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Emma Frost. The name strikes either deep love or deep hatred for several X-fans. You see Emma started off like any super villain would; by trying and failing to take over the world. The character first appeared in The Uncanny X-Men #129 (January 1980), and was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne. Also known as the White Queen, Emma has evolved from a supervillain and foe of the X-Men, to becoming a superhero and one of the X-Men's most central members and leaders until the events of Inhumans vs. X-Men. . . A lot of people credit Grant Morrison for Emma's redemption but that really undercuts the work Byrne did in Uncanny X-Men 281 by slaughtering the Hellions which gave Emma a reason to be a good person. This led to a change of heart and the start of Scott Lobdell's personal years of work rehabbing this character in Generation X. This didn't stop people from undoing that work in several years through stories like AvX and the aforementioned X-Men vs Inhumans. . . This character is often viewed as having a rivalry with Jean Grey because let's face it, Emma fucking started it by amplifying Mastermind's mental rape of Phoenix leading to Dark Phoenix. Phoenix retaliated by putting Emma in a coma for a bit and then Jean "used" Emma's body to save herself from a deadly sentinel blast but gave it back promptly once everyone was out of danger. Emma and Jean pretty much left each other alone until Morrison struck up the trope of the women fighting over the X-Men's classic fuck boy Cyclops. Here's a kit bashed Emma in her most recent look she is sporting in Uncanny X-Men. . .#minimatemobb #acba #acbafam #articulatedcomicbookart #toys #toyplanet #toyunion #defenders #toycrewbuddies #toyphotography #beyondthetoys #actionfigures #actionfigurephotography #toystagram #toycollector @marvel #Phoenix #Minimates #EmmaFrost #Womenincomics #comics #shero #sherocomics #comic

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