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Sunday Scan - Al Milgrom

Time for another edition of Sunday Scan. Today’s cover is 1984’s Kitty Pryde & Wolverine #1. This Marvel Limited series featured Wolverine’s demonic enemy Ogun. Kitty undergoes some serious training both mental and physical and by the end of this mini-series she’s as much of a Ninja as she is a super-hero. 62 more words

Geekery

X-Men and Alpha Flight #1 (1985, December)

Today’s issue is chronologically misplaced! By Chris Claremont and Paul Smith, “The Gift: Part 1.”

A cargo plane is flying through rough weather, carrying a Canadian-American survey team. 1,296 more words

Comics

X-Men Annual #9 (1985, December)

Part 2 of the Asgard Adventures! By Claremont and Adams, “There’s No Place Like Home.”

The X-Men are awoken by a loud scream. It’s KItty, screaming in agony from a nightmare. 1,860 more words

Comics

They Can't All Be Matches

While metahumans, mutants, and demigods certainly outperform actual police officers in terms of apocalypse prevention and supervillain apprehension, they are more often than not sorely lacking in another important aspect of crime fighting; Undercover work. 1,817 more words

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New Mutants Special Edition #1 (1985, December)

For Asgard! By Claremont and Arthur Adams, “Home Is Where the Heart Is.”

Loki is watching his DVR of Surtur’s invasion of Earth, and the heroes fighting his forces. 2,503 more words

Comics

New Mutants #34 (1985, December)

There’s a fly in my room. It’s annoying. You know what’s not annoying? Today’s story, by Claremont and Leialoha, “With A Little Bit of Luck!” 770 more words

Comics

RIP Captain Britain's Herb Trimpe

We’ve just recently learnt via Comicbook.com the sad news that Captain Britain co-creator Herb Trimpe has passed away today.

Of course Herb was responsible for many more famous creations than Captain Britain, but here on this blog we choose to celebrate his work on the UK’s finest superhero. 256 more words

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