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* MisaimedFandom: This seems to be the opinion of both Lemire and Soule regarding those that feel [[MemeticMutation Cyclops and Emma were right]], and make it well known by having Cyclops be compared to Hitler post-mortem and Emma go [[FaceHeelTurn full crazy genocidal]] after the conflict is pretty much resolved, in order to support their narrative, pretty much in response to the InternetBackdraft over ComicBook/DeathOfX.

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* MisaimedFandom: This seems to be the opinion of both Lemire and Soule regarding those that feel [[MemeticMutation Cyclops and Emma were right]], and make it well known by having Cyclops be compared to Hitler post-mortem and Emma go [[FaceHeelTurn full crazy genocidal]] after the conflict is pretty much resolved, in order to support their narrative, pretty much in response to the InternetBackdraft backlash over ComicBook/DeathOfX.


* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Issue #1 climaxes with a montage of Emma, Dazzler, Magneto and Jean tearing their way through all the Inhumans major players while Fantomex, badass assassin, gets tasked with giving Lockjaw some medicine to make him sleepy.
--> '''Fantomex''': Everything I do for these people...Everything I ''can'' do for these people and it's "Oh Fantomex, you go after the dog."


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* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: Issue #1 climaxes with a montage of Emma, Dazzler, Magneto and Jean tearing their way through all the Inhumans major players while Fantomex, badass assassin, gets tasked with giving Lockjaw some medicine to make him sleepy.
--> '''Fantomex''': Everything I do for these people...Everything I ''can'' do for these people and it's "Oh Fantomex, you go after the dog."


* AssPull: The very attempt of making this a balanced conflicted feels incredibly forced, as the Inhumans ''did'' know that the Terrigen was fatal to the mutants. Beast had been working with them on a solution for months. That they act this surprised now makes no sense.

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* AssPull: The very attempt of making this a balanced conflicted feels incredibly forced, as the Inhumans ''did'' know that the Terrigen was fatal to the mutants. Beast had been working with them on a solution for months. That they act this surprised now makes no sense. It's even worse when one remembers that previous books established Terrigen was toxic to mutants ''long before the Terrigen Bomb plot was ever introduced''.[[note]]Quicksilver attempted to use Terrigent to repower mutants after M-Day, with fatal results. Medusa chastised him ''because the Royal Family already knew it would kill them''.[[/note]]


** After Ms. Marvel and the others Nuhumans others learned that the X-Men were fighting to prevent the extinction of their species and STILL wonder who the good guys were, many people drew comparisons with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn1VxaMEjRU this scene]].

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** After Ms. Marvel and the others other Nuhumans others learned that the X-Men were fighting to prevent the extinction of their species and STILL wonder who the good guys were, many people drew comparisons with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn1VxaMEjRU this scene]].



** Except this ignores that the inhumans have been well aware of terrigen's effect on non-inhumans, at the least since post House of M. Any ignorance to the public threat of terrigen is a retcon. Not to mention the actually dubious acts of inhumans, such as setting flase flag operations to garner public sympathy using well known militant mutants. Also, Black Bolt lost his marriage and throne but seems none worse for wear running a night club with no further punishments. They may not be ''actively'' malicious but at the least the inhumans are being actively ''irresponsible'' with regard to how their actions impact non-Inhumans, which isn't really out of character for them.

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** Except this ignores that the inhumans have been well aware of terrigen's effect on non-inhumans, at the least since post House of M. Any ignorance to the public threat of terrigen is a retcon. Not to mention the actually dubious acts of inhumans, such as setting flase false flag operations to garner public sympathy using well known militant mutants. Also, Black Bolt lost his marriage and throne but seems none worse for wear running a night club with no further punishments. They may not be ''actively'' malicious but at the least the inhumans are being actively ''irresponsible'' with regard to how their actions impact non-Inhumans, which isn't really out of character for them.


* BaseBreakingCharacter: [[spoiler:Emma Frost post-FaceHeelTurn. Many believe that this is just the culmination of a a long line of bad stories for Emma and destroying a perfectly awesome character. However, others believe that Emma was never as reformed as Emma fans have made her out to be and her becoming evil again is something many fans feel that she's always been heading back to.]]

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: [[spoiler:Emma Frost post-FaceHeelTurn. Many believe that this is just the culmination of a a long line of bad stories for Emma and destroying a perfectly awesome character. However, others believe that Emma was never as reformed as Emma fans have made her out to be and her becoming evil again is something many fans feel that she's always been heading back to.]]

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** Except this ignores that the inhumans have been well aware of terrigen's effect on non-inhumans, at the least since post House of M. Any ignorance to the public threat of terrigen is a retcon. Not to mention the actually dubious acts of inhumans, such as setting flase flag operations to garner public sympathy using well known militant mutants. Also, Black Bolt lost his marriage and throne but seems none worse for wear running a night club with no further punishments. They may not be ''actively'' malicious but at the least the inhumans are being actively ''irresponsible'' with regard to how their actions impact non-Inhumans, which isn't really out of character for them.


