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    Now you've got me curious as to how you'd respond...

    Now you've got me curious as to how you'd respond to a community of men that would want to live without women in the similar way the Amazons would want to live without men. Haha.
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    Apparently, when Christopher Priest was doing his...

    Apparently, when Christopher Priest was doing his run on Black Panther in 1998, some people complained that he was going too tech-heavy with things like the Kimoyo Card, even though Stan Lee and Jack...
  3. Interesting response in regards to how The...

    Interesting response in regards to how The Invaders is treated in relation to Marvel's Golden Age stories and how they may affect current Marvel continuity (The Invaders #36, January 1979).
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  4. At any rate, I treat the X-Men as closely...

    At any rate, I treat the X-Men as closely connected to the Marvel Universe as I do with Avengers, and I wouldn't have it any other way!
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  5. I hope that it resorts in a way that we see a...

    I hope that it resorts in a way that we see a considerable amount of variety in interactions between the humans and mutants, as opposed to being maliciously cornered like it's some religious war.
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    It was definitely enough of a top-seller for him...

    It was definitely enough of a top-seller for him to be considered top 3 alongside Namor and Human Torch.
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    You're welcome! And sure enough, she was also...

    You're welcome! And sure enough, she was also advertised as part of DC's big eight! (All-Star Comics #14, January 1943)
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    No kidding... https://i.imgur.com/ygbo7kn.jpg

    No kidding...

    https://i.imgur.com/ygbo7kn.jpg
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    Poll: From another thread, but perhaps it's best put...

    From another thread, but perhaps it's best put here. Appreciation post for Marvel's black women, superheroines included:

    https://i.imgur.com/O0QaBQf.jpg

    Misty Knight, Nighthawk, Glory Grant,...
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    One I feel is underappreciated, the New X-Men. ...

    One I feel is underappreciated, the New X-Men.
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  11. From World War Hulk: X-Men #1 (August, 2007). ...

    From World War Hulk: X-Men #1 (August, 2007).

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/bc/05/81/bc0581ce716281eb71e7f2a270177c32.jpg
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    Poll: And let's not forget WWII hero Gabe Jones! ...

    And let's not forget WWII hero Gabe Jones!
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  13. Yeah, even Claremont did things like have a fairy...

    Yeah, even Claremont did things like have a fairy tale be told with X-Men characters in Uncanny X-Men #153, and further emphasizes on the variety of stories being told in general by having Kitty say...
  14. Funny thing though, the thread was never meant to...

    Funny thing though, the thread was never meant to exclude the thoughts of non-white people. It's meant to specifically (more specifically than the minority/Comics thread anyway) discuss how the idea...
  15. Classic page featuring Elektra from Wolverine...

    Classic page featuring Elektra from Wolverine #102 (June 1996), which I think was one of her earliest significant appearances outside of Daredevil and her own solo titles.
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  16. I totally get allowing the ugly aspects of bad...

    I totally get allowing the ugly aspects of bad treatment towards minorities being shown in X-Men, though that being said, I think it's reasonable enough to say that even real life, in 2019, has...
  17. Well, I don't think most writers choose to have...

    Well, I don't think most writers choose to have bad quality on purpose, but yeah, I think that's more on the writer in general.



    What people exactly?
  18. Yeah, would have been cool to see characters like...

    Yeah, would have been cool to see characters like Wallflower or Wind Dancer on there, but I got to quite like the team that eventually became the New X-Men.
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    Gotta say, I'm quite enjoying this. It gave me...

    Gotta say, I'm quite enjoying this. It gave me the feeling of an older comic, having fun, but also an edge to it as well.
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    Yeah, obviously DC wants as much money as...

    Yeah, obviously DC wants as much money as possible being the business that they are, so of course they'll value as much brands that bring back a lot of that. It seems to me that they looked most...
  21. Interesting. At what specific point to people...

    Interesting. At what specific point to people feel ignored if I may ask?

    Also, the issue of racism aside for just a moment, and I think a few others on the thread have reasonably felt similarly...
  22. And appeared in Marvel Graphic Novel #1 (1982) as...

    And appeared in Marvel Graphic Novel #1 (1982) as well, in which Captain Marvel's funeral takes place.
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    Sticky: Where's Wolfsbane's non-closed thread?

    Where's Wolfsbane's non-closed thread?
  24. Would mind him being an X-Man again either. ...

    Would mind him being an X-Man again either.

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/dtAflO81FRMHOFu4MN5NvBQ5rltM4BaauoKUlZ4e6ol5vLDlJxgJ6JOKJ9gMmgvP9qRGzrD7kBaK=s1600
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    Poll: Marvel's original three black heroes of the...

    Marvel's original three black heroes of the modern age (Black Panther: The Most Dangerous Man Alive! #526, 2011):

    https://i.imgur.com/JTmGMvh.jpg
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