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Uncanny X-Men #202 (1986, February)

Today, sadly, we have a Secret Wars II tie-in. By Claremont and JRJr, “X-Men . . . I’ve Gone To Kill . . . the Beyonder!” 920 more words



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Chris Claremont and Frank Miller (story)
Frank Miller (art) 1,861 more words

Comic Books: Reviews And History

New Mutants #25 (1986, January)

I just brushed so much fur off my cat. But now, by Claremont and Mary Wilshire, “The Times, They Are A’Chagin’.”

Magneto introduces himself to the Mutants, and explains that Xavier’s gone and left him in charge of the school. 781 more words


My Favorite Fantastic Four Runs

I’ve been on a Fantastic Four kick lately, re-reading lots of old FF adventures and loving them. Like DC’s Challengers of the Unknown, the FF is a very pulp-style concept and it lends itself to those kinds of storytelling. 692 more words


X-Men and Alpha Flight #2 (1986, January)

Summer’s here. It’s getting hot. Ugh. By Claremont and Smith, “The Gift: Part 2.”

Talisman is wandering the catacombs, looking for Kitty and Rachel, wishing she was wearing jeans and hiking boots rather than her costume. 1,190 more words


Uncanny X-Men #201 (1986, January)

All right, we now start on 1986’s comics. By Claremont and Rick Leonardi, “Duel.”

The X-Men return home to find Madelyne’s had her son. It puts them in a playful mood. 1,768 more words


Graphic Novel Review - The Uncanny X-Men, Vol. 1 & 2

The X-Men were created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1963 as part of a campaign to meet the increasing demand for superhero comics after the success of  1,161 more words

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