Yeah, but Rogue is meant to be, like, 14 or 15. And Peter Parker hasn't aged 2 or 3 years, so she can't have either, and Gambit aint no 15 year old! And shouldn't he be in a coma or something after that cover?
It's difficult to decipher someone's age in this title. Ever since Rogue said that someone dying at the age of 17 was young, I was under the impression that Beast was only 17... Then again, I got the feeling that he was signifigantly older than Spider-Man. Who knows, but I don't think it's that bigga deal. Angel and Husk are dating, right? They're, like, what? 10 years apart at least?
Yeah, well I'm almost 19 and I wouldn't go with a 15 year old. I haven't got anything against couples with wide age differences but a person changes a lot between 15 and 18. A 15 year old is still considered a child, whilst an 18 year old is considered a young adult.
So, my guess is still that Rogue is gonna end up with Gambit because the description to the issue says that Rogue makes a decision that affects her relationship with Bobby. And the cover puts the words into pictures.
To clarify, there is some maturity issues between people that have an age gap. I am sort of infatuated with a freshman right now (I'm a junior) but I can't see anything come out of it because she's too superficial and snotty for my tastes. I don't see juniors or seniors running around like she does, so I would assume that it's maturity.
Anyway, I am thinking that Rogue explores a relationship with Gambit, however, when she thinks about it, she is only doing it in spite of the kiss between Iceman and Shadowcat. She'll go back to Iceman and the X-Men in no time... If Gambit and her were to stick together and Gambit didn't join the team, I could see Rogue leaving.
I dont think he'll abandon her. I mean, the kiss between him and Kitty was just sudden, but doesnt mean anything (although I think they make a better couple). Bobby and Rogue may "split up" in the future, but that doesnt mean that he'll treat her any different. She can still stay there with Gambit (if they do end up together).