcadequartermaster: scotty-summers: fuckscot…

arcadequartermaster:

scotty-summers:

fuckscottsummers:

I find it hard to believe that he didnt have access to a picture of Jean alone tbh

NOK NOK

Even Children of the Atom referenced this episode.

Scott and Jean arrive in downtown Manhattan ju…

Scott and Jean arrive in downtown Manhattan just in time to see the demon invasion from Limbo tear wide open into the city streets. You know how toxicity and nastiness just seems to follow some couples around all over the place? It checks out. (X-Factor #36 – Jan 1989)

Jean and Scott finally join the party in demon…

Jean and Scott finally join the party in demon possessed Manhattan after jet setting to the midwest for a hot second to look for Scott’s lost kid. And we see here that not only are Jean’s telepathic abilities beginning to return to her, also returning to Jean’s mutant repertoire is her mutant ability to be a STONE COLD BITCH about Scott getting married to another woman while she was dead. “You MARRIED that woman. Why did you have to marry her???” Jesus Jean!! You were dead!! What do you expect him to do, keep your torch burning for the rest of his life??? Scott has enough god damned sexual repressions to deal with without having to feel guilty about cheating on his DEAD wife. And he didn’t even know she was going to turn into a god damned goblin lady!! Nobody expects their wife to turn into a goblin lady (although honestly I’ve seen it happen). Sheesh. For the first time in the history of this blog I’m on Scott’s side in an argument about his love life. (X-Factor #36 – Jan 1989)

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sharingsharoncarter:

Jean, for the millionth time: Take off your glasses, let me see your face. It’s okay, Scott.

Me, acting like I’ve never seen this before:

And this time he had a good reason to hesitate: it wasn’t because he was afraid to hurt her,but because he didn’t want her to see that he lost his eye

Omggggg poor Scott.

After years of buildup, many prologue issues, …

After years of buildup, many prologue issues, and crossover chapters priming the pot, we’re finally getting into Inferno proper and the mutant shit is really about to start to hitting the mutant fan. The original X-Men reunite in Manhattan in time to confront all of the carnivorous skyscrapers, possessed fire escapes, and demon hordes of the Inferno invasion, and at the same time the possibility of the old and the new X-Men teams meeting up during the melee is becoming more and more likely. Sparks are going to fly!!! (X-Factor #36 – Jan 1989)