History Comicbook / Exiles

13th Feb '17 2:55:34 PM DLMaximum1
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* KudzuPlot: The cause being the premature ending of the New Exiles series.

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* KudzuPlot: The cause being the premature ending of the New Exiles ''New Exiles'' series.
13th Feb '17 2:54:04 PM DLMaximum1
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** In a reality ruled by Skrulls since the eighteen hundreds, Reed Richards is one of the only free superpowered beings, and is able to reverse-engineer Skrull tech in a few days.
** One Reed Richards realised his reality's version of Iron Man was evil, and planned accordingly.

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** In a reality ruled by Skrulls since the eighteen hundreds, 1800s, Reed Richards is one of the only free superpowered beings, and is able to reverse-engineer Skrull tech in a few days.
** One Reed Richards realised realized his reality's version of Iron Man was evil, and planned accordingly.



* BeardOfEvil: The evil Charles Xavier has a beard suiting his behaviour.
* BeachEpisode: In Exiles #100 ''Home is Where the Heart is'', Clarice Ferguson was sitting at a beach inside the Crystal Palace and was having flashback of her past memories, and decades of global wars had been stripping everyone of any decent possibility of pleasure. Then the others kicked in when she relaxed.
* BigBad: First Hyperion, later Proteus. Later an evil Sue Storm is the main enemy.

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* BeardOfEvil: The evil Charles Xavier has a beard suiting his behaviour.
behavior.
* BeachEpisode: In Exiles #100 ''Home #100, "Home is Where the Heart is'', is", Clarice Ferguson was sitting at a beach inside the Crystal Palace and was having flashback of her past memories, and decades of global wars had been stripping everyone of any decent possibility of pleasure. Then the others kicked in when she relaxed.
* BigBad: First Hyperion, later Proteus. Later Later, an evil Sue Storm is the main enemy.



* DemonicPossession: One or Proteus' powers that let him hijack and kill [[spoiler: Mimic]] and others before eventually being trapped in [[spoiler: Morph]].

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* DemonicPossession: One or of Proteus' powers that let lets him hijack and kill [[spoiler: Mimic]] and others before eventually being trapped in [[spoiler: Morph]].



* EnfantTerrible: The Exiles and Weapon X encounter one in their first-and-only team-up, the son of Rachel Summers and Franklin Richards, who has his mother's powers and absolutely neither of his parent's morals. Their mission is to kill him before he becomes a threat. [[spoiler:They don't, and try to TakeAThirdOption, but it doesn't work.]]

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* EnfantTerrible: The Exiles and Weapon X encounter one in their first-and-only team-up, the son of Rachel Summers and Franklin Richards, who has his mother's powers and absolutely neither of his parent's parents' morals. Their mission is to kill him before he becomes a threat. [[spoiler:They don't, and try to TakeAThirdOption, but it doesn't work.]]



* HeterosexualLifePartners: ... technically seeing as how Sunfire is ''not'' heterosexual, but she and Morph were totally platonically in love with each other and nigh inseperable.
* HybridPower: Magnus, an alternate son of Magneto and Rogue, has a distinctive combination of his parents' power: he has the power of magnetism from his father, and a variation of his mother's deadly touch; in this case skin to skin contact will cause the victim to turn to pure metal.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: ... technically HeterosexualLifePartners: Technically seeing as how Sunfire is ''not'' heterosexual, but she and Morph were totally platonically in love with each other and nigh inseperable.
nigh-inseperable.
* HybridPower: Magnus, an alternate son of Magneto and Rogue, has a distinctive combination of his parents' power: he has the power of magnetism from his father, and a variation of his mother's deadly touch; in this case skin to skin case, skin-to-skin contact will cause the victim to turn to pure metal.



* InSpiteOfANail: In the Skrull dominated reality, despite Earth having been ruled since the 1800s, almost all the normal Marvel heroes are still there.

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* InSpiteOfANail: In the Skrull dominated Skrull-dominated reality, despite Earth having been ruled since the 1800s, almost all the normal Marvel heroes are still there.



* NoSell: In issue #4 a version of Nightcrawler tries teleporting multiple times to disable Nocturne, who's more than used to the effects, what with being his daughter.
** in issue #5, Blink tries to teleport the Hulk. It doesn't work.

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* NoSell: In issue #4 #4, a version of Nightcrawler tries teleporting multiple times to disable Nocturne, who's more than used to the effects, what with being his daughter.
** in In issue #5, Blink tries to teleport the Hulk. It doesn't work.



* NukeEm: One version of Iron Man killed his reality's Hulk with a really big gamma bomb. Problem was, Simon Williams was standing next to him, and absorbed some of the energy, and, well...

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* NukeEm: One version of Iron Man killed his reality's Hulk with a really big gamma bomb. Problem was, Simon Williams was standing next to him, and absorbed some of the energy, and, and... well...



