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Excalibur #2 (1988, November)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). And now it’s time for something fun! Today, by Claremont, Davis, Neary, Oliver and Orzechowski, “A Warwolf Possessed.” 747 more words

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When I Was a Kid I Wanted To Be a Comic Book Artist When I Grew Up!

Carrying on from where we left off last week, Wolverine is having a square-go with a bear. Taken from the Miller/Claremont mini-series.

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Wolverine #1 (1988, November)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). I’m skipping work today, because I don’t feel well. Bleh. I can’t afford to take days off, but there’s no way I’d be able to stand for any extended period of time. 995 more words

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Marvel Comics Presents #6 and 7 (1988, November)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). I just want to do something quick. So, by Claremont, John Buscema, Janson, Oliver and Buhalis, “Save the Tiger Chapter 6: Things Get Bad.” 669 more words

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When I Was a Kid I Wanted To Be a Comic Book Artist When I Grew Up!

Not the best art from my childhood, I grant you. If you’ve been following previous posts, it’s from the Wolverine mini-series by Claremont an  Miller. This is Wolvie chopping a bear’s arm off.

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CAPSULE REVIEW -BILL SIENKIEWICZ'S NEW MUTANTS - IDW

The first time I saw Bill Sienkiewicz’s art was several years ago in a collected trade paperback for Elektra Assassin. It was a very detailed and surreal art style that more than matched Frank Miller’s equally strange story. 998 more words

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“Gambit”

Gambit.

Gambit…

You know Gambit, right?

That sexy, Cajun mutant with the ability to control the kinetic energy of things he touches? Tends to power up playing cards and throw them at people, because he’s a bit of a gambler (gambler, Gambit, get it?), but also carries a staff that can do some serious damage when he charges it up. 464 more words

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