I sure as hell would.
He tosses the idea out here: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?p...ticle&id=26135
Would anyone else buy the heck out of that?
Here's the quote from the article:
Wrapping up, I wanted to take a look at what's in the future for you. You wrote a lot of X-titles in the '90s and looking at Marvel recently, they've had a lot of creators coming back and finishing their original runs on titles, such as Chris Claremont's "X-Men Forever." Would you ever considering going back and doing something like that?
Oh yeah. Absolutely. I think it'd be a tremendous amount of fun. It's 10 years later and I still have "Age of Apocalypse" stories that I'd love to tell. You remember Blink and her crew from those?
Definitely. Blink's one of my favorite characters of all time. Same with AoA. That storyline defined comics for a whole generation of readers.
Well, those characters have a lot of stories left to tell. I wouldn't want to go in and tell "Factor X." Maybe "Generation Next," although I remember that they ended up with a pretty grizzly fate. But I think that certainly Rogue, Sabertooth, Morph, Wildchild and Blink would make an awesome series. I would love to keep telling stories from that point of view.
And here's a little more:
I loved the AoA, but don't know that it needs to be continued. I liked the finality of the original crossover. It was fun seeing Blink and Sabertooth in Exiles, but I liked that the sacrificed their own reaqlity to make things right witht the multiverse.
It's a bit like having sex with a jellyfish: once might an interesting experiment, twice would be perversion!
You never know what worse luck your bad luck has saved you from.
I'd rather see him and Chris Bachalo on GENERATION X FOREVER.