* FanonDiscontinuity: How a bunch of people felt about Emma's FaceHeelTurn following these events. That the one other instance of Emma wearing the infamous outfit seen at the end of the even was a never released cover for ComicBook/SecretEmpire and that Emma is wearing her white motiff outfits post-Secret Empire makes people feel it even falls under CanonDiscontinuity.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: How a bunch of people felt about Emma's FaceHeelTurn following these events. That the one other instance of Emma wearing the infamous outfit seen at the end of the even event was a never released never-released cover for ComicBook/SecretEmpire and that Emma is wearing her white motiff motif outfits post-Secret Empire makes people feel it even falls under CanonDiscontinuity.


** Marvel promoting the [=ResurreXion=] mini-event before the event even started. [=ResurreXion=] will see the X-Men getting a total revamp and bring the extinction threats to an end and the X-Men will concentrate on being heroes. This announcement has been met with much joy from X-Men fans, seeing how the franchise has been dealing with extinction level events and group in-fighting for more than 10 years now since the ComicBook/HouseOfM.

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** Marvel promoting the [=ResurreXion=] mini-event before the event even started. [=ResurreXion=] will see started, which saw the X-Men getting books get a total revamp and bring brought the extinction threats to an end and the X-Men will concentrate on being heroes.end. This announcement has been met with much joy from X-Men fans, seeing how the franchise has been dealing with extinction level events and group in-fighting for more than 10 years now since the ComicBook/HouseOfM.


* FanonDiscontinuity: How a bunch of people feel about Emma's FaceHeelTurn following these events. That the one other instance of Emma wearing the infamous outfit seen at the end of the even was a never released cover for ComicBook/SecretEmpire and that Emma is wearing her white motiff outfits following Secret Empire makes people feel it even falls under CanonDiscontinuity.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: How a bunch of people feel felt about Emma's FaceHeelTurn following these events. That the one other instance of Emma wearing the infamous outfit seen at the end of the even was a never released cover for ComicBook/SecretEmpire and that Emma is wearing her white motiff outfits following Secret post-Secret Empire makes people feel it even falls under CanonDiscontinuity.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: How a bunch of people feel about Emma's FaceHeelTurn following these events. That the one other instance of Emma wearing the infamous outfit seen at the end of the even was a never released cover for ComicBook/SecretEmpire and that Emma is wearing her white motiff outfits following Secret Empire makes people feel it even falls under CanonDiscontinuity.


** The X-Men, while what's happening is clearly bad for them there's the fact that they didn't share this knowledge with the Inhumans, nor even consider it before attacking,and there's the fact the X-Men put the Royal family in [[EldritchLocation Limbo]] as a way of "safely" detaining them. Though considering how the Inhumans reacted last time someone meddled with a Terrigen cloud makes it more understandable why the X-Men did not bother sharing this knowledge with the Inhumans

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** The X-Men, while what's happening is clearly bad for them there's the fact that they didn't share this knowledge with the Inhumans, nor even consider it before attacking,and there's the fact the X-Men put the Royal family in [[EldritchLocation Limbo]] as a way of "safely" detaining them. Though considering how the Inhumans reacted [[ComicBook/DeathOfX last time time]] someone meddled with a Terrigen cloud makes it more understandable why the X-Men did not bother sharing this knowledge with the Inhumans


** The X-Men, while what's happening is clearly bad for them there's the fact that they didn't share this knowledge with the Inhumans, nor even consider it before attacking,and there's the fact the X-Men put the Royal family in [[EldritchLocation Limbo]] as a way of "safely" detaining them.

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** The X-Men, while what's happening is clearly bad for them there's the fact that they didn't share this knowledge with the Inhumans, nor even consider it before attacking,and there's the fact the X-Men put the Royal family in [[EldritchLocation Limbo]] as a way of "safely" detaining them. Though considering how the Inhumans reacted last time someone meddled with a Terrigen cloud makes it more understandable why the X-Men did not bother sharing this knowledge with the Inhumans


* AssPull: The very try of making this a balanced conflicted feels incredibly forced, as the Inhumans ''did'' know that the Terrigen was fatal to the mutants. Beast had been working with them on a solution for months. That they act this surprised now makes no sense.

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* AssPull: The very try attempt of making this a balanced conflicted feels incredibly forced, as the Inhumans ''did'' know that the Terrigen was fatal to the mutants. Beast had been working with them on a solution for months. That they act this surprised now makes no sense.

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* AssPull: The very try of making this a balanced conflicted feels incredibly forced, as the Inhumans ''did'' know that the Terrigen was fatal to the mutants. Beast had been working with them on a solution for months. That they act this surprised now makes no sense.

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*** It had previously been revealed in ''All-New Inhumans'' that there was another Inhuman settlement on Earth, known as Utolan, which possessed ready access to the more controllable form of Terrigen Mist. This means the destruction of the cloud ''wouldn't'' mean the end of all Terrigenesis on the planet, but none of the Inhumans actually acknowledge this, seeing the cloud as the only way to create new Inhumans.

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