“Yes Morph was confessing romantic feelings for Logan”: X-Men ’97 Creator Finally Does Justice to 1 Relationship of Wolverine That is Often Overlooked

Beau DeMayo confirmed the true meaning behind this popular Wolverine and Morph scene in from the season finale of X-Men ’97 that has got every one talking!

Morph, Wolverine in X-Men ‘97

It is no secret that the Beau DeMayo show X-Men ’97 has been surprising fans with its brilliance from the get-go. One thing the show handles in a delicate way that the audiences are happy about is the dynamic between Morph and Wolverine. Now, what sets the X-Men lore apart is its emphasis on human drama amidst plenty of mutant action. It has never hesitated to dig deep into complex subject matters like relationships and cracks within friendships, among other things.

Wolverine in X-Men ‘97 (Image via Marvel Studios)
Similarly, while Wolverine’s feelings for Morph stop at friendship, Morph seems to be brewing something deeper in his mind. DeMayo, sensing the fans’ burning questions, finally addressed this matter on the social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter). Fans are happy with the revelation!

X-Men ’97 Explores the Always Overlooked Wolverine-Morph Dynamic!

Fans are absolutely loving the newfound focus on the dynamic duo of Morph and Wolverine, in X-Men ’97, which is a refreshing departure from all the traditional X-Men animated narratives. Despite their limited screen time together, their bond shines through, capturing millions of hearts on the way.

The series takes a subtle but significant step by somewhat confirming Morph’s non-binary identity, although it sticks to ’90s terminology, using he/him pronouns. This adds depth to Morph’s character and undoubtedly resonates with modern audiences while maintaining the nostalgic charm of the original series. Furthermore, it also gave the writers a chance to make one wrong right.

Morph in X-Men '97
In the season finale, Morph is seen morphing into Jean and confessing love to Wolverine when he is in a critical condition, by saying, “I love you Logan, stay with me”. Although this isn’t the only Wolverine-Morph scene in the animated show that has got the fans talking, it is most certainly the most important one of them all!

Since then, fans have been debating to find out the true meaning behind that line. It is no secret that in X-Men ’97, it is evident that the once-dominant Jean/Scott/Logan love triangle takes a backseat. Although no particular reason for that choice has been made public, it can be speculated that it can majorly be to explore the complicated yet heartwarming relationship that Wolverine and Morph have. While hints suggest Wolverine may come out as bisexual, as it did in the comics, it remains nothing more than just mere speculation.

While Wolverine is often associated with female love interests like Jean and Mariko from The Wolverine, his romantic history also includes male partners. In fact, Logan and Hercules shared a romantic relationship for a period. Although it is not known which route the new X-Men show will follow in the future, fans are definitely hoping to see more of Wolverine and Morph.

Beau DeMayo Confirms Morph’s Confession of Love for Wolverine in X-Men ’97!

That particular scene has made quite a splash on the internet. Thus, to clear the air, show creator Beau DeMayo came to the rescue. DeMayo’s recent comments revealed that it was indeed Morph confessing his one-sided feelings.

And this is, in fact, huge! Overall, X-Men ’97 continues to captivate audiences with its blend of nostalgic charm and progressive storytelling. These themes of identity, love, and other complicated matters of the heart in the series not only resonate with longtime fans but with a new audience as well, cementing its place as a standout for sure!

Jean Grey in X-Men '97

Setting aside the romantic drama, this X-Men series shines a spotlight on the genuine bond and friendship between its characters right from the get-go. Looking ahead, X-Men ’97 might dive into Morph’s one-sided affection for his teammate. However, it is also important to note that their friendship is crucial for both, especially since Wolverine isn’t exactly known for cozying up to his fellow X-Men.

Morph is truly a rare find in Wolverine’s life, a pal he can let his hair down with. And it’s not just a one-way street, Wolverine’s got Morph’s back too, especially after all the chaos with Mister Sinister unfolded. Their friendship undoubtedly serves as a guiding light for Morph, reminding him he’s never alone in the mutant mayhem.

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