Fuck Yeah, Emma Frost!

The newest (and only active) Fuck Yeah tumblr for everybody's favorite Frosty X-Woman!

americachavez:

FRIENDS CONSIDER, IF YOU WILL, BEYONCE AS EMMA FROST

elweonilustre:

X-Treme X-Men #1 por Salvador Larroca

How badass does Emma look here? I’m actually super-excited for this. 

elweonilustre:

X-Treme X-Men #1 por Salvador Larroca

How badass does Emma look here? I’m actually super-excited for this. 

punchedhitler:

I dressed up as Emma Frost from X-Men for Oz Comic-con. Stan Lee actually came!!

I am not one for usually reblogging cosplay, but holy shit this is amazeballs. 

punchedhitler:

I dressed up as Emma Frost from X-Men for Oz Comic-con. Stan Lee actually came!!

I am not one for usually reblogging cosplay, but holy shit this is amazeballs. 

(Source: hemsworths)

Can We Talk About Astonishing X-Men #43?

I picked this issue up when it first came out based entirely on the fact that it was a one-shot issue involving Emma and Danger. I hadn’t read a single issue of Astonishing since Whedon left the title and I actually think that they did themselves a disservice by not renaming the book. Nobody would have been able to live up to Whedon’s run which was, to put it simply, one of the best runs on a comic ever. 

Back on topic. This one-shot issue details the journey of Emma and Danger, breaking into the Secret Avengers heli-carrier and following a computer signal that Danger tracked. The signal of another sentient being, not unlike herself. We have an appearance from our old friend Beast, who, if you remember, was a member of the Astonishing team when Emma was on it and under Whedon’s and Morrison’s pens, they became good confidantes and dare I say it, friends? 

I went into this issue not really expecting much. Maybe some eye candy T&A which we usually get from Emma and maybe some poorly written one-liners. That’s what I  usually expect from Emma when I’m not reading something by Morrison, Whedon or Gillen. 

I was more than pleasantly surprised. Not only do we get to see the friendship between Emma and Danger expanded upon, we get to see Emma in all her snarky glory. She is written perfectly in this issue under the pen of James Asmus, who is quickly rising in my list of favorite Marvel writers between this singular issue and his great portrayals of Hope in the Uncanny X-Men Annual and issue #511 (or something like that). 

Astonishing X-Men #39

HATE HATE HATE Nick Bradshaw’s art, like…loathe it with a furious passion and I tend to avoid stuff that he works on, but my gosh, this arc was actually pretty decent. The banter between Emma and Wolverine was pretty much spot on, which I really enjoyed. The banter between the two of them is actually probably what I miss most about having the X-Men all in one place. They were never afraid to call each other on their bullshit, but when push came to shove, they’d support each other.