Anonymous asked: Do you think I'm still able to buy all the x men comics? Since they were released years ago? (And by all I mean ALL, the x men, the ucanny x men, all comics about xmen)
Theoretically can you? Yes. But you will have to spend a lot of time and money to do it - particularly the later. If you don’t have much of a collection, I’d suggest start by buying lots on eBay and the like, therefore getting many of the more common issues for much less than you would pay if you bought them piecemeal. When it comes down to it, the big problem is the “big issues,” that aren’t super rare (unlike, say, Action Comics #1) but are still uncommon and have the introduction of a new character or major plot twist. Uncanny X-Men #1 will be the hardest to come by, and will probably run you a grand. For many of those issues, you can purchase reprints. I’d suggest you check out MyComicShop for more on pricing.
Anonymous asked: Could you please tell the story about when Rogue and Gambit got married and had children in an alternative universe or something like that?
The only AU where we know Gambit and Rogue end up happily married is “The End,” and even that has an ultimately tragic ending. The series was supposed to be a jump in time from 616, so we’re led to believe that their relationship developed just as we know it did up to 2004, but after which Rogue learned to control her powers and she and Gambit settled down.
They’re still working as heroes and they’re as awesome as ever. They have two children, Oliver and Rebecca, who Mystique ends up raising once Rogue and Gambit (and almost every other X-Man) dies.
She’s not even slightly defined by the man she’s with. To take Magneto as the current example, he tempers himself to her rather than the other way around. He respects her instincts and opinions and, although he still speaks as bluntly as ever, reins himself in around her in ways that he wouldn’t dream of doing for anyone else.
Mike Carey, on Rogue (via thenamesrogue)