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  1. Poll: With all the pessimism going around, I couldn't...

    With all the pessimism going around, I couldn't help but think back to this 1964 comic:

    https://i.imgur.com/uKIWjXM.png
  2. Jean as drawn by Javier Rodriguez in History of...

    Jean as drawn by Javier Rodriguez in History of the Marvel Universe #4:
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  3. Kryptonite was featured in The Meteor from...

    Kryptonite was featured in The Meteor from Krypton, which I think aired prior.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTB8JRjFF1I
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    Yeah, I think it was in 1991 with Jim Lee's...

    Yeah, I think it was in 1991 with Jim Lee's rendering in X-Men #1 is when her look finally became properly defined.
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    I was going off on how you said, "The movies...

    I was going off on how you said, "The movies haven't exactly brought in a truckload of new readers to Iron Man comics."
  6. Poll: A big way to due it is to keep consistently...

    A big way to due it is to keep consistently supporting any solo books they put out I suppose, like Cyborg's for example, whenever they'll put out another volume anyway.
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    Yeah, I think that has more to do with a general...

    Yeah, I think that has more to do with a general failure of Marvel successfully encouraging more people to buy more of their comics. I think it’s fair enough to say that the success of comic industry...
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    D.P.7, which reminds me of the X-Men, but with a...

    D.P.7, which reminds me of the X-Men, but with a more consistent, varied, and just an all more approachable way in chronicling how the world reacts to and treats people that suddenly gain...
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    Well I think if you ask people like Martin...

    Well I think if you ask people like Martin Scorsese, those would probably talk of Iron Man like he's below B-list in 2019. lol
  10. Poll: Ah right. Thanks: Cyborg John Stewart ...

    Ah right. Thanks:

    Cyborg

    John Stewart

    Black Lightning

    Steel
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    Felt compelled to mention Motormouth, a street...

    Felt compelled to mention Motormouth, a street teen with an attitude turned hero.
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  12. Poll: DC's most popular black superheroes in comics at...

    DC's most popular black superheroes in comics at this point seem to be:

    Cyborg

    John Stewart

    Black Lightning

    Steel
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    Anyone can have any opinion they want, though...

    Anyone can have any opinion they want, though that said, that seems quite a bit of harsh flack considering two titles that managed to last as long as they did into the hundreds, as well as receive...
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    Also: https://i.imgur.com/pJdM80A.jpg

    Also:

    https://i.imgur.com/pJdM80A.jpg
  15. Art of Wasp by various artists from her first...

    Art of Wasp by various artists from her first four decades of being published in the 1960s through the 1990s:

    https://i.imgur.com/9HOWbKN.jpg

    Jack Kirby, Don Heck, Bob Powell, John Romita Sr.,...
  16. Poll: Prophetic words from Avengers West Coast Annual...

    Prophetic words from Avengers West Coast Annual #6 (June, 1991):

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/fIOVzTesyuLUKOOPo9D2eeKbDkZG8-KmdgMMmtAkbn8k0mtPPQK82v-vjgcJX-fhTi0oqu3gpDoq=s1600
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    Rogue was called one of the most beautiful women...

    Rogue was called