Wednesday, May 03, 2006

NEW X-MEN "E IS FOR EXTINCTION" Marvel Comics, 2002

Grant Morrison's comic books freak me out.

I'm a huge fan of his work, but I only picked up a few single issues of Morrison's legendary run on New X-Men. The ghostly voice of Yoda said to me, "Wait for the trades you must, hmn? Better value, it is. Satisfying more, eh?" I've learned it's best to always listen to the spooky disembodied voice of Frank Oz, which has never steered me wrong (the possible exception being an attempted dine-and-dash in a Moses Lake, WA diner. Bad call, Yoda.)

Anyway, I picked up the trades and I loved them, particularly the issues with Frank Quitely art. I love Frank Quitely, probably more than XXXX does, and I think his art perfectly compliments Morrison's script; it just has the right vibe. And that vibe is freaky as hell.

My favorite storyline is collected in a trade paperback called e is for extinction. The first three issues of Morrison's run introduce a new X-Men villain, who freaks me the hell out: Cassandra Nova.

Cassandra Nova is Charles Xavier's miscarried twin sibling, whom he tried to kill inside his mother's womb. That's right, fetus war. They were brawling in there, throwing little fetus elbows and fetus headbutts. As I understand it, the, um, discarded biological material that would become Cassandra Nova grew in a sewer, fed by powerful mutant psi energy. Now she's a hideous bald freak with godlike telepathic powers who is insanely, dangerously evil. Cassandra is basically Professor X's evil twin, but saying it like that sort of diminishes her freakiness.

In this story, Cassandra Nova causes the death of tens of millions of mutants, makes people bleed from the nose, and puts Cyclops in the Black Bug Room, which is not cool. That's just for starters, baby - in Marvel's trade paperback Imperial she takes genocide to a galactic level. Plus, she looks scary. Look at her! Man, she freaks me the hell out.

Cassandra has found a huge Master Mold factory in the rain forest, and intends to use it. The factory produces robots, but not just any kind of robots. It makes Sentinels, and Sentinels exterminate mutants. No good can come of this.

Nova abducts/convinces Donald Trask III (a dentist who is the only living descendant of Bolivar Trask, creator of the Sentinels) to join her in the jungle, where the massive wild Master Molds will obey orders from anyone with Trask DNA. Using spooky molecular fu, Nova copies the unlucky Trask's DNA, then sticks her fingers in him and kind of wiggles them around. This kills Trask, as you would think it would.

See? That's freaky. Nobody wants creepy old bald women sticking their gaunt fingers into you and wiggling them around. I don't, anyway.

The leather-clad X-Men Cyclops and Wolverine drop in on Nova's Sentinel hive, and after much violent hikinks, they get the drop on the bald freak. Or have they?

Little do Wolverine and Cyclops know, but Cassandra Nova has ordered two enormously huge wild Sentinels to wipe out the small island country of Genosha, the new mutant homeland. The Sentinels kill millions upon millions of mutants in a bloody act of genocide. And yes, it is freaky as hell.

Here's a few poorly scanned panels of the extermination:

The X-Men bring Cassandra Nova back to the Mansion as their captive, but she breaks free and single-handedly kicks their asses with her powerful psionic kung fu and a host of assorted powers courtesy of nano-technology. She fucks with their minds and their brains. She puts Scott in the Black Bug Room, a sort of psychic penalty box:

Need I say it? The Black Bug Room freaks me out. That is some crazy William S Borroughs shit right there.

Nova gains access to Cerebra, but is stopped by the timely arrival of Emma Frost, the White Queen, who snaps her neck. Nova twitches on the ground...

...and then Professor X takes out a revolver and shoots Cassandra Nova multiple times.

Hardcore, indeed. Put a shirt on, Wolverine.

As will later be revealed, Cassandra Nova psychically possessed Xavier, swapping bodies just as her neck was being snapped. Nova, in Xavier's body, shoots Xavier, in Nova's body. Things get worse: The Beast gets beaten with a baseball bat (that should be a Ramones song), Nova gets a hold of a fleet of spaceships and an army of superhuman aliens, lots of people die.

I really dig Cassandra Nova because she seems genuinely frightening and dangerous. She's not scary because she may do bad things, she's scary because she does do bad things. Nova wipes out tens of millions of mutants and the X-Men can't stop her. In most superhero comics, the whole point is for the hero to stop the bad guy from killing tens of millions of people - in Morrison's X-Men, it's done just to establish how evil Cassandra Nova is. I really dug the whole Genoshan genocide thing - that sounds horrible, I know - because there shouldn't be that many mutants in the world. I always though Genosha as a mutant paradise sort of undermined the core concept of the X-Men - you know, hated and feared by the humans they defend?

Grant Morrison's work freaks me out because it shares the qualities that many of my favorite childhood books had, that alchemy of gee-whiz adventure and soul-shriveling cosmic terror that I loved so much. There is a wonder and awe in his work that is only matched by danger and menace, that sense of horrors beyond human ken. Remember the Scissor Men, from Doom Patrol? Freaky as hell.

