Anonymous said: Now that teen Jean Grey has been put through the stringer and dealt with almost every aspect of adult Jean's legacy, what kinda of stories can we expect from her? What are her plans for improving the human/mutant relationship and must importantly her own future? Does she think she can just stay in the present indefinitely without consequence to time/space or will she try to 'resurrect' her adult self? Is resurrection an option she would consider, being that she has rejected adult 616's legacy?
You will love all new X-Men for the foreseeable future.
in fact, call me crazy but this sounds like a great idea for a Jean grey solo series
Jean Grey being in charge of her own life for once would be a nice surprise.
Bendis broke time in the Marvel Universe
He brought the original X-Men to the present.
The future keeps coming back
The newest generation of X-Men have a time traveler of unknown potential.
The past, present, and future are all affecting each other, simultaneously.
I am trying to put together the bigger picture. I just hope I can do it, before it is obvious.