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    Domino Frenzy Gambit Marrow ...

    Domino

    Frenzy

    Gambit

    Marrow

    Nightcrawler
  2. Well you can use whatever term you want to...

    Well you can use whatever term you want to interpret my opinion with as much as you want, but whether considering the context of "of its time" or "not of its time," I'll still feel the way I do and...
  3. Well revolutionary doesn't always mean good, or...

    Well revolutionary doesn't always mean good, or at least in the sense that I'll come to have the opinions I have and they'll always be my own despite the disrespect some people may interpret from my...
  4. Ah, got the plotter and scripter mixed up. Fixed...

    Ah, got the plotter and scripter mixed up. Fixed now. Thanks.
  5. Favorite runs on Uncanny X-Men after Chris Claremont left in 1991?

    Felt like giving attention to the later runs since I don't hear them talked about as often. Claremont left after #279 (and returned in 2000 and 2004) and I know there were more writers that worked on...
  6. I get the feeling you’re commenting on...

    I get the feeling you’re commenting on discrimination more than casting itself, since it’s not inherently wrong to cast white people after all, but that said, if you ever get to meet up with Feige...
  7. Eh, perhaps unpopular to say this, but I don’t...

    Eh, perhaps unpopular to say this, but I don’t think the 60s run of Fantastic, a few small exceptions, wasn’t particularly great either. Like the with the X-Men’s case, I felt that it didn’t get...
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    Favorite X-Men/X-Men-related rosters: ...

    Favorite X-Men/X-Men-related rosters:

    https://i.imgur.com/7o7zc8i.jpg
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    Great early writing for Black Panther from Don...

    Great early writing for Black Panther from Don McGregor in Jungle Action #17 (1975).
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  10. X-Men #14-16 (1965-1966) Amazing Spider-Man...

    X-Men #14-16 (1965-1966)

    Amazing Spider-Man #31-33 (aka If This Be My Destiny, 1965-1966)

    Fantastic Four #48-50 (aka The Galactus Trilogy, 1966)

    Amazing Spider-Man #39-40 (aka Green Goblin...
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    The first after Dr. Occult of course! ...

    The first after Dr. Occult of course!

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    Yeah, and issue 2's close-up drawing of The Thing...

    Yeah, and issue 2's close-up drawing of The Thing makes it more apparent that he has yet to be drawn with a more consistent pattern on him. The "roundish-square" pattern is drawn in such a way that...
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    Sticky: The New Warriors would be a good choice as well.

    The New Warriors would be a good choice as well.
  14. Speaking of drawings, I noticed that Jack Kirby's...

    Speaking of drawings, I noticed that Jack Kirby's drawings of Namor in All-Winners Comics #2 (1941), Fantastic Four #4 (1962), and Fantastic Four #102 (1970) seemed to vary quite a bit over time.
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  15. I suppose also worth mentioning, Neal Adams...

    I suppose also worth mentioning, Neal Adams talking about being assigned to X-Men in around 1969:

    "[Stan Lee] just said, "What do you want to do?" I said, "Well, what's your worst-selling title?"...
  16. I think many have similar feelings in regards to...

    I think many have similar feelings in regards to all of Stan and Jackís runs from the 60s. Iím sure quite a few deem to be the Fantastic Four and Spider-Manís 80s stories to be better overall than...
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    In regards to Marvel highlights from the 90s: ...

    In regards to Marvel highlights from the 90s:

    Jim Starlin's Thanos Quest, Infinity Gauntlet, Infinity War, and Infinity Crusade

    X-Men's Muir Island Saga, X-Cutioner's Song, Fatal Attractions,...
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    1983-1987 is probably when readers saw the...

    1983-1987 is probably when readers saw the collective rise of various series Stan and Jack helped start becoming more dramatically and emotionally compelling. I definitely think that's when they...
  19. Well, I'd gather he felt like he trusted the New...

    Well, I'd gather he felt like he trusted the New Avengers enough to reveal his secret identity to them in New Avengers #51 (2009). I don't think he would have done it otherwise if he felt he didn't...
  20. Alex Ross' Doctor Strange, if only for how he...

    Alex Ross' Doctor Strange, if only for how he visually portrays Strange's magic.

    https://78.media.tumblr.com/8ad46fe6dbc4ac72ce4f9e6821a2a8d6/tumblr_pbn9ud0Av71qh0iv0o1_500.jpg
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    Fame and popularity doesn't restrict opinions...

    Fame and popularity doesn't restrict opinions after all! lol
  22. Carol Danvers wearing her Captain Marvel shirt...

    Carol Danvers wearing her Captain Marvel shirt (Uncanny X-Men #153, 1982).

    https://i.imgur.com/IUWYobS.png
  23. A movie series that made over $1 billion. If you...

    A movie series that made over $1 billion. If you find the school to be dated, then why not have the writing update that for the school, again, like with New X-Men.



    Once again, you're going to...
  24. I'm pretty sure the movies doing Krakoa isn't in...

    I'm pretty sure the movies doing Krakoa isn't in the cards at this point, so they may most likely start with the school, and could introduce the New X-Men students from there. As opposed to how the...
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    Another Lifedeath-esque character examination...

    Another Lifedeath-esque character examination would be nice. Claremont really did a lot to explore her feelings, hopes, and dreams (Uncanny X-Men #226, 1988).
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