>>110470857>So wait.... They are ripping off hard-core sci-fi now?
It's from Hackman's Powers of X comic which has Moira MacTaggert as a secret Mutant who's power is that she dies and is reborn in the womb in a new timeline ( think Day After Tomorrow/Groundhog Day ) which has happened 10 times so far.
Powers of X is a literal title where they jump ahead 10 years, 100 years, 1000 years ( think Asimov's Foundation series or Hurbert's Dune ). The furthest jump has not-really-human-anymore humans being absorbed into the Phalanx which are the AI Singularity ( it's not about bending space/time with 'smart' it's about the amount of density of the supercomputers that house said data ).
Also he had the X-Men killed off and brought right back the next issue via resleaving ( think Altered Carbon or The 6th Day ) into clones via memory/data backups using Cerebro.
TL;DR yes, they are ripping off hard-core sci-fi now