when i think of x men’s “storm”, i think of a strong black vixen. a natural black vixen.
Storm (real name Ororo Munroe) is a fictional superhero who appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, as well as in a number of movie, television, and video game adaptations; typically in fiction related to the X-Men. The character first appeared in the comic book Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May 1975), and was created by writer Len Wein and artist Dave Cockrum.
Storm is a member of a fictional subspecies of humanity known as “mutants”, who are born with superhuman abilities. Storm can control the weather. Storm is a member of the X-Men, a group of mutant heroes who fight for peace and equality between mutants and humans.
In Uncanny X-Men #102 (December 1976), Claremont established Storm’s backstory. Ororo’s mother, N’Dare, was the princess of a tribe in Kenya and descended from a long line of African witch-priestesses with white hair, blue eyes, and a natural gift for sorcery. N’Dare falls in love with and marries American photojournalist David Munroe. They move to Harlem in uptown New York City, where Ororo is born. They later moved to Egypt and lived there until they die during the Suez Crisis in a botched aircraft attack, leaving six-year-old Ororo as an orphan. Her violent claustrophobia is established as a result of being buried under tons of rubble after that attack. She becomes a skilled thief in Cairo under the benign Achmed el-Gibar and wanders into the Serengeti as a young woman. She is worshiped as a goddess when her powers appear before being recruited by Professor X for the X-Men.
soangela bassettwas one of my first “in my mind” choices.
well when she turned down the role in the movie,
we got stuck with halle berry.
i love halle but she didn’t do the role justice at all.
well now they are casting for young storm for “x men apocalypse”. according to the latino review, look at the two choices… Continue reading “Look Who They Out Here Trying To Cast As Storm”
i remember coming home from school and immediately puttin on mtv trl.
thats where i first met the original pop tarts,
watched the commotion going on in times square,
and be introduced to new acts and their music.
mtv trl was pretty live back in the day.
i would turn on 106 and park and get my “us” fix.
i still think free and aj wasthe best thingto happen to that show.
well they’re trying to bring mtv’s trlback.
106 hasn’t even been dead but a few days. one of my f-bi just alerted me of the alleged comeback… Continue reading “106 Dead; TRL Rises?”