History ComicBook / DaysOfFuturePast

12th Feb '16 9:02:55 PM Mullon
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* TheReveal: Future Kate does not know who specifically is the assassin who kills Robert Kelly. Turns out it's [[spoiler: Destiny]].

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* TheReveal: Future Kate does not know who specifically is the assassin who kills which Brotherhood member killed Robert Kelly.Kelly, and the story keeps it a secret right up until the attempt. Turns out it's [[spoiler: Destiny]].
20th Nov '15 11:09:09 AM jdgs
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''Days of Future Past'' is a 1981 ''ComicBook/XMen'' storyline (published in ''Uncanny X-Men'' #141 and #142), written after the successful ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga. This time-travel story was the first main story featuring Kitty Pryde.

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''Days of Future Past'' is a 1981 ''ComicBook/XMen'' storyline (published in ''Uncanny X-Men'' #141 and #142), written after the successful ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga. This time-travel story was the first main story featuring Kitty Pryde.ComicBook/KittyPryde.
8th Oct '15 10:44:13 AM Anicomicgeek
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The group held in the concentration camp is composed of aged versions of the X-Men: Katherine Pryde-Rasputin (Sprite, later to be known as Shadowcat), Ororo Monroe (Storm), Peter Rasputin (Colossus), Franklin Richards (the son of the Fantastic Four's Reed and Susan Richards), Rachel (not given a surname here, but later revealed to be the daughter of Cyclops and Jean Grey) and Magneto (now [[LaserGuidedKarma in a wheelchair]]). With the help of Wolverine, still on the loose, they manage to send Katherine Pryde back in time to October 31, 1980, just before a pivotal presidential election, placing her adult mind in the body of her teenaged 1981 version. She tells the others that, on that day, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants would kill the US senator Robert Kelly, along with Charles Xavier and Moira [=MacTaggert=], which will lead to the anti-mutant hysteria.

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The group held in the concentration camp is composed of aged versions of the X-Men: Katherine Pryde-Rasputin (Sprite, later to be known as Shadowcat), Ororo Monroe (Storm), Peter Rasputin (Colossus), Franklin Richards (the son of the Fantastic Four's Reed and Susan Richards), Rachel (not given a surname here, but later revealed to be the daughter of Cyclops and Jean Grey) and Magneto (now [[LaserGuidedKarma in a wheelchair]]).wheelchair). With the help of Wolverine, still on the loose, they manage to send Katherine Pryde back in time to October 31, 1980, just before a pivotal presidential election, placing her adult mind in the body of her teenaged 1981 version. She tells the others that, on that day, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants would kill the US senator Robert Kelly, along with Charles Xavier and Moira [=MacTaggert=], which will lead to the anti-mutant hysteria.
8th Oct '15 10:44:13 AM Anicomicgeek
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15th Sep '15 4:27:26 PM StFan
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'''Days of Future Past''' is a 1981 ComicBook/{{X-Men}} storyline (published in ''Uncanny X-Men'' #141 and #142), written after the successful ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga. This time-travel story was the first main story featuring Kitty Pryde.

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'''Days ''Days of Future Past''' Past'' is a 1981 ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ''ComicBook/XMen'' storyline (published in ''Uncanny X-Men'' #141 and #142), written after the successful ComicBook/TheDarkPhoenixSaga. This time-travel story was the first main story featuring Kitty Pryde.



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11th Mar '15 12:19:22 PM Blazer
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Marvel has teased that they will revisit the story in 2015 under the title "Years of Future Past".

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Marvel has teased that they will revisit the story in 2015 under the title "Years of Future Past".
Past" as part of the ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' storyline.
8th Nov '14 6:00:55 AM Mullon
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* TheReveal: Future Kate does not know who specifically is the assassin who kills Robert Kelly. Turns out it's [[spoiler: Destiny]].



* StormingTheCastle: Averted. The X-Men thought that just three of them would simply get into the secured headquarters of the Sentinels and defeat them all... but it was a trap, and they were all slain.

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* StormingTheCastle: Averted. The X-Men thought that just three of them would simply get into the secured headquarters of the Sentinels and defeat them all... [[spoiler: but it was a trap, and they were are all slain.slain]].
17th Oct '14 6:50:20 PM MagiMecha
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Marvel has teased that they will revisit the story in 2015 under the title "Years of Future Past".
30th Jun '14 9:42:24 AM MrDeath
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The story, written in 1980 and first published in early 1981, was set in 2013. The United States [[OppressiveStatesOfAmerica had become a dystopia]], and people were divided into three groups: normal humans, normal humans with the mutant gene, and mutants. The first ones are free, the second are forbidden to have children, and the third are either killed or held in concentration camps, with collars that turn off their powers. Everything is run by the Sentinels. And Europe has atomic bombs, ready to blast the US as soon as the Sentinels attempt to go outside America. Nice 2013, isn't it? [[SocietyMarchesOn You'd think we'd remember if that's how things actually went down...]]

