david phoenix

Okay, Legion tag, listen up. Possible Spoiler.

Some of you are a little confused, so here’s some background: David, a.k.a Professor X’s son and an Omega-Level Mutant, has powers that manifest with his split personalities. At the end of the first episode when he’s on the beach, some of those people are not real, some are his personalities. This show is about to be a ride as we try to figure out who is real and who is actually David. That’s what makes him so powerful; with each personality that manifests, so does a new power. 

RACHEL GREY AND HOPE SUMMERS RETURN

As part of Marvel’s upcoming ResurrXion line, original X-Man Jean Grey will do something she’s never done before: lead her own solo series. With “Jean Grey,” the time-displaced teenage version of the would-be Phoenix will headline her own comic, written by Dennis Hopeless with art by Victor Ibanez.

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Isn’t It Rich? Are We a Pair? - All-Broadway All-Musical Narumitsu Fanmix

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Hey everyone, I’ve started the process of reuploading my old fanmixes to Playmoss so that people can actually LISTEN to them ever since 8tracks started sucking. So the obvious choice for the first one is my pride and joy, my sappy romantic All-Broadway fanmix for Phoenix/Miles from Ace Attorney.

Fanmix cover art by mustachossom.

Tracklist and notes under the cut here.

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“When River first played for Chris and me,” says Kim Buie, his artist rep at Island, “I thought he was great. At age 17, he was very sophisticated musically. His lyrics, on paper, read like poetry. He was a far better guitar player than he ever gave himself credit for.

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He was constantly writing songs. He definitely had his own musical style, which I think is the sign of a true musician. At first, he was the pleasant, almost folky, singer-songwriter. Then he was getting into more abstract material, layering, complex chord changes, using two bridges. He was definitely ready to make a record.’’

From an article on US Magazine about River, October 1995 by Roberta and David Ritz.