>>95566906>Mutations that were a horrible curse were the path to even more change and interesting stories, though
no, it just limited the scope of the series and removed the heroism from the x-men actions making them just tyrannical dicks bent on preserving their own power, rahter than heroes ready to sacrifice themselves to protect those weaker than them.>Like pointing out how retarded Xavier's school is since nobody seems to be learning anything other than how to be superheroes.
this could have been addressed without ruining the ethics of the x-men, by simply addressing how the xavier school was just a school for super heroes.
Or by addressing that xavier was in fact building his own military force while using good diplomacy to gain political power, and so he was doing the same thing that magneto wanted to do, but being smarter about it.
You don't need to have disfigured powerless mutants to have raise the point that Xavier may be raising how own personalized fanatical superpowered military force, but you do need good writers.
Morrison run wasn't bad by itself, but it didn't fit into the x-men mythos and changed it for the worse afterwards.
As a standalone it was a good story, but it introduced things that made the franchise worse off in the long run, aside for marvel's attepmt to kill it.