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When I Was a Kid I Wanted To Be a Comic Book Artist When I Grew Up!

Carrying on from the last time I uploaded some of my drawings, this was taken from the Claremont and Miller Wolverine mini-series.

The larger version is over here.


Wolverine #4 (1989, February)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). I got to hang out with a friend today, which is why this is so late going up. We exchanged Christmas gifts. 905 more words


Episode 57 - Bob McLeod & Gilmore Girls


A jam-packed episode as Artist & Co-Creator of Marvel’s New Mutants Bob McLeod joins Brad to talk about his career.

Heather is back to talk about Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. 91 more words


November 25: Happy Birthday Joel Kinnaman and Ricardo Montalban

Joel Kinnaman, who turns 37, was born in Sweden to an American father and a Swedish mother.  He began acting in Swedish cinema, making several appearances in a long-running film series about a police officer named Johan Falk.  1,503 more words

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Uncanny X-Men #241 (1989, February)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). My pull list for tomorrow is up, if you wanted to see it. But now, by Claremont, Silvestri, Green, Oliver and Orzechowski, “Inferno, Part the Second: Fan the Flames!” 1,348 more words


Wolverine #3 (1989, January)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Tomorrow’s the American election. So today, I’m talking about a Canadian ina (fictional) Asian country. Makes sense. By Claremont, Buscema, Williamson, Oliver and Orzechowski, “The Black Blade.” 952 more words


'X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills' Is As Relevant As Ever...

While cross-company promotional policies may have shifted the X-Men to the sidelines in Marvel’s comic catalogue of late (as Fox, not Disney, owns the rights to make X-Men movies), I’d argue the X-Men are as relevant now as they’ve ever been.  2,789 more words

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