Morrison's work is like Willy Wonka crossed with H.P. Lovecraft, or H.R. Puffenstuff crossed with Hunter S. Thompson. It's like reading a Roald Dahl book in a hash den while someone watches shrill Japanese cartoons in the other room and the smoke stings your eyes and somebody is arguing in French outside and your head is floating, floating...

It's just like that.

too late Posted by Picasa


Kevin Church said...

Thank you for posting about this instead of posting about Gambit. I am glad we are friends again.

Andy said...

Oddly enough, the thing I most remember about this storyline was the part (I think it was this story) when Cyclops loses his visor and puts in his "emergency ruby quartz contact lenses". I mean, shouldn't it be the other way around? I've never worn contacts but they seem to be a bitch to put in and my fiancee sometimes has trouble with hers squirming around and getting stuck behind her eyeball. Cyclops would look pretty stupid if that happened.

Stephanie said...

Battling baby fetuses? Ooooh. Uh. Suddenly, the Venture Brothers makes much more sense.

Thanks for the edification, Dave!

The Fortress Keeper said...

Loved E is For Extinction. It was genuinely subversive and disturbing - and led me to believe the evil Quesada was truly going to lead Marvel to revolutionary ground.

Well, I was wrong there. But E For Extinction is pretty damn great

Mike P said...

Coming Soon: The Marvel Fetus Wars. What happens when Thanos rips all the Marvel heroes from their mother's wombs prematurely and brings them to an alien planet to battle between themselves? Find out this October! Written by Brian Michael Bendis.

Matthew said...

The whole Morrison run was great. My girlfriend is a big Joss Whedon fan, so her first introduction to the X-Men outside the movies was Astonishing X-Men. As soon as she started reading that, I started a new mantra: "Read the Morrison run. Read the Morrison run. Read the Morrison run..."

Now she's read them all in just a couple of weeks. Now she is a real X-fan! Bwah ha ha ha!!!

Can I say how much cooler the Frank Quitely-designed costumes were than either the movie outfits or the old spandex duds? Awesome stuff.

Amadeus Feldspar said...

I picked up the first few New X-Men tpbs as my reintroduction to the X-Men a short time ago (I also tried Astonishing and Uncanny X-Men: The New Age... I can't keep track of all of them!!!) Anyway, I did like the New X-Men tpbs, except for the art of Igor Kordey, which was so horrible I could not believe he was allowed to work on so many issues. The lowest point, for me, is the last page of New X-Men 128 (in Vol 3 of the tpbs). Is Emma Frost supposed to be a beefy transvestite...? Did that happen while I was gone from comics? Please X-Plain!!!

call me jack... said...

Star Trek V taught me long lost siblings makes bad writing.

I didn't really like Morrison's run. I hated Quietly's art and had trouble following Morrison's story. (for example that whole Xorn thing. but that was a beautiful reveal, even if I didn't like the mess it became because of the re-conning and wierd Sublime arc that followed)

I did like the consequences of his run. Genosha a graveyard, mutant population explosion, Xavier Insitute public. he did so many things readers had been hoping to see happen but "knew" wouldn't because they were fundamental to the story mold.

call me jack... said...

Amadeus Feldspar said...
Anyway, I did like the New X-Men tpbs, except for the art of Igor Kordey, which was so horrible I could not believe he was allowed to work on so many issues.

arrgh, that's who I meant, not Quietly. I just remembered someone had really crappy art.

Brad Curran said...

I talked about how much I loved this run in your out of context panel comments section. Between that and Milligan and Allred's X-Force, I too was swept up in Joe Q and Bill Jemas's Marvel for a couple of years. Isn't it a sad state of affairs that you can say that we were better off when Jemas was around? Anyway, those were some awesome X-Men comics that really changed the way I look at comics, which, fittingly, was primarily shaped by Chris Claremont's X-Men run.

Brad Curran said...

Well, from what I remember, Kordey was incredibly rushed. He banged those issues out really quickly. They were still pretty ugly, but it's not like it was his best work.

Bill Reed said...

I don't think I'd read any Morrison before that X-Men arc... and it blew me the hell away.

And now, of course, I'm one of Morrison's Whorrisons.

Bill Reed said...

And yeah, I believe the story goes that Kordey had drawn all of #120 and then got a call telling him he had to 119, too. So he probably banged some of those issues out in a week. I didn't dislike his art that much, but it could've been better if he'd had more time.

Kevin Church said...

Kordey indeed rushed those pages out at an incredible rate thanks to Quitely's slow pace. To see his work in a better light, check out Smoke from IDW. Awesome future-shock political thriller with writing by Alex De Campi, a fine human being.

Chawunky said...

I too became a regular Morrison reader after this series. I'd come across his work several times, but his style "clicked" with me on New X-Men. The creepy factor struck me as well, particularly the "human mind as utterly disturbing surreal minefield" thing.

Another nice touch was the way the series depicted how brutal these powers really would be to frail human bodies--Cyclops, with a single optic blast, snapping an aggressor's leg during an uprising was a real eye-opener in a way that a half-dozen "blown back through the wall like it's styrofoam" doesn't really. Or Wolvie sizzling back from third-degree burns as he digs bullets out of his skin. Yow.

Chris Sims said...

After Boob War, Fetus War was the next logical step.

John said...

