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Angel posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 12:24pm

Awesome chapter, thanx for the good work

whatareyouevensaying posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 12:20pm

Let's hope Dumbledore doesn't forget about the bugs in his office. If one was from Snape, where did the others come from...

This update was pretty strong. In terms of the romantic aspect of things, I'm a little jaded. Not because you're using Ginny, but because I'm at the point where I've read too much fanfiction and too many different approaches to Harry's romances with other characters, particularly Ginny and Hermione. What you're writing, you're writing well.

Looking forward to more.

RedPhoenix_2k3 posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 12:12pm

Just took a quick glance at the other reviews and have two things to say:

First, Darkleaf, now you've got the Airwolf suspense music playing in my head. :|

And second, I wonder what Dumbledore would think about giving all the DE's labotomies and then using artificial insemination to continue those family lines?

Strange thoughts but there you go.

Carol Layland posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 12:07pm

Ignore the review button, not on your life and more tomorrow after I re read the chapter and have more chance to evaluate what I am reading. Still, in the mean time, The two of you are so talented that I cannot stop reading your stories no matter how long they have been up and this chapter is no different. Thank you for all the pleasure that you have given to me as I read all your stories and look forward to even more of them as they are posted. the site takes so long to notify me of a new posting that I check morning and night for new additions. Carol Layland>

RedPhoenix_2k3 posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 12:04pm

Ginny makes a few steps in the right direction and Dumbledore is still going the wrong direction. Poor Remus is stuck in the middle, too.

Too bad McGonagall showed up when she did. I'd've loved to see Harry give Mr. Greasy-do a good ol' muggle thrashing, Logan-style. :)

Thanks for the new reading material. As always, it was worth the wait.

spokaneman99209 posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 11:59am

I didn't think and X-Man Harry poter cross over would work but I'm impressed keep up the good work

Andrea Kay posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 11:42am

Another excellent chapter... despite the lack of llama's. And considering how irritating the Amazing X-Men have been in recent comics... thank GOD for this story.

Atalas posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 11:35am

I love it when stories slowly build up the romance like this. and if they can get good, proper descriptions of the other Horcruxes, Harry could just yank them from wherever they are! Though that is exhausting for him, if he doesn't know what it looks like or precisely where it is.

darkleaf posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 11:13am

You're waiting for enough requests for the next chapter before posting the next one?!?!?!

In that case: It's been over 2 hours now since you've posted the last chapter. Talk about lazy. It's a disgrace to fan fiction authors everywhere to take so long between postings!!!!!

Seriously, that was a great chapter. Seeing Ginny gleefully experiencing technology is nice. The baby steps they are starting to take in their relationship is also well done.

Now, Sir Cadogan and I are off on a quest to find a Harry Potter/Airwolf crossover fic. Till next time... Wish us luck

Kris posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 10:56am

Thank you! Great chapter! I loved the Harry/Ginny interaction, and can perfectly see where Harry is coming from. I also love how Ginny told Jean a thing or two about telling the whole story.

Thank you again for the great update!

Scott Sakraida posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 10:50am

It is always good to see an update from you, some of the best entertainment there is. And Harry as a DK? Interesting, very interesting.

MonCappy posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 10:29am

The only character I hate here other than Shit is Dumbledore. Some magical blood isn't worth saving and that includes each and every single Death Eater.

Jamey posted a comment on Friday 14th August 2009 10:26am

Most excellent! Most excellent indeed!

I like that Minerva is finally starting to see what Dumbledore is doing; I'm somewhat concerned that it doesn't seem like the Professor, Jean, and the rest see it that well - and with Jean having seen his memories, and her experience as an X-Man with plotting and scheming, that she would not be a lot more on edge around Dumbledore. However, as a DCite, and not a Marveloid, I must say I really don't know the X-Men *that* well. I'm also rather surprised the X-Men went along so easily with going into the site, without more careful checking first. And I have to wonder why Cyclops didn't simply run a beam all the way through all of the Inferni in one fell swoop.

I can see why you changed the cavern that the pseudo-Horcrux was in - there's no way the entire group could have handled going and coming back the boat that could only hold one or two (though why not a levitation charm to carry them all across? And up out of the way of the Inferni?)

