Analyzing the data of House of X/Powers of X (The looooong version)

Well, this is one thing exciting enough to get me to post on here again. Jonathan Hickman’s revolutionary new X-Men relaunch has been divisive over the last few months, to say the least. Some people are angry about their favorite characters undergoing such drastic changes and acting so strangely, some are so 4D hyper-woke that they think that the cult-like and occasionally objectively and shockingly immoral actions taken by this new iteration of the X-Men are just a byproduct of an oppressed people embracing their culture, and some people are just plain confused by it all.

Others though, have been paying attention to the details and seeing what’s really going on behind the curtain here, which is only the beginning of a masterfully crafted time/space/dimension-spanning epic that stands to have disastrous consequences for not just the entire mutant race, but possibly the entire Marvel existence.

In this second of two posts, I’ll be analyzing the hints throughout the ENTIRE series of House of X/Powers of X. It is a very lengthy post that covers everything remotely informative and/or suspicious in detail.

If you’d rather just read a shorter explanation of what’s really going on Krakoa and what the future might bring for the X-Men check out the other article: What’s really going on in this new era of X-Men and what may come next

So let’s take a look at the fascinating trail of facts that leads to the real answers that so many people seem to be missing.

Major spoilers ahead for all of House of X and Powers of X obviously. I’m also going to be assuming that anyone reading this has read the whole thing already and so I’ll be jumping back and forth across the timeline (which I can’t really help given all the connections that are hinted at earlier on, but not expanded on until much later).

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What’s really going on in this new era of X-Men and what may come next

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Well, this is one thing exciting enough to get me to post on here again. Jonathan Hickman’s revolutionary new X-Men relaunch has been divisive over the last few months, to say the least. Some people are angry about their favorite characters undergoing such drastic changes and acting so strangely, some are so 4D hyper-woke that they think that the cult-like and occasionally objectively and shockingly immoral actions taken by this new iteration of the X-Men are just a byproduct of an oppressed people embracing their culture, and some people are just plain confused by it all.

Others though, have been paying attention to the details and seeing what’s really going on behind the curtain here, which is only the beginning of a masterfully crafted time/space/dimension-spanning epic that stands to have disastrous consequences for not just the entire mutant race, but possibly the entire Marvel existence.

In this first of two posts, I’ll just be briefly talking about really going on Krakoa and what the future might bring for the X-Men. 

If you’d rather read me analyzing the hints throughout the ENTIRE series of House of X/Powers of X in a very lengthy post that covers everything remotely informative and/or suspicious in detail, then check out the other article: Analyzing the data of House of X/Powers of X (The looooong version)

Major spoilers ahead for all of House of X and Powers of X obviously. I’m also going to be assuming that anyone reading this has read the whole thing already and so I’ll be jumping back and forth across the timeline (which I can’t really help given all the connections that are hinted at earlier on, but not expanded on until much later).

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Now Reading: Fantastic Four (1981-2015)

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In other words, I just finished reading an assload of Fantastic Four. Not quite literally every Fantastic Four comics from 1981-2015, but all the ones worth reading in that period at least. I mean it’s not like I went back and read the DeFalco run or anything crazy like that (fist bump to the 2 people that get that)! In fact, I’m just going to gloss over all the less than impressive areas that I did read and just talk about the very best runs, starting with…

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