I loved this run so much. So much that I blindly ran right into the book's change to the New "Teen" Mutants. Then, several months later, I realized...WTF is this???

Kaneko said...

I'm influenced all too easily. I haven't picked up an X-Men comic in years, and I just ordered the trade paperback online. I am fully looking forward to being creeped out.

Leave it to X-Men Week at Daves Long Box to start me back on the habit.

Peter said...

I always felt that Morrison did some of his weakest work on X-Men, at the time. Now that it's in the past, it actually feels and reads better than it did in haphazard installments (second issue was 6 weeks late to start with, I believe).

For me the Xorn thing can still not be properly explained. I haven't seen anyone do so at any rate. It just doesn't work with the annual unless Morrison forgot to tell parts of his story later on.

It was a fresh start and all, but in the end it was just a blip, where Whedon is trying to run with it (rather inefficiently so) but he's the only one (in equally haphazard installments).

I did think the Nova/Xavier switch was well done, as it was clearly spelled out for all to see but many were fooled nonetheless back then, as I remember :)

I'd also like to mention that probably the current state of affairs has nothing to do with Jemas being gone or not. After all, Morrison is Morrison, with or without Big Bad Bill. I'm sure he exalted the virtues of Bendis as well, so we probably would still have ended up with icky New Avengers and the like. And Quesada is as obnoxious without Jemas as he was when they were Quemas, the Twin Terror.

I do think it's neat that I loathed Quitely's art at the time but have become quite the fan of it now. I still think he draws the ugliest Jean ever though (and nobody's drawn Emma attractively since his run either, look at the horror Cassaday comes up with each issue!)

Anyone got nice explanations for both Xorn and Cassandra? (who's back in AXM, somehow) I'd be interested to hear them.

I'll continue my rereads of the issues once my girlfriend gets here, I want to see her reactions. The biggest downside was the incredibly inconsistent art and Marvel's inability to provide a decent alternative to months of nothing and then sudden rushed fill-ins. For the biggest company in comics, you'd think they'd know something about professionalism by now, but nooooo...

Stonebowl said...

I'm going to take a shot at explaining Xorn, so wish me luck. As Morrison intended it, there never was a real Xorn. It was Magneto the whole time. The prison in China was a set-up that would allow Magneto to infiltrate the X-men, even though that stretches my suspension of disbelief, even for Morrison. The issue that's told from Xorn's perspective is a diary entry written for Prof.Xavier, so it's deliberate misdirection from Magneto posing as Xorn. The "Xorn" that Magneto talks to during Planet X is essentially a split personality composed of all the postive, constructive aspects of Magneto's personality that he was expressing as Xorn. Morrison has said in interviews that he never intended for there to be a real Xorn.

However, Xorn was a popular character and Marvel didn't want to lose him. Therefore, they had Chuck Austen do a story to bring him back. I've never read it, but I've heard it's very stupid and confusing. The bottom line is that originally there was never supposed to be a "real" Xorn, but Marvel wanted there to be one, leading to a very convoluted attempt at retconning Morrison's story.

Mike Loughlin said...

I really dug Xorn, and was shocked by the big reveal. Still, I wish he had been around for much longer, and that Morrison had been able to stay on X-Men longer. I read that disagreements with management (over not publishing Marvel Boy 2, I think)cut his run short.

Anonymous said...

While I have mixed feelings about Morrison's X-Men run, what he did very well was shake up the status quo. I like it when things are allowed to change and grow, and the X-Men had been basically the same for years.

Making the school a real school, with a substantial student body, was a good move. So was the concept of Mutant-Town, and the emerging 'mutant culture'.

Unfortunately, Marvel botched the continuation of many of these innovations.

1) They never made any effort to jibe the other X-books with 'New X-Men'.

2) The already expounded-upon Xorn/Magneto mess.

3) No effort to jibe the rest of the Marvel line with the events going on in 'New X-Men'. No mention of the destruction of Genosha, or the devastation Magneto wrought on New York City. Where were the Avengers, the FF, Doctor Strange, and Spider-Man again? Marvel committed a similar mistake by not having Thor bringing Asgard to Earth also touched upon in other Marvel titles. It was like all Marvel comics during that period each existed in their own little universe. Geez, was it really so bad in the days when Avengers mansion could be smashed to the ground and it would be talked about in other Marvel comics?

4) Undoing the 'school' concept of Xavier's with 'Decimation'. Geez, did the depowered kids REALLY need to be all blown up?

5) Having a perfectly good rationale for ditching the colorful costumes, yet bringing them back as soon as Morrison left. "We're in the public eye more, so we need to wear more normal-looking clothes so the general public will trust us more." Makes sense. But then later, they change back: "We need to look like superheroes so the general public will trust us more." Um, sorry, huh?

6) Undoing the concept of Mutant Town and torpedoeing the comic that spotlighted it, 'District X'.

7) Not showing 'Mutant Town' in other comics. Couldn't have Daredevil or Spider-Man at least referenced the place?

8) Undoing the concept of the X-Corps. It was like a Peace Corps only staffed with mutants, Xavier's way of actively spreading his message and work throughout the world. Great idea. Now totally dismanted. Too bad, it gave a lot of mutant characters who didn't have homes elsewhere something to do. Now those characters are depowered, dead, or in limbo again.

