Phoenix and jean grey 1
Generations: Phoenix & Jean Grey #1 by Cullen BunnReal Rating: 4.5
Teenage Jean Grey finds herself in another world. Here as she trudges through throngs of beach-goers, she finds the older version of herself enjoying a good book as she suns herself. For the young Jean Grey, seeing an older version of herself is unsettling and even more with the Phoenix force hovering just above her. As the raptor-like bird disappates into nothing, the older Jean Grey is distracted by the arrival of a male, who tries to strike up a conversation with her. Unfortunately, older Jean is not interested in any way and sends of the male off. She, then, turns to the younger version of herself.
Older Jean does not quite seem so happy to see her younger self. It is at this point the younger Jean starts bombarding her older self with questions but the older version doesnt answer them right away. Instead asks younger Jean if she would like something to eat. The two end up at a resturant and then at a dance club. It is here where older Jean finally offers to give her younger version a taste of what the power of the Phoenix force.
The two head into space and to a world that is currently in chaos where its inhabitants are fleeing in terror from Galactus and his herald. Of course, Phoenix steps in to stop Galactus from devouring the world but it ends up taking both Jeans in stopping him.
For younger Jean, this still makes her resolve in destroying the phoenix force stronger especially since the older version of herself really has no idea of the corrupting powers she has coursing through her veins. And even before younger Jean can really offer any sort of answer to older Jeans inquiry, the Watcher appears and sends young Jean away.
This issue was awesome! Younger Jean had a chance to see exactly what the Phoenix force was capable of - life saving. Of course, younger Jean still has it fresh in her mind of the darker aspects of what the force is capable of. So seeing the two versions of Jean together was a real treat!
I am hoping that this is the beginning of the revival of older Jean. I would love to see her come back to life and perhaps be there when the Phoenix force comes for her younger counterpart.
Or perhaps the Phoenix may not even be coming for the younger Jean. Maybe it could be coming for the older? Now that would be something!
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Basically, the time-displaced Jean Grey that currently features in X-Men: Blue suddenly finds herself in the past when Phoenix was active as Jean Grey. Once she arrives in this unfamiliar time, she is immediately drawn to Phoenix and spends most of the issue trying to figure out the purpose of their meeting. What starts out as a somewhat lighthearted encounter between Jean Grey and Phoenix turns into a fateful opportunity for the time-displaced Jean to alter the past, and potentially stop Phoenix from ever becoming Dark Phoenix.
What's the deal with X-Men: Dark Phoenix? A Jean Grey history lesson
Writer: Cullen Bunn Penciler: R. What You Need to Know: It started off with good intentions. In what would be a doomed attempt to appeal to a wayward Cyclops, present day Beast rips Young Jean Grey from the past. Unable to return home, Grey is stranded in a world where everything in her life has already happened and the option of choice alludes her. Her powers grow rapidly surpassing her older incarnations natural evolution and gains the attention of the Phoenix. With her horrific fate all but certain, Jean Grey desperately chases even the smallest of possibilities in an effort to break the inevitable cycle of both destiny and legacy. Young Grey levels a barrage of questions to her alter about the nature of the Phoenix.
The young Jean Grey suddenly finds herself within the Vanishing Point. She eventually finds she's on a beach in Italy , and uses a wide-scale psychic "nudge" to hide her uniform from anyone who looks at her. After a quick mental sweep, Jean seemingly finds the older Jean Grey on the beach; however, the younger Jean realizes that this is not actually the older Jean, but rather, the Phoenix. Young Jean notices the man who came to "Jean" at the beach is also in the club, and that this is in fact the illusionist, Mastermind. Minutes later, they arrive on another planet about to be consumed by Galactus.
Jean Grey's comic and movie history will blow your mind, so take a look as she returns to the silver screen. So buckle up for a look at Jean's wildly complicated history and how it relates to the Phoenix Force before Sophie Turner returns to the role in finale for the current series of X-Men movies. Years after the character first appeared in 's The X-Men No. She even touched the mind of the young Scott Summers while in the form of a burning Phoenix. Summers would eventually become Cyclops, and Grey's frequent off-and-on-again love interest. Judging by the trailer, it looks like Xavier's ethically questionable act one of many he's committed through the years will be mirrored in the Dark Phoenix movie.
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When Jean was ten years old she was playing with her best friend, Annie Richardson when Annie was hit by a car. This traumatic event left Jean in a withdrawn and deeply depressed state. Moreover, Jean could not control her newly awakened telepathic abilities and had to isolate herself from other people to hold on to her sanity. When Jean was eleven, a psychiatrist recommended to her parents that they consult a colleague of his, Professor Charles Xavier , who was secretly a mutant with telepathic abilities of his own. Xavier explained to Jean, but not to her parents, that she was a mutant and he treated her for several years. The Professor taught Jean how to levitate and manipulate objects through psionic force when she developed telekinesis at the age of thirteen.