The group held in the concentration camp was composed of aged versions of the X-Men: Katherine Pryde, Ororo Monroe (Storm), Peter Rasputin (Colossus), Franklin Richards (the son of the Fantastic Four's Reed and Susan Richards), Rachel Summers (daughter of Cyclops and Jean Grey) and Magneto (now [[LaserGuidedKarma in a wheelchair]]). With the help of Wolverine, still on the loose, they managed to send Katherine Pryde back in time, placing her adult mind in the body of her teenaged 1981 version. She told the others that, on that day, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants would kill the US senator Robert Kelly, along with Charles Xavier and Moira [=MacTaggert=], which led to the anti-mutant hysteria.

In the future (that is, the 2013 future), the X-Men escaped from the concentration camp, but had to leave Magneto behind, and Franklin died during the next Sentinel attack. They sneaked into the Sentinel headquarters, the Baxter Building (the former base of the FF), ignoring that the Sentinels allowed them to do so to capture and kill them. Wolverine, Storm and Colossus died. Only Rachel stayed outside, protecting the unconscious Kitty Pryde.

In the present (meaning, the 1980 present), the Brotherhood broke into the Congress, but the X-Men turned up and took them out. Destiny left the fight and attempted to kill Kelly, but Pryde (whose mission all along was to prevent that) followed her and saved him. When she saved him, her adult mind returned to the future, restoring her teenaged identity.

Several years later, Rachel Summers would go back in time as well, and stayed with the X-Men for a while. There were several mentions to the future involving her.

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The story, written in 1980 and first published in early 1981, was set in 2013. The United States [[OppressiveStatesOfAmerica had become is a dystopia]], and people were are divided into three groups: normal humans, normal humans with the potential to pass on the mutant gene, and mutants. The first ones are free, the second are forbidden to have children, and the third are either killed or held in concentration camps, with collars that turn off their powers. Everything is run by the Sentinels. And Europe has atomic bombs, ready to blast the US as soon as the Sentinels attempt to go outside America. Nice 2013, isn't it? [[SocietyMarchesOn You'd think we'd remember if that's how things actually went down...]]

America.

The group held in the concentration camp was is composed of aged versions of the X-Men: Katherine Pryde, Pryde-Rasputin (Sprite, later to be known as Shadowcat), Ororo Monroe (Storm), Peter Rasputin (Colossus), Franklin Richards (the son of the Fantastic Four's Reed and Susan Richards), Rachel Summers (daughter (not given a surname here, but later revealed to be the daughter of Cyclops and Jean Grey) and Magneto (now [[LaserGuidedKarma in a wheelchair]]). With the help of Wolverine, still on the loose, they managed manage to send Katherine Pryde back in time, time to October 31, 1980, just before a pivotal presidential election, placing her adult mind in the body of her teenaged 1981 version. She told tells the others that, on that day, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants would kill the US senator Robert Kelly, along with Charles Xavier and Moira [=MacTaggert=], which led will lead to the anti-mutant hysteria.

In the future (that is, the 2013 future), MeanwhileInTheFuture, the X-Men escaped escape from the concentration camp, but had to leave Magneto behind, and behind to cover their escape. Franklin died dies during the next Sentinel attack. They sneaked Ororo, Peter, and Logan sneak into the Sentinel headquarters, the Baxter Building (the former base of the FF), ignoring realizing too late that the Sentinels allowed them to do so to capture and kill them. Wolverine, Storm and Colossus died. Only die, while Rachel stayed remains outside, protecting the unconscious Kitty Katherine Pryde.

In the present (meaning, the 1980 present), present, the Brotherhood broke breaks into the Congress, Congress during a hearing on the "Mutant problem," but the X-Men turned turn up and took them out. Destiny fight it out, eventually defeating most of the Brotherhood, while Mystique escapes. Destiny, who left the fight and attempted earlier, attempts to kill Kelly, but only for Pryde (whose mission all along was to prevent that) followed her and saved him. When save him at the last moment. Moments after she saved saves him, her adult mind returned returns to the future, restoring her teenaged identity.

Several years later, Rachel Summers would go back in time as well, and stayed with the X-Men for a while. There were several mentions to the future involving her.
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20th Jun '14 6:10:25 PM GrigorII
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* EmbarrassingNickname: Katherine Pryde (in the body of her teenager self, but with her adult mind from the future) does not like at all to be called "Kitty" again. She's "Kate"!
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