"Not now, Scott. I'm busy!"
"Uh sorry. Just thought you should know, there's some guy in a white bunny suit polishing the heat seeking Stinger missiles on your hover chair."
My hover chair. Yes. That might be a good way to deal with Henchman. Or perhaps I could just take control of his mind and have him stop his own heart. Or maybe beat himself to death. Yes, that might be fun.
Wait, what on Earth am I thinking? I don't want to kill Henchman. But he did force himself . . no . . Maggie went to him willingly. She initiated their affair. Or so it would seem.
Maybe Henchman did corrupt her somehow. Perhaps he found some kind of mind control device and subsumed her will. He's in league with all those super-villains like Captain Koma and Dr. Doom. Yes. He some how . .
But no, there was no memory in his mind of any of that. I searched him thoroughly. All the way back to his earliest childhood. I know everything about him. He had a chiuawa named Teacup when he was five that he loved with the innocence of a child. Perhaps it was seeing that dog killed that sent him on his path of evil. I can't really blame him for what happened.
Why the hell not? He is a super-villain. Or at least a wannabe. He knew Maggie was involved in a serious relationship. He made comments about it enough on Last Gladiator. That bastard! He was probably planning the whole thing then! I'll melt his brain!! I'll . . I'll . .
Get hold of yourself Xavier. I'm not killing anyone. That would be Wolverine's reaction. I have to be logical. Dispassionate.
Wolverine. Yes, he's a killer. And he's loyal. He's fought Henchman. It wouldn't take much for me to have him kill that bastard. Yes. That's what I'll . .
"Uh, Professor? What about Bunnyman?"
"Scott, his name is Arthur. Go make nice. I have things to do."