Cyclops’ optic blasts are not lasers -they only have concussive force- and they don’t generate any heat.
Sometimes writers don’t know about that, forget, or joke about it (we made the same mistake on a fact a while ago).
Source (and Uncanny X-Men #391/#502)
How Hook got to Emma, Cas hitched him a ride.
Dean is 100% sure that Hook must get lots of women thanks to the hook, and angsty back story.
HIMYM AU: Barney finds out that Robin works for S.H.I.E.L.D as Agent Hill (Part 1)
They’re mixing two different universes together and yet it still makes waaay more sense than the finale.
Brian Michael Bendis (Bleeding Cool Interview)
Even though I really dig Bendis’ stuff, and his work on the X-Men has been solid, this gets to a fundamental point about the books that maybe Bendis doesn’t understand.
The X-Men is primarily a comic about relationships. And about a family. And it has been since 1975. The fact that Bendis doesn’t get that is concerning. It doesn’t mean he won’t have great moments while he’s writing it. It just means that his focus — the big ideas like bringing back the original X-Men, Cyclops the quasi-terrorist, the Trial of Jean Grey — aren’t what bring readers back the X-Men decade after decade.
The X-Men are a family, and to a lot of readers they’re our family. So of course who’s kissing who is naturally a pretty big fucking deal. The sooner Bendis accepts that, and stops trivializing it, the better.(via the2000yearoldman)
if you watch game of thrones, a show full of murderers, rapists, people who flay others alive, stab pregnant women in the stomach, murderer people at weddings, kill family members, zombies, a guy who bashes babies skulls on walls and rapes their mother etc etc