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    Animal Man. ...

    Animal Man.

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    Iím quite interested in this potentially...

    Iím quite interested in this potentially long-term status quo as well, and potentially result in more varied and interesting interactions between the humans and the mutants after all is said and done.
  3. Classic Scarlet Witch cover art by Rich Buckler...

    Classic Scarlet Witch cover art by Rich Buckler and Joe Sinnott for The Avengers #104 (October, 1972).

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    What if Don Glut had gone on to write Jane Foster...

    What if Don Glut had gone on to write Jane Foster with the hammer of Thor instead of writers like Jason Aaron? (What If? #10, August 1978)
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  5. It’s not that I’m against that specific idea on...

    It’s not that I’m against that specific idea on principle. In sum, I just don’t agree with the way the later writers have executed the idea and humans vs. mutants scenarios in general in more recent...
  6. Nice one. Also, I just remembered this one as...

    Nice one. Also, I just remembered this one as well!

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  7. Read Captain America #275 (November, 1982) and it...

    Read Captain America #275 (November, 1982) and it got me thinking. While I agree that there's dialogue that could have been worded better, such as Cap's "two of a kind" line, I think it at the very...
  8. This is farther back, but you reminded me of...

    This is farther back, but you reminded me of Mimic from X-Men #19 (April 1966), who was mistaken for a mutant, even though, at least by many accounts, that he wasn't one.
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  9. It's not about following religions, it's more...

    It's not about following religions, it's more like framing the hostility and persecution of the mutants as largely religious/biblical-based (i.e. we must destroy these demons of destruction before...
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    Great up-close art by Arthur Adams of Storm's...

    Great up-close art by Arthur Adams of Storm's face on the cover of Classic X-Men #3 (November, 1986).

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  11. In retrospect, I think that many of Marvel's most...

    In retrospect, I think that many of Marvel's most published women have been too closely associated with teams (e.g. Storm, Invisible Woman, Scarlet Witch, Black Widow, Wasp, etc.) and haven't been...
  12. I think John Buscema drew what I think is one of...

    I think John Buscema drew what I think is one of the most definitive images of Namor.

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  13. And people are entitled to have the opinion that...

    And people are entitled to have the opinion that my view is too rosy, and cite all the very awful tragedies that past writers have had the mutants go through, sure, just as much as I’m entitled to...
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    You're welcome! Yeah, I felt it was a cool enough...

    You're welcome! Yeah, I felt it was a cool enough cover worth sharing. Can't quite say the same for all of what's in the issue itself though, one part in particular being rather bad.
  15. Well I think you're a little late there, because...

    Well I think you're a little late there, because Wonder Woman #19 did something along those lines all the way back in 1946...
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  16. Yeah, even in the context of him being a villain,...

    Yeah, even in the context of him being a villain, I understand why some may argue that a villain like Jerome Beechman is wrapped up in one too many controversies for Marvel to keep on bothering with.
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    Also, a Batman that has rules, but at times...

    Also, a Batman that has rules, but at times ignores them in favor of justice.

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  18. Yeah, and to be fair, I have just remembered that...

    Yeah, and to be fair, I have just remembered that she was front and center on covers such as Avengers #340 (October 1991).
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  19. I wonder if Wasp is just largely seen as a "team...

    I wonder if Wasp is just largely seen as a "team character" these days, or more specifically, an Avengers character and nothing much of else outside of such a label. Actually, I think even the...
  20. Yeah, now that I think about it, it's rather...

    Yeah, now that I think about it, it's rather weird Janet has never starred in her own solo book after all this time, after coming quite close with Nadia and Hank's books.
  21. It really is a weird situation when I see 1940s...

    It really is a weird situation when I see 1940s comics like the Spirit that feature black characters like Ebony White being treated with respect and shown with competence, yet at the same time is...
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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...
  25. 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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