* SplitPersonalityMerge: [[spoiler: Morph and Proteus actually come to terms with being in each other's body and mind, respectively in Claremont's New Exiles Annual.]]
* StraightGay: Exiles Beast who was actually in a relationship with his 'verse's Wonder Man. Really it was just taking the HoYay from their 616 counterparts to its logical conclusion.

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* SplitPersonalityMerge: [[spoiler: Morph and Proteus actually come to terms with being in each other's body and mind, respectively in Claremont's New Exiles ''New Exiles'' Annual.]]
* StraightGay: Exiles Beast Beast, who was actually in a relationship with his 'verse's Wonder Man. Really it was just taking the HoYay from their 616 counterparts to its logical conclusion.



* TouchOfDeath: One of Magnus's powers turns anyone he touches into steel.

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* TouchOfDeath: One of Magnus's Magnus' powers turns anyone he touches into steel. metal.



* WrenchWench: Kat Pryde
* WrongGenreSavvy: Issue 1 has a big honking moment of this. The team are told to "find the one who would lead you", which all of them (save Blink) assume means Professor Xavier. They bust him out... and he turns out to be a villain. It's this exact reason Mimic puts Blink in charge.

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* WrenchWench: Kat Cat Pryde
* WrongGenreSavvy: Issue 1 #1 has a big honking moment of this. The team are told to "find the one who would lead you", which all of them (save Blink) assume means Professor Xavier. They bust him out... and he turns out to be a villain. It's this exact reason Mimic puts Blink in charge.
8th Jan '17 11:25:05 AM nombretomado
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* FutureSlang: {{Franchise/Marvel2099}} shows up, ridiculous slang and all.

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* FutureSlang: {{Franchise/Marvel2099}} ComicBook/Marvel2099 shows up, ridiculous slang and all.
22nd Dec '16 6:29:07 PM acg452
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* WolverinePublicity: One notorious storyline took this to the next level with the team replaced by an entire group of Wolverines who are tasked with stopping an evil alternate Wolverine. Yes.

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* WolverinePublicity: One notorious storyline took this to the next level with the team replaced by an entire group of Wolverines who are tasked with stopping an evil alternate Wolverine. Yes. Of course, the whole point was that Wolverine (no matter how many of him there are) isn't a suitable replacement for a well-balanced team. [[SubvertedTrope The Exiles are quickly called back into service.]]
12th Oct '16 7:27:38 AM DocProfessor
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*YouShouldHaveDiedInstead: When Mariko is killed as a result of a Brood-infested Mimic's rampage, Morph calls him out, stating "It should have been you!"
19th Jun '16 11:11:46 PM rwe1138
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* CurbStompBattle: Mimic versus an alternate version of Steve Rodgers in a world ruled by Skrulls. It's a title gladiatorial fight, and it lasts all of five seconds, ending decidedly in Mimic's favor.

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* CurbStompBattle: Mimic versus an alternate version of Steve Rodgers Rogers in a world ruled by Skrulls. It's a title gladiatorial fight, and it lasts all of five seconds, ending decidedly in Mimic's favor.
18th May '16 2:51:41 PM KlawKalash
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: ...technically seeing as how Sunfire is ''not'' heterosexual, but she and Morph were totally platonically in love with each other and nigh inseperable.

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* HeterosexualLifePartners: ... technically seeing as how Sunfire is ''not'' heterosexual, but she and Morph were totally platonically in love with each other and nigh inseperable.
9th May '16 2:15:10 AM Mhazard
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* BeachEpisode: In Exiles #100 ''Home is Where the Heart is'', Clarice Ferguson was sitting at a beach inside the Crystal Palace and was having flashback of her past memories, and decades of global wars had been stripping everyone of any decent possibility of pleasure. Then the others kicked in when she relaxed.
9th Apr '16 1:54:10 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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Unlike many popular comics, this series stays surprisingly true to AnyoneCanDie. Much more often than not, a character's death is irreversible, and some of the partings are [[TearJerker especially moving]]. At least in the earlier parts of the series, whenever a character would die, he'd [[HeyItsThatGuy get a replacement]], one with a similar class of powers (substituting Sasquatch for [[spoiler: Thunderbird]], for instance). This was balanced by the fact that at least some of the characters got happy endings, either in the form of permanent vacation or being able to go back to their home realities and pick up their lives where they left off.

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Unlike many popular comics, this series stays surprisingly true to AnyoneCanDie. Much more often than not, a character's death is irreversible, and some of the partings are [[TearJerker especially moving]]. At least in the earlier parts of the series, whenever a character would die, he'd [[HeyItsThatGuy he'd get a replacement]], replacement, one with a similar class of powers (substituting Sasquatch for [[spoiler: Thunderbird]], for instance). This was balanced by the fact that at least some of the characters got happy endings, either in the form of permanent vacation or being able to go back to their home realities and pick up their lives where they left off.
14th Dec '15 2:11:15 PM Discar
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* ThePresidentsDaughter: One reality's Valeria Richards. Bonus points for being kept in suspended animation in the White House.
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