Bully said...

I always liken X-Men runs to food:

Claremont and Cockrum's X-Men were like the first box of Lucky Charms you ever had after a steady diet of Rice Krispies. You can have candied marshmallows for breakfast? Why wasn't this innovation invented, like Tang, by our nation's mighty astronauts?

Claremont and Byrne's X-Men were like a good roadside burger and crunchy fries: mainstream cuisine, but off the beaten path and individual enough to be worth recommending to all your friends to show them how hip you were, in the hopes that they didn't tell all their friends and the joint would be overcrowded and become too popular.

Claremont and Lee/Silvestri's X-Men were like McDonald's: suddenly they were serving ten billion a year, and once in a while they'd surprise you with the McRib or some new unusual menu item that wasn't really that innovative but boy howdy, you gets yourself some cravings for that stuff now and again, don'tcha?

Scott Lobdell and Joe Madureira's X-Men were like dropping by 7-11 for a neon green apple Slurpee and a giant bag of sour gummy worms. Good God, that wasn't nutrition, but it satisfied a craving you didn't know you had and yet made you feel vaguely queasy afterward.

Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's X-Men were like liquid polypropylene and ethylene glycol injected directly into the base of your brain by tiny nanites who reproduced all the way down your brain stem.

Chuck Austen's X-Men were like White Castle burgers. Some people love 'em, some people hate 'em. But you can't stop eatin' 'em, even if you hate yourself the next morning.

Now I'm hungry.

Doug said...

There's only one possible way to explain Xorn.

Anonymous said...

I remember finding an issue of Morrison's New X-Men in a magazine shop on Mykonos. I saw that it was a GM book, so I flipped through it.

I believe it was the one where the X-Men + Xorn go out and find a mutant that is blowing stuff up because it's in some larval state.

This was the first, and thus far only, time I have hurriedly put a Morrison book back on the shelf. Sorry, it stank.

But then, I thought "Fall of the Mutants" sucked ass too, which I have been told is now considered some kind of classic. Why? The Morlocks were interesting, and the Marauders weren't. Dull characters kill off interesting characters == bad comics.

Tyler said...

I agree with pretty much everything said here. Morrison did an excellent job of shaking things up and making me care about the X-Men again. With the revelation that mankind would be extinct in three generations, he was able to explore some interesting themes. However, I wasn't a big fan of "secondary mutations," both in concept and execution. Morrison wanted Beast to look like a cat, but nothing else really came out of that. The storytelling wasn't really enhanced by any of the secondary mutations that I can think of. Has anyone else beside the initial people (White Queen, Beast, Angel) experienced a secondary mutation? Is it even mentioned anymore?

As others have said, the run was marred by hideous and inconsistant fill-in art.Igor Kordey's art is amongst the worst I've ever seen in a mainstream comic (although I didn't know he was so rushed, so I'll give him a pass for that). It was rare for three concurrent issues to have the same art team. Overall, I thought that this hurt the effectiveness of the storytelling.

Bill Reed said...

I believe it was the one where the X-Men + Xorn go out and find a mutant that is blowing stuff up because it's in some larval state.

127, maybe? I liked that one. But then, that's the only one I can gather that sounds anything like the one you're talking about. Sure it was a Morrison issue?

Anyway, I really enjoyed Morrison's NXM run, especially the last third that no one else likes (Assault on Weapon Plus was great, dangit. Everything from 'Riot' to the end was superb). The whole run is one big story. And personally, I'm glad the title was in its own little universe... but then, I hate continuity.

Bill Reed said...

Also, for the record, I have never liked the X-Men before or since the Grant Morrison run (and X-Force/Statix by Milligan and Allred). Not even Whedon's, which had a horrible second arc.


Andy said...

"Has anyone else beside the initial people (White Queen, Beast, Angel) experienced a secondary mutation? Is it even mentioned anymore?"

Well, technically, Polaris was the first secondary mutation, from the latter years of Claremont's first run (this was when she turned into a She-Hulk clone). But yeah, it's a pretty stupid idea and probably not a good one to have brought back.

Chris Arndt said...

Well, it was never explained how and why Psylocke and Marvel Girl switched powers before Claremont's second run began.

We just let it go. It happened; I don't care why.

call me jack... said...

"Has anyone else beside the initial people (White Queen, Beast, Angel) experienced a secondary mutation? Is it even mentioned anymore?"

mmm wiki... where would I find all my useless information if it wasn't for you?

even if it is sometimes... er... flat out wrong.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget that marvel also didn't get that
ernst = cassandra
(and Morrison always has some unfortunate art on his series, not just in new x-men, but also, for instance, JLA, seven soldiers seems to be an attempt at turning that around, but now he's back on second tier artists for his batman)

Amadeus Feldspar said...

All this discussion of retconning and different authors completely wiping out previous continuity makes me think that if I am enjoying the current tpbs I have, maybe I should stop before the whole House of M begins. Any thoughts?

Iron Lungfish said...

"Chuck Austen's X-Men were like White Castle burgers."

That's a terrible lie, Bully. White Castle sliders are beloved by many the world over; nobody likes Chuck Austen.

gwalla said...

