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X-Men Apocolamazing

Yes. There are spoilers in this blog.

I am an X-Men comic lover.

I did not travel on my own funds in University because I spent my money on back issues of the Marvel Universe including but not exclusive to Uncanny X-Men and all of the significant offshoots of it. 613 more words

Chris Claremont

X-Men: Back To The 90's Part 1

For some children of the 90’s, their introduction to the Children Of The Atom didn’t occur directly with the famous Chris Claremont and Jim Lee debut of the title, but indirectly from the FOX cartoon loosely based off of that duo’s run. 1,416 more words

Excalibur Special Edition

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Something big today! Tuesday, I recapped an issue of X-Factor. So today, normally, would be Alpha Flight. But sometimes the world is a good place, so I get a treat. 1,625 more words

Comics

[Review] Dios ama, el hombre mata

Título: Dios ama, el hombre mata /God loves, man kills
Autor: Chris Claremont.

Sinopsis: “Los X-men. Magneto, maestro del magnetismo. Uno de sus mayores enemigos por años. 202 more words

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Uncanny X-Men #228 (1988, April)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). My Internet is idiotically slow today, which is why this is so late going up. It took forever just to get onto this site. 1,643 more words

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Monday's Mutant is Destiny

Some of the most interesting characters in the X-Men are those that are considered to be supporting characters.  However, with the history of the mutant Mystique being changed by the X-Men movie franchise, some of these characters are becoming lost to the current comic book fan. 437 more words

Comic Books

Uncanny X-Men #227 (1988, March)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Happy Free Comic Book Day! Now, by Claremont, Silvestri, Green, Wray and Orzechowski, “The Belly of the Beast.” 1,357 more words

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