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Uncanny X-Men #226 (1988, February)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Today, by Claremont, Silvestri, Green, Oliver (with Bill Wray) and Orzechowski, “Go Tell the Spartans.”

Half the X-Men (and Mystique) are inside Eagle Plaza, the other half are outside as captives of Freedom Force, while Destiny shouts about there’s no future. 2,268 more words

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Uncanny X-Men #225 (1988, January)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). I did a livetweet of The Force Awakens last night, if you’re interested. For today, by Claremont, Silvestri, Green, Oliver and Orzechowski, “False Dawn.” 1,374 more words

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Missed! Ran out! Dang! Unnhh!

Let’s begin with a serious observation: this is art by Carmine Infantino we’re talking about, and that is a woman’s body for a woman character – no “objectification,” no high heels, no prancing model-on-runway posture. 1,518 more words

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Camden Comic Con Returns This Weekend

The third annual Camden Comic Con, taking place at the Rutgers Camden campus’ Athletics & Fitness Center in Camden, NJ, will be open to geeks of all ages this Saturday, April 9th, from 10am to 6pm. 622 more words

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Uncanny X-Men #224 (1987, December)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Today, by Claremont, Silvestri, Wiacek, Oliver and Orzechowksi, “The Dark Before the Dawn.”

We open with Storm. She’s wearing some sort of Native American-style garb. 2,551 more words

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X-Men Annual #11 (1987, November)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Today’s issue is a weird one. By Claremont, Davis, Neary, Oliver and Orzechowski, “Lost In the Funhouse.”

Wolverine comes home, drunk and singing loudly enough to wake everyone. 1,368 more words

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