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Uncanny X-Men #207 (1986, July)

Hey, I got a review up today! By Claremont and JRJr, “Ghosts.”

Wolverine is in a post-apocalyptic New York, screaming for Phoenix. He tries to kill her. 864 more words


Why We Love Villains: Magneto

He was ranked IGN’s number one villain, so we think he’s worth talking about. Here’s the villain you voted for the mutant with magnetism, Magneto! 682 more words


New Mutants #40

I hate summer. It sucks so much. Today, by Claremont and Jackson Guice, “Avengers Assemble!”

The Avengers are woken in the middle of the night by a sheriff calling about a threat from Magneto. 1,122 more words


Why I love comics - The X-Men

I did a drawing of Storm this week for the Oz Comics weekly draw off.

She’s been recast in the movies recently. She’s just come off a fairly middle of the road series that managed to last 11 issues, thanks to the best efforts of writer  1,895 more words

Uncanny X-Men #206 (1986, June)

So, I’ve won two new books from Goodreads. Call me Pomeroy, by James Hanna, and Kasmah Forma, by S. Vagus. But for today, by Claremont and JRJr, “Freedom Is A Four Letter Word!” 690 more words


Marvel Fanfare #5, 1982 "To Steal the Sorcerer's Soul!" and "Shall Freedom Endure..."

A title that gets barely any attention but really resonates with me is Marvel Fanfare. I’m typically not a big anthology book guy, but this one always intrigued me. 214 more words

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