draco x wrote: Which was a good example of bad writing and Quesada's anti-marriage vendetta.
You can call it bad writing all you want, New X-Men was one of the best runs on any X-Book since the turn of the century. Although, I will agree with you that Quesada has some sort of weird anti-marriage fetish.
Regardless of whether or not it was a physical affair when Jean was still alive, she was still pretty much upset at both of them when she saw them in bed together.
Well of course she was, she literally just saw them without any context as to what was going on. She had every right to be upset about it but upon reflecting, she forgave them because she came to realize that she had drifted as far away from Scott as he had from her.
Also, that part about Jean giving them her blessings afterwards was utter rubbish writing wise
We will just have to agree to disagree on this point...
and the fact that Scott and Emma had sex on her grave was blatantly disrespectful to Jean's
...except for the fact that the incident that you are referencing absolutely never happened. They embraced and they kissed, once again at Jean's urging but there was no sex on the grave.
The Jean I know would have TK blitzed Emma all the way to Genosha and would have dropped an anvil on Scott's head
Except that would be hypocritical of her since she did cheat on Scott when she made out with Wolverine in Uncanny X-Men, prior to the events in New X-Men. So she wouldn't exactly be guilt free in this situation.