Logan: 15 Things About X Only Comic Fans Would Know
X (designated as X, also known as Laura) is a mutant, artificially created by Alkali-Transigen to use as a soldier. She is also the biological daughter of. Laura made notice of Logan and Jubilee's father-daughter relationship, and . X- 23 and Gambit discovered that Colcord had been developing the trigger scent. Are they in a relationship O_o or simply doing the Wolvie/Kitty Pryde, Thus as an X fan I get to be more endeared with her, and as a Gambit fan I get to like.
Are we ever going to learn more about how and when Alchemax got hold of Laura's genetic material? Because it really leaves me wondering just how old are the Sisters?
Gabby is described as "thirteen" in the Annual, however if she aged in "real time" she would have been conceived before Laura even had her healing factor activated Bellona, Zelda, and 3PAR, not to mention the other six unnamed girls, would have been even older That would mean Alchemax had to steal the Facility's research almost from the very beginning of the project, which doesn't make a lot of sense considering most of Sarah Kinney's work was done off-book and on her own.
Would this mean the girls are more conventional comic book clones, and rapid-aged to a certain point? Yes, they were rapid-aged at one stage, with Gabby being the last attempt. Next up is another in-depth question, this time from Nazrel about one of the more debated facets of Wolverine's story in recent years.
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I'm sure it comes as no surprise that many view Laura and Angel's relationship as profoundly disingenuous; a vacuous hollow rote teen hook up, in no way informed by the characters, in no way addressing the wealth of personal issues she'd have entering into her first official relationship, or the fact he's a transitory space-time anomaly.
No meaningful connection between these characters has on any level been forged. Do you intend on re-framing this into something narratively functional for the character, ending it, or just continuing along as it is?
We'll close out this week with two questions from Anduinel, the first focusing on "IvX. She will be isolated from it in her solo. Quarantine is like that. And here's one last one from Anduinel about another book you work on. Until last month, it hadn't pinged that you're the Tom Taylor who's been writing the Nektons' adventures in "The Deep.
Haven't gotten to see the cartoon yet, though. Are there more comics in the works? That series make me very, very happy. The comics are actually coming out in the US for the first time this week as a six-issue miniseries through Boom! Hope you pick them up. It turns out working on 39 episodes of animated TV is time-consuming. That said, James Brouwer and I are working on a prequel comic series set in the s.
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Special thanks to Tom Taylor for taking on this week's questions! Have a question for Cullen? Go ahead and send 'em in via e-mail with the subject line "X-Position". Why not make this weapon female? Kinney's bosses were not onboard, so she was forced to covertly continue the project. As punishment for her insolence, Kinney was forced to be the child's surrogate. After the 22 unsuccessful attempts that preceded her, Laura, aka, X was finally born.
Doctor Sarah Kinney was the only mother she ever knew.
Laura Kinney (Earth-616)
Although Kinney attempted to remain detached from the child she would come to call Laura — she was meant to be nothing more than a weapon after all — Kinney loved her like a daughter. She was the one that wound up helping the girl escape.
X does not have an entire skeleton coated in adamantium. The only parts of her bonded to the near-indestructible metal alloy are her claws. Following that, he reinserted them into her hands and feet. She eventually killed him, before thankfully escaping from the facility. Rice gave to X He also created something known as a trigger scent.
Basically, Laura catches a whiff of this stuff and she goes straight berserker.
When Laura was making her getaway, she killed her tormentor. However, Rice got the last laugh.
He exposed Sarah Kinney to the trigger scent before Laura got to him. X flew into an unstoppable rage, killing Sarah and completely powerless to stop herself from doing so. Sarah protected Laura with her dying breath, making sure that the girl knew that she was more than a weapon; that her name was not X, but Laura. The last thing Sarah did was show her pictures of the Xavier institute, Professor X, and Wolverine in order to help Laura on her way.
Sure, she escaped from the monsters who created her, but her path to freedom was fraught with anguish. Innocence Lost would later reveal that this was after unintentionally murdering the closest thing to a mother that she had. During that time, Laura used self-mutilation to help her get through stressful situations. Laura was raised as a machine who had no idea how to become a person.