One thing I really like about a lot of Morrison's work is how he takes established elements and derives surprising but perfectly logical consequences in the world. For example, Mutant Town and the mutant subculture. You've got a distrusted and frequently oppressed minority here, so it makes perfect sense for them to gravitate towards each other for mutual support, and whenever you have a community of people with some things in common with each other and some things separating them from people outside of the community, you've basically got a subculture. Mutant slang, "Magneto Was Right" shirts, and all that make perfect sense. Morrison introduced them all so they seemed almost inevitable—but nobody came to those conclusions before him.

It's nice to see Peter David still using Mutant Town, post-Decimation, in X-Factor.

vericode: Zuxmcbp, Xorn's second cousin

Andy said...

What I truly loved about his run was the idea that mutants had outgrown the whole "superhero" thing--they were just a new culture, plain and simple. Magneto and his "Evil Mutants" were throwbacks. Morrison was setting the stage for mutants to interact with the world in an entirely new way than they had before. It was fascinating.

And two months after he left, they all regressed back to superheroes.


Anonymous said...

For the people who were confused by Xorn, just go here. It explains a lot of Morrison's run.

5c11 said...

It's been a couple weeks so who knows if anyone will read this post, but it's interesting that you make the Grant Morrison/Willy Wonka comparison. You may already know this, but quite a bit of his creations in Doom Patrol, including the Scissor Men (and also the Inky Boys), were based on an old German children's book called Struwwelpeter, which it just so happens Roald Dahl based some of the ideas in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory off of. You learn fun things in children's literature classes.

Obliterati said...

Might you know of a place to get scans of the sentinels slamming into urban Genosha? In "airplane form"? It was in the September 2001 issue and this, like you've mentioned about Morrison's work in general, freaks me the hell out.

I don't own a copy of the comic anymore and would perform great feats of manual labor to get a scan or two of the airliner sentinels hitting those skyscrapers from September 2001.

Hi, I'm Dave.


Anonymous said...



A片,色情,成人,做愛,情色文學,A片下載,色情遊戲,色情影片,色情聊天室,情色電影,免費視訊,免費視訊聊天,免費視訊聊天室,一葉情貼圖片區,情色,情色視訊,免費成人影片,視訊交友,視訊聊天,視訊聊天室,言情小說,愛情小說,AIO,AV片,A漫,av dvd,聊天室,自拍,情色論壇,視訊美女,AV成人網,色情A片,SEX





Anonymous said...

