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Hey, all. "Moriarty" here. This is it, folks opening day for what is easily one of the most anticipated films in the geek community well ever! I'll be. I really liked Shatterstar and Longshot's looks! It was interesting how Rictor didn't like Shatterstar in that timeline. I would have loved to meet Police Chief Parker!. If your an avid X-Men reader like I am, then one of the most mysterious plot-lines never developed or furthered since its inception is the relationship between.Dazzler & Longshot: Love Story
Then Arize, a Creator, mentions how he created everyone around them, except for Shatterstar who plummeted from the skies years earlier. Anyway, Shatterstar knew they would be there for this moment. After baby Shatterstar is born, adult Shatterstar says they need to complete the time loop.
Shatterstar needs to be raised in the future so he can time travel to the past, so that he can be cloned to create Longshot, his dad, so he can fall in love with Dazzler and they can have a child: Comic books have also made the effort for gender and sexual equality in their stories, delivering characters of all religions, color, creed, and sexual orientation.
One hero that helped pave the way for it all was Shatterstar. Though there were hints that Shatterstar might have feelings for his same-sex associate Rictor, these moments were played off. Shatterstar is later seen in Madripoorearning his money by fighting in arenas. He was sought out by Spiral, who had one of her agents make Shatterstar believe she wanted to kill him.
With a fake quest, Spiral lured Shatterstar to an alternate universe she had conquered and ruled.
On that Earth, Spiral had also killed most of that world's heroes and mutants. That Earth's Shatterstar had been killed as well.
He was found by that Earth's rebel forces, including Cable and some other members he knew from X-Force. Together, they eventually defeated Spiral. Upon returning to the mainstream Earth, Shatterstar was contacted by Cable and requested to temporarily join him on a mission to defeat the Skornn. After those monks were killed by Skornn's worshipers, Shatterstar was reunited with his old team and they eventually killed the Skornn. Upon recognizing Rictor, he kisses him passionately.
As Cortex attempts to gain control over Longshot, he is startled that Longshot, like Shatterstar, is extradimensional limiting his degree of control and that the two men are somehow related.
Rictor, more fully committed to maintaining theirs as a monogamous relationship, feels hurt by Shatterstar's need for sexual exploration. Things are complicated further when Rahne Sinclair walks in on them during an intimate moment, which leads to a brief fight between Shatterstar and Rahne.
On mission, he encounters the child's real father, Hrimhariwhich he is able to report back to Rictor. Rictor and the audience learn that Shatterstar is the only Mojoworld rebel who was not created by Arize the Creator, as he mysteriously appeared from the sky one day.
Arize then used Shatterstar's genetic material to create Longshot, making Shatterstar Longshot's father genetically. Mojo later attacks Arize's sanctuary, leading Shatterstar to time-teleport him and Rictor. They arrive later in Mojoworld's history, at a time when Dazzler and Longshot are married and fighting a war against Mojo. Dazzler goes into labor, and gives birth to a young Shatterstar, who Shatterstar explains to Rictor he will deliver to the future of Mojoworld to be raised by the people that raised him, but not before he erases Dazzler and Longshot's memories of their having a child.
He is part of the New Tian residents, along with Rictor and many other mutants. Shatterstar's strength allows him to wield a heavy barbell as easy as a bo-staff and slam the Thing of the Fantastic Four through a window of the Baxter Building.
His bones are hollow, making him far lighter than he looks and further increasing his athletic and acrobatic skills. He also has enhanced learning capabilities, being able to quickly learn and master languages and technology. I liked what Pip had to say too until he told Monet to zip up her suit. I love that Longshot's just like, "So how is it different not having a soul? I don't care much for Havok.
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The other alternate realities were interesting, but not as cool as the first one Jamie went to. Steve and Tony always end up disagreeing over something. Magic Madrox was interesting. The dupes having different powers was interesting.
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Still not sure how I feel about Jamie and Layla as a couple. You would think that with a story called "They Keep Killing Madrox" you would get to focus on the rest of the team, but it's quite the opposite.
Basically Madrox died and is stuck in alternate realities, and everytime he dies he jumps from one reality to the next. Bunch of stuff happens that I wont spoil for you. So that's Ma Well, let's see, it wasnt a bad read at all, it was enjoyable but let's face it, it's the problem with all "alternate realities" stories, pretty much nothing really happens.