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themarvelproject · 2 hours ago
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June 2021 marks the 30th anniversary of Marvel's Mutant Genesis!
The summer of 1991 was a great time to be an X-Fan.  Marvel shifted into high gear with the introduction of new titles and creative teams that produced incredible storylines. The House of Ideas made a full-court press with its promotional campaign for Mutant Genesis, including creator appearances on the comic convention circuit, comic and fanzine advertising as well as an amazing set of retail displays and posters.
X-Force #1 - Marvel kicked off Mutant Genesis with X-Force #1 on June 25, 1991 following the finale of the New Mutants four months earlier with issue #100. With plot and art by Rob Liefeld and script by Fabian Nicieza, X-Force #1 hit like a big-budget summer blockbuster with tons of action along with plot twists and teasers for future stories.
X-Men #1 - Mutant Genesis continued on August 13, 1991 with the release of X-Men #1 amid extraordinary anticipation. This new title by Chris Claremont, Jim Lee and Scott Williams divided the X-Men into two separate tactical teams and introduced the Acolytes as new villains that would catalyze the return of Magneto as a villain.
Uncanny X-Men #281 - Plotted by Jim Lee and Whilce Portacio with script by John Byrne and art by Whilce Portacio and Art Thibert, Uncanny X-Men #281 introduces Trevor Fitzroy, a villain from the future who stages a vicious attack against the Hellfire Club in an attempt to win leadership of the Upstarts from Sebastian Shaw’s son Shinobi.
X-Factor #71 - As the original X-Men return to their core teams, Professor Xavier renews his government ties to help the U.S. form a new group under the leadership of Havoc with members Wolfsbane, Madrox, Polaris and Strong Guy in a fun and quirky title written by Peter David with art by Larry Stroman and Al Milgrom.  
Excalibur #42 - Co-creator Alan Davis returned to the title as writer and artist alongside inker Mark Farmer with Excalibur #42 in a story that starts with the destruction of the team's lighthouse headquarters and is followed by the return of the bizarre extra-dimensional group called Technet and the introduction of a new hero Kylun.
Mutant Genesis had a seismic effect on the X-Universe and these titles brought together some truly remarkable creators that dazzled readers with amazing art and fantastic stories that channeled the best of the X-Men's history while introducing an incredible new array of characters and plots.  These comics definitely stand the test of time and I'm looking forward to exploring them further over the summer.
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big-gay-apocalypse · 5 hours ago
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She’s rude and she’s a rebel
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douxreviews · 6 hours ago
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An X-Men Retrospective: Part 4
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"Iraq didn't have weapons of mass destruction. And every time this team goes into the field, we remind the world that we do."
In the penultimate instalment of my journey through X-Men history I'll be championing the brief, brilliant and criminally overlooked tenure of Kieron Gillen, before navigating the many highs and lows of Brian Michael Bendis' divisive run.
Read the full article at douxreviews.com
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big-gay-apocalypse · 20 hours ago
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Hot as a  midsummer sun and fierce as a blood fight
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dashumankapital · a day ago
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No. You people hate him. People on the street love him.
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andzia267 · a day ago
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Logan/Kurt Wagner
Logan/Ororo Munroe/Kurt Wagner (implied)
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– To nasza ostatnia noc Elfie – zaczął – Nie chciałbyś spróbować modlitwy w ziemski sposób? Modlitwy do tego w co ja wierzę? – zapytał i wziął kolejny łyk.
Kurt wyraźnie przełknął ślinę, a następnie popił piwem, po którym się skrzywił.
Wolverine obserwował każdy ruch jego ściskającego się gardła. Mokre od piwa usta, po których spłynęła pojedyncza kropla.
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themarvelproject · a day ago
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Thunderbird and the All-New, All-Different X-Men by Art Adams (2000)  Does anyone know the background of this piece and what - if anything - it was used for?
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rzerox21xx · 2 days ago
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Out of Print har  x-men eve of destruction Hardcover Marvel HC. Condition is "Like New". Shipped with media mail i could use the money but im reasonable with offers but please be considerate. I respond very quickly.
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maxmarvel12345 · 3 days ago
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Cullen Bunn’s Unused Uncanny X-Men concept art pitch designs (2019)
In 2015, I was asked to take over UNCANNY X-MEN. We all know that yielded the Magneto-led team. My first pitch, however, was a cosmic team with Rachel Summers in charge and a new Captain Britain ~ Cullen Bunn
Artist design by: Brian Hurtt
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douxreviews · 4 days ago
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An X-Men Retrospective: Part 1
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"To me, my X-Men."
This all started as a follow up to one of my Doux Five posts about classic comic book runs. I wanted to do something more detailed covering both Marvel and DC. That eventually evolved into doing a separate piece for X-Men because there was so much I wanted to write about it. X-Men is a comic I've had an on-off relationship for almost 30 years now. It wasn't the first comic I read, but it was the first one I read seriously. And then that continued to evolve into this multi-part retrospective. Which is all rather fitting considering X-Men is all about change and evolution.
In this series of posts I am just going to looking at Uncanny X-Men (1963) along with some of the companion titles like X-Men (1991), New X-Men (2001), and Astonishing X-Men (2004). I'll be looking at the history of the books, and what went on behind the scenes, and what I think of the individual creative runs. I'm not really going to recommend any individual storylines or crossovers. Personally I think crossovers are a terrible way to get into a comics because a) they are usually the culmination of months or years worth of storylines, and b) they are often quite crap.
Read the full article at douxreviews.com
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dazzleshot · 6 days ago
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what a lucky man
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