Well except don’t forget there’s still a very real and very certain threat of extinction kinda looming outside paradise, that mutants still very much are aware of. As well as the other number of philosophical, emotional and social dangers, threats and the like they’d have to deal with or grow past before we get to this supposed danger of utopia place. We see other titles currently pushing up against these very issues right now, with any number of them we’ve failed to even think about yet.XtremeOne1 wrote: ↑24 Jun 2021, 16:54I think it's an interesting to thing to explore....What if everything is handed to you and you do NO work for it. You get implanted with knowledge how to fight, you get implanted with languages, math skills, reading comprehension. But have no emotional connect to any of it. What becomes of a generation who has had a perfect utopia with of zero responsibilities, no parents, immortality, super powers, and teachings that say 'you are superior, you are the future'
I mean, look at real life, the kids of rich parents who get by on their money, good lucks and an instagram account. They're all sort of awful. Is the future of mutantdom a bunch of Aunt Becky's daughter and the Paul brothers?
And I mean if we’ee going off pop culture examples, Neo was downloaded kung fu and was cyber-white Jesus lol…or the number of characters along the years who’ve been given knowledge about stuff without becoming shitty people.
Knowledge of something doesn’t really equate to anything besides knowing something…you still got issues of retention, application, etc.
But if someone want to read a school book about actual class, each issue dealing with subjects like propositional phrases or chemistry or fine art, that’s cool lol…I’m not into it as Token so eloquently pointed out lol…Give me the book when they leave class and deal with the drama of growing up, learning to love, etc…
So I agree with you Xtreme and token about a growing up Krakoa book…just not a “Math 101 Krakoa” book…unless it’s done exactly like Dr. Stone!