Hermione's blindness is painful to watch, but I have to admit - I have noticed that people can be just that stubborn in holding to their prejudices. Hers is that teachers and other authority figures are good - she hasn't been battered by the Catholic Priest scandals, where even the ultimate paragons of morality fall flat on their faces. I'm not sure even that, though, would have gotten through to her. She has a deep-seated need for an external anchor, fixed and unmoving, and she finds that in books - which embody physically the intangible authority she wants to trust so desperately.

The problem of the death eater children, though, is going to come to a head soon. But I suspect there might be at least one more blow-up when Dumbledore forgets to shut down the device that's tracking Harry's health. Be it honest mistake, or intent to keep control, it will not matter to Harry. And it *WILL* result in Dumbledore needing a completely new office, as there won't be *ANYTHING* left of the one he currently resides in.

There's obviously some kind of synergy taking place between the wellspring of power that drives Harry's mutant abilities, and his magical core. Use of one doesn't seem to exhaust him and prevent him from using the other, and in both cases, his maximum usable power seems to be growing rapidly. By the time Harry's done with his seventh year, he's likely to be a power on the order of Jean or Professor Xavier. He's also going to be looking for something with a *REAL* flight envelope, like maybe the Space Shuttle, or the American Air Force's experimental Aurora plane (which you know, with a few runes here and there, would make a nice little space plane...)

joy! posted a comment on Sunday 9th August 2009 4:56pm

That was absolutely great, as usual. I loved it, even though I know virtually nothing about the X-Men. Alright, I'll admit, I know NOTHING. But anyway, I hope (even though you'll probably kill me for saying this) you do update soon. I would send a couple of jelly donuts your way, but I'm close to bankcruptcy, and it's a public holiday, so the donut store is closed. Sorry, and don't include me in your disclaimers, I beg of you.

Geneva posted a comment on Monday 3rd August 2009 12:11pm

Y'know, I was a little skeptical of the X-Men/Potter crossover... But you two pulled it off! Way beyond what I expected, I really like the way you write. I enjoyed Sunset and Sunrise, and am very much enjoying Mutant Storm.Great Work! :) Thanks for posting your stories here for avid readers like myself to enjoy. I've even been late to work because I couldn't stop reading... The boss wasn't too thrilled with that one. ;) Anyway, thanks again, and don't let any idiots try and tell you how to write. They're probably pissed off because they don't have the talent to captivate readers like you do!

runnerman87 posted a comment on Friday 31st July 2009 9:45am

Something has been bothering me about Harry's attitude in this chapter since I first read it, and I've finally figured out what it was. Harry's willingness to leave the wizarding world to their fate smacks far too much of the "normal" world's dislike of mutants, Harry's teachers ignoring the Dursleys' mistreatment of Harry when he was younger, and the German citizens' indifference toward the Jews (i.e. Magneto). I can understand how, in his anger, Harry might not make the connection, but I can't believe that Jean and the Professor wouldn't point that out to him.

Other than that minor character blip, I'm thoroughly enjoying the story and eagerly awaiting the next chapter.

megnicole posted a comment on Sunday 26th July 2009 8:07am

Hey, this is a really good story. I havent ever watched the X-Men, but this story has me interested. I do hope that Harry and ron DON'T become friends agian.. at least not with anything resembling closeness. Ron seriously betrayed Harry and it would take a heck of a lot of making up for Harry to even slightly trust him agian. What ARE the extent of harry's powers. Can he do anything other than teleport? Update soon please :)

Faith1 posted a comment on Friday 24th July 2009 2:03pm

Yes! I'm happy that you didn't forget about the Creevey girl! And I am pleased with the way Harry dealt with Ron. Oh! And Luna. We musn't forget Luna =D

truly_tazi posted a comment on Thursday 23rd July 2009 3:12am

Thank you for the update.

Pallav1 posted a comment on Thursday 23rd July 2009 12:57am

Hey another great chapter.

Keep up the good work. I want to know if you are working on another story. On your profile you mentioned a fic called "Evolutionary Revolution". When are you going to post that?
When is your next update going to be?