情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣用品,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,情趣,美國aneros,rudeboy,英國rudeboy,英國Rocksoff,德國Fun Factory,Fun Factory,英國甜筒造型按摩座,甜筒造型按摩座,英國Rock Chic ,瑞典 Lelo ,英國Emotional Bliss,英國 E.B,荷蘭 Natural Contours,荷蘭 N C,美國 OhMiBod,美國 OMB,Naughti Nano ,音樂按摩棒,ipod按摩棒,美國 The Screaming O,美國TSO,美國TOPCO,美國Doc Johnson,美國CA Exotic,美國CEN,美國Nasstoy,美國Tonguejoy,英國Je Joue,美國Pipe Dream,美國California Exotic,美國NassToys,美國Vibropod,美國Penthouse,仿真按摩棒,矽膠按摩棒,猛男倒模,真人倒模,仿真倒模,PJUR,Zestra,適趣液,穿戴套具,日本NPG,雙頭龍,FANCARNAL,日本NIPPORI,日本GEL,日本Aqua Style,美國WET,費洛蒙,費洛蒙香水,仿真名器,av女優,打炮,做愛,性愛,口交,吹喇叭,肛交,魔女訓練大師,無線跳蛋,有線跳蛋,震動棒,震動保險套,震動套,TOY-情趣用品,情趣用品網,情趣購物網,成人用品網,情趣用品討論,成人購物網,鎖精套,鎖精環,持久環,持久套,拉珠,逼真按摩棒,名器,超名器,逼真老二,電動自慰,自慰,打手槍,仿真女郎,SM道具,SM,性感內褲,仿真按摩棒,pornograph,hunter系列,h動畫,成人動畫,成人卡通,情色動畫,情色卡通,色情動畫,色情卡通,無修正,禁斷,人妻,極悪調教,姦淫,近親相姦,顏射,盜攝,偷拍,本土自拍,素人自拍,公園露出,街道露出,野外露出,誘姦,迷姦,輪姦,凌辱,痴漢,痴女,素人娘,中出,巨乳,調教,潮吹,av,a片,成人影片,成人影音,線上影片,成人光碟,成人無碼,成人dvd,情色影音,情色影片,情色dvd,情色光碟,航空版,薄碼,色情dvd,色情影音,色情光碟,線上A片,免費A片,A片下載,成人電影,色情電影,TOKYO HOT,SKY ANGEL,一本道,SOD,S1,ALICE JAPAN,皇冠系列,老虎系列,東京熱,亞熱,武士系列,新潮館,情趣用品,情趣,情趣商品,情趣網站,跳蛋,按摩棒,充氣娃娃,自慰套,G點,性感內衣,情趣內衣,角色扮演,生日禮物,生日精品,自慰,打手槍,潮吹,高潮,後庭,情色論譠,影片下載,遊戲下載,手機鈴聲,音樂下載,開獎號碼,統一發票號碼,夜市,統一發票對獎,保險套,做愛,減肥,美容,瘦身,當舖,軟體下載,汽車,機車,手機,來電答鈴,週年慶,美食,徵信社,網頁設計,網站設計,室內設計,靈異照片,同志,聊天室,運動彩券,大樂透,威力彩,搬家公司,除蟲,偷拍,自拍,無名破解,av女優,小說,民宿,大樂透開獎號碼,大樂透中獎號碼,威力彩開獎號碼,討論區,痴漢,懷孕,美女交友,交友,日本av,日本,機票,香水,股市,股市行情, 股市分析,租房子,成人影片,免費影片,醫學美容,免費算命,算命,姓名配對,姓名學,姓名學免費,遊戲,好玩遊戲,好玩遊戲區,線上遊戲,新遊戲,漫畫,線上漫畫,動畫,成人圖片,桌布,桌布下載,電視節目表,線上電視,線上a片,線上掃毒,線上翻譯,購物車,身分證製造機,身分證產生器,手機,二手車,中古車,法拍屋,歌詞,音樂,音樂網,火車,房屋,情趣用品,情趣,情趣商品,情趣網站,跳蛋,按摩棒,充氣娃娃,自慰套, G點,性感內衣,情趣內衣,角色扮演,生日禮物,精品,禮品,自慰,打手槍,潮吹,高潮,後庭,情色論譠,影片下載,遊戲下載,手機鈴聲,音樂下載,開獎號碼,統一發票,夜市,保險套,做愛,減肥,美容,瘦身,當舖,軟體下載,汽車,機車,手機,來電答鈴,週年慶,美食,徵信社,網頁設計,網站設計,室內設計,靈異照片,同志,聊天室,運動彩券,,大樂透,威力彩,搬家公司,除蟲,偷拍,自拍,無名破解, av女優,小說,民宿,大樂透開獎號碼,大樂透中獎號碼,威力彩開獎號碼,討論區,痴漢,懷孕,美女交友,交友,日本av ,日本,機票,香水,股市,股市行情,股市分析,租房子,成人影片,免費影片,醫學美容,免費算命,算命,姓名配對,姓名學,姓名學免費,遊戲,好玩遊戲,好玩遊戲區,線上遊戲,新遊戲,漫畫,線上漫畫,動畫,成人圖片,桌布,桌布下載,電視節目表,線上電視,線上a片,線上a片,線上翻譯,購物車,身分證製造機,身分證產生器,手機,二手車,中古車,法拍屋,歌詞,音樂,音樂網,借錢,房屋,街頭籃球,找工作,旅行社,六合彩,水噹噹,台中隆鼻,果凍隆乳,改運整型,自體脂肪移植,新娘造型,婚禮顧問,下川島,常平,常平,珠海,澳門機票,香港機票,貸款,貸款,信用貸款,宜蘭民宿,花蓮民宿,未婚聯誼,網路購物,婚友,婚友社,未婚聯誼,交友,婚友,婚友社,單身聯誼,未婚聯誼,未婚聯誼, 婚友社,婚友,婚友社,單身聯誼,婚友,未婚聯誼,婚友社,未婚聯誼,單身聯誼,單身聯誼,白蟻,白蟻,除蟲,老鼠,減肥,減肥,在家工作,在家工作,水噹噹,台中隆鼻,果凍隆乳,改運整型,自體脂肪移植,新娘造型,婚禮顧問,下川島,常平,常平,珠海,澳門機票,香港機票,貸款,貸款,信用貸款,宜蘭民宿,花蓮民宿,未婚聯誼,網路購物,婚友,婚友社,未婚聯誼,交友,婚友,婚友社,單身聯誼,未婚聯誼,未婚聯誼, 婚友社,婚友,婚友社,單身聯誼,婚友,未婚聯誼,婚友社,未婚聯誼,單身聯誼,單身聯誼,白蟻,白蟻,除蟲,老鼠,減肥,減肥,在家工作,在家工作,婚友,單身聯誼,未婚聯誼,婚友,交友,交友,婚友社,婚友社,婚友社,大陸新娘,大陸新娘,越南新娘,越南新娘,外籍新娘,外籍新娘,台中坐月子中心,搬家公司,搬家公司,中和搬家,台北搬家,板橋搬家,新店搬家,線上客服,網頁設計,線上客服,網頁設計,植牙,關鍵字,關鍵字,seo,seo,網路排名,自然排序,網路排名軟體,交友,越南新娘,婚友社,外籍新娘,大陸新娘,越南新娘,交友,外籍新娘,視訊聊天,大陸新娘,婚友社,婚友,越南新娘,大陸新娘,越南新娘,視訊交友,外籍新娘,網路排名,網路排名軟體,網站排名優化大師,關鍵字排名大師,網站排名seo大師,關鍵字行銷專家,關鍵字,seo,關鍵字行銷,網頁排序,網頁排名,關鍵字大師,seo大,自然排名,網站排序,網路行銷創業,汽車借款,汽車借錢,汽車貸款,汽車貸款,拉皮,抽脂,近視雷射,隆乳,隆鼻,變性,雙眼皮,眼袋,牙齒,下巴,植牙,人工植牙,植髮,雷射美容,膠原蛋白,皮膚科,醫學美容,玻尿酸,肉毒桿菌,微晶瓷,電波拉皮,脈衝光,關鍵字,關鍵字,seo,seo,網路排名,自然排序,網路排名軟體,英語演講,托福,Toastmaster,汽車借款,汽車借款,汽車借款,汽車貸款,汽車貸款,借錢,借貸,當舖,借款,借貸,借錢,週轉,

Anonymous said...

^^ nice blog!! ^@^

徵信, 徵信, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信社, 感情挽回, 婚姻挽回, 挽回婚姻, 挽回感情, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信, 捉姦, 徵信公司, 通姦, 通姦罪, 抓姦, 抓猴, 捉猴, 捉姦, 監聽, 調查跟蹤, 反跟蹤, 外遇問題, 徵信, 捉姦, 女人徵信, 女子徵信, 外遇問題, 女子徵信, 徵信社, 外遇, 徵信公司, 徵信網, 外遇蒐證, 抓姦, 抓猴, 捉猴, 調查跟蹤, 反跟蹤, 感情挽回, 挽回感情, 婚姻挽回, 挽回婚姻, 外遇沖開, 抓姦, 女子徵信, 外遇蒐證, 外遇, 通姦, 通姦罪, 贍養費, 徵信, 徵信社, 抓姦, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信公司, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信公司, 徵信社, 徵信公司, 女人徵信, 外遇

徵信, 徵信網, 徵信社, 徵信網, 外遇, 徵信, 徵信社, 抓姦, 徵信, 女人徵信, 徵信社, 女人徵信社, 外遇, 抓姦, 徵信公司, 徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信社, 女人徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 女子徵信社, 女子徵信社, 女子徵信社, 女子徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社,

徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 外遇, 抓姦, 離婚, 外遇,離婚,

徵信, 外遇, 離婚, 徵信社, 徵信, 外遇, 抓姦, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 外遇, 徵信社, 徵信, 外遇, 抓姦, 徵信社, 征信, 征信, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 征信, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信, 徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信社, 徵信, 外遇, 抓姦

Anonymous said...

豆豆聊天室 aio交友愛情館 2008真情寫真 2009真情寫真 aa片免費看 捷克論壇 微風論壇 大眾論壇 plus論壇 080視訊聊天室 情色視訊交友90739 美女交友-成人聊天室 色情小說 做愛成人圖片區 豆豆色情聊天室 080豆豆聊天室 小辣妹影音交友網 台中情人聊天室 桃園星願聊天室 高雄網友聊天室 新中台灣聊天室 中部網友聊天室 嘉義之光聊天室 基隆海岸聊天室 中壢網友聊天室 南台灣聊天室 南部聊坊聊天室 台南不夜城聊天室 南部網友聊天室 屏東網友聊天室 台南網友聊天室 屏東聊坊聊天室 雲林網友聊天室 大學生BBS聊天室 網路學院聊天室 屏東夜語聊天室 孤男寡女聊天室 一網情深聊天室 心靈饗宴聊天室 流星花園聊天室 食色男女色情聊天室 真愛宣言交友聊天室 情人皇朝聊天室 上班族成人聊天室 上班族f1影音視訊聊天室 哈雷視訊聊天室 080影音視訊聊天室 38不夜城聊天室 援交聊天室080 080哈啦聊天室 台北已婚聊天室 已婚廣場聊天室 夢幻家族聊天室 摸摸扣扣同學會聊天室 520情色聊天室 QQ成人交友聊天室 免費視訊網愛聊天室 愛情公寓免費聊天室 拉子性愛聊天室 柔情網友聊天室 哈啦影音交友網 哈啦影音視訊聊天室 櫻井莉亞三點全露寫真集 123上班族聊天室 尋夢園上班族聊天室 成人聊天室上班族 080上班族聊天室 6k聊天室 粉紅豆豆聊天室 080豆豆聊天網 新豆豆聊天室 080聊天室 免費音樂試聽 流行音樂試聽 免費aa片試看A片 免費a長片線上看 色情貼影片 免費a長片 本土成人貼圖站 大台灣情色網 台灣男人幫論壇 A圖網 嘟嘟成人電影網 火辣春夢貼圖網 情色貼圖俱樂部 台灣成人電影 絲襪美腿樂園 18美女貼圖區 柔情聊天網 707網愛聊天室聯盟 台北69色情貼圖區 38女孩情色網 台灣映像館 波波成人情色網站 美女成人貼圖區 無碼貼圖力量 色妹妹性愛貼圖區 日本女優貼圖網 日本美少女貼圖區 亞洲風暴情色貼圖網 哈啦聊天室 美少女自拍貼圖 辣妹成人情色網 台北女孩情色網 辣手貼圖情色網 AV無碼女優影片 男女情色寫真貼圖 a片天使俱樂部 萍水相逢遊戲區 平水相逢遊戲區 免費視訊交友90739 免費視訊聊天 辣妹視訊 - 影音聊天網 080視訊聊天室 日本美女肛交 美女工廠貼圖區 百分百貼圖區 亞洲成人電影情色網 台灣本土自拍貼圖網 麻辣貼圖情色網 好色客成人圖片貼圖區 711成人AV貼圖區 台灣美女貼圖區 筱萱成人論壇 咪咪情色貼圖區 momokoko同學會視訊 kk272視訊 情色文學小站 成人情色貼圖區 嘟嘟成人網 嘟嘟情人色網 - 貼圖區 免費色情a片下載 台灣情色論壇 成人影片分享 免費視訊聊天區 微風 成人 論壇 kiss文學區 taiwankiss文學區

Anonymous said...

看房子,買房子,建商自售,自售,台北新成屋,台北豪宅,新成屋,豪宅,美髮儀器,美髮,儀器,髮型,EMBA,MBA,學位,EMBA,專業認證,認證課程,博士學位,DBA,PHD,在職進修,碩士學位,推廣教育,DBA,進修課程,碩士學位,網路廣告,關鍵字廣告,關鍵字,課程介紹,學分班,文憑,牛樟芝,段木,牛樟菇,日式料理, 台北居酒屋,日本料理,結婚,婚宴場地,推車飲茶,港式點心,尾牙春酒,台北住宿,國內訂房,台北HOTEL,台北婚宴,飯店優惠,台北結婚,場地,住宿,訂房,HOTEL,飯店,造型系列,學位,牛樟芝,腦磷脂,磷脂絲胺酸,SEO,婚宴,捷運,學區,美髮,儀器,髮型,牛樟芝,腦磷脂,磷脂絲胺酸,看房子,買房子,建商自售,自售,房子,捷運,學區,台北新成屋,台北豪宅,新成屋,豪宅,學位,碩士學位,進修,在職進修, 課程,教育,學位,證照,mba,文憑,學分班,網路廣告,關鍵字廣告,關鍵字,SEO,关键词,网络广告,关键词广告,SEO,关键词,网络广告,关键词广告,SEO,台北住宿,國內訂房,台北HOTEL,台北婚宴,飯店優惠,住宿,訂房,HOTEL,飯店,婚宴,台北住宿,國內訂房,台北HOTEL,台北婚宴,飯店優惠,住宿,訂房,HOTEL,飯店,婚宴,台北住宿,國內訂房,台北HOTEL,台北婚宴,飯店優惠,住宿,訂房,HOTEL,飯店,婚宴,結婚,婚宴場地,推車飲茶,港式點心,尾牙春酒,台北結婚,場地,結婚,場地,推車飲茶,港式點心,尾牙春酒,台北結婚,婚宴場地,結婚,婚宴場地,推車飲茶,港式點心,尾牙春酒,台北結婚,場地,居酒屋,燒烤,美髮,儀器,髮型,美髮,儀器,髮型,美髮,儀器,髮型,美髮,儀器,髮型,小套房,小套房,進修,在職進修,留學,證照,MBA,EMBA,留學,MBA,EMBA,留學,進修,在職進修,牛樟芝,段木,牛樟菇,關鍵字排名,網路行銷,关键词排名,网络营销,網路行銷,關鍵字排名,关键词排名,网络营销,PMP,在職專班,研究所在職專班,碩士在職專班,PMP,證照,在職專班,研究所在職專班,碩士在職專班,SEO,廣告,關鍵字,關鍵字排名,網路行銷,網頁設計,網站設計,網站排名,搜尋引擎,網路廣告,SEO,廣告,關鍵字,關鍵字排名,網路行銷,網頁設計,網站設計,網站排名,搜尋引擎,網路廣告,SEO,廣告,關鍵字,關鍵字排名,網路行銷,網頁設計,網站設計,網站排名,搜尋引擎,網路廣告,SEO,廣告,關鍵字,關鍵字排名,網路行銷,網頁設計,網站設計,網站排名,搜尋引擎,網路廣告,EMBA,MBA,PMP


Anonymous said...

借錢 票貼 借錢 借貸 借貸 借錢 當舖 借貸 當舖 當舖 票貼 借款 借貸 借錢 票貼 二胎 週轉 融資 借錢 借款 當舖 二胎 票貼 借貸 借錢 借貸 票貼 當舖黃頁 借錢黃頁 貼現黃頁 借錢黃頁 借貸黃頁 借貸黃頁 當舖黃頁 貼現黃頁 票貼黃頁 二胎黃頁 融資黃頁 借錢 借貸 票貼 借貸 借錢優質黃頁 借貸優質黃頁 票貼黃頁 借錢 當舖 票貼 借錢 借貸 借款 貼現 貼現 當舖聯盟網 當舖聯盟網 當舖聯盟網 借錢 借貸 當舖 票貼 借貸 借錢 當舖聯盟網 當舖聯盟網 網站分類 網站搜索 網站搜尋 網站黃頁 網站名錄 網址目錄 directory 網站登錄 網站目錄 交換連結 台灣網站指南 網站指南 借錢 借錢 借貸 票貼 票貼

Blogger said...

If you need your ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend to come crawling back to you on their knees (even if they're dating somebody else now) you must watch this video
right away...

(VIDEO) Win your ex back with TEXT messages?