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Wiseguy 5/27/2013 9:54:27 AM

 

Nope not IMO. FF yes, they've always counteracted with the rest of the MCU

The X-Men always do their own thing til the last maybe 8 years or about House of M and after. And even then it hasn't been til now with the mixing of teams with mutants and regulars
 

Even most of the X events don't involve non-mutants

A big crossover event is not what I'd cite because as cool as they can be they're events and not the norm. Heck if that's the case maybe DC and Marvel belong together, they've had probably as many crossovers
 

axia777 5/27/2013 9:56:51 AM

Well I guess we can agree to disagree.  The X-Men are part of the MCU.  They are one of the pillars of it.  Sperating them from the MCU is bullshit.

Wiseguy 5/27/2013 10:11:17 AM

I agree X-Men are on of the pillars of the MCU

I always looked at it as X-Men, Avengers, FF and the rest made up mostly of the MK the street level/darker/magical side.

Avengers being the center where any and all can run into each other.

Of all these I always felt the X-men were the most distant ones from the rest. Maybe the Avengers having so many with their own solo books while for the longest time the mutants stayed in Uncanny all by themselves.

They have never felt that integrated to me.

 

Higgy 5/27/2013 10:45:23 AM

The X-Men, for the most part, do seem to be more on their own, but no more then say, Spiderman.  Spiderman didn't crossover much either.  And I think Wise means that fact that, maybe every 2 years they would do some kind of crossover.  Or have someone from some other comic come into the X-Men comic.  So I do see what Wise means.  Even if Disney/Marvel got the X-Men back, they wouldn't be crossing them over with the Avengers much, if at all.

But on Axia's part of the discussion, they have crossed over, however rare it was.  For example, The Avengers found Jean Grey after the Phoenix saga and Reed Richards cracked her out of the shell.  Franklin Richards and Rachel Summers in a different timeline were lovers or something (trying to remember 20 years ago), so there were the crossovers between FF4 and X-Men with the mutant hunters from the future.

Either way I hate Fox and they should crash and burn.  I don't mind someone else producing the films, but I want Marvel to have more of a say over it, and be able to cross over if they DO want to and say Mutant in whatever damn movies they want.  Fox has way too much control over these rights.  Too bad Marvel signed away too much.  They should have had some kind of clause in their contract, or an end date.

axia777 5/27/2013 10:46:55 AM

All I want is for Wolverine and Spiderman to be in Avengers 3.  Because it would be awesome.

ElBaz13 5/27/2013 11:06:26 AM

Agree with Wise.

I've been following X-men for more than 30 years and X-men were always the "other" heroes in the Marvel U.

Not counting the major crossovers you point out Axia, it was rare to see X-men characters appear in the other Marvel books. It was more common to have Spidey help the FF, or the FF help the Avengers. The X-men were even the outcasts of the superhero community.

Avengers were Earth's mightiest but how many mutants made the roster in it's 50 year history? FF went through roster changes as well and never once was a mutant.

Even the classic Secret Wars alluded the fact the X-men were outcasts as the heroes didn't want them around because Magneto was amoing their group.

As I said, the X-men don't really have to be part of the MCU continuity/ but I would love Marvel to have it back and rewrite this Singer mess we got.

 

ElBaz13 5/27/2013 11:07:39 AM

I would rather see Spidey and FF in the MCU. Works better.

Thing vs Hulk. Torch and Spidey team up. Skrulls. Galactus. Surfer. Defenders.

 

redvector 5/27/2013 11:20:09 AM

I always thought the X-Men deal was rediculious. What about mutants who made their first appearance in Avengers and had nothing to do with any X-title? You can't call them mutants either? I think if they wanted Disney/Marvel could at least have the deal modified in regards to the term mutants.

axia777 5/27/2013 11:46:44 AM

Thing VS Hulk live action would sad to watch.  For the Thing that is.  LOL  BOOM.  Bye Bye Ben.  OUCH.

swisshammer 5/27/2013 11:57:14 AM

I have plenty of books where Wolverine interacts with other "non-mutant" characters in the MCU. I wouldn't say it's all that rare, guys.

However, I would say that I always thought of the X-men as their own seperate entity. And I would especially agree that the X-Men, FF, and Spider-man should all be a part of the Marvel-owned movie business.

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