Most wouldn’t call it that.
I’m sorry. I always seem to intrude on you when you’re preoccupied. [Forming a hesitant smile, she takes a step back and turns away.] Look. Steve, I… Maybe coming back was a mistake.
[-Steve takes another dab at himself with the towel and looks at her. Eyebrows pushing together as he sees her preparing to leave just after having gotten his attention. Strange.-]
Wanda, is…what’s wrong?
[Wanda shuts her eyes. What was wrong? Everything. Everything was wrong. But more than that, she was sure that she was the most “wrong” part about it.]
She was right. Little Jean Grey. Was right. I’m a murderer, Steve, and if I hadn’t said three little words, if I hadn’t gone crazy—none of this, none of this, would have happened. What right do I have to be an Avenger? [She sighs bitterly.] None.
“Well i’m working on an alternate to that, but in the meantime I can’t help but agree with you on both accounts.”
“Well, then. I guess we better both get to work.”
Thanks. For the coffee, I mean. I appreciate it.
“I don’t quite agree, but I do agree he’s a good leader. But as I said, it makes things worse. I have talked to a mutant or two who aren’t at all pleased by the unity team, and Scott, for all his good intentions, isn’t helping our image one bit. Instead of uniting human and mutant I fear it’s only further dividing mutant and mutant”
“We’re trying our best here. Steve is trying his best here. And unless someone else comes up with a better solution than creating a mutant revolution, this is our only solution. And the only way to fulfill Charles Xavier’s dream.
Well that certainly sounds positive. Nothing much really. I’m Finn by the way.
Wanda. Nice to meet you, Finn.
Jean Grey vs. Uncanny Avengers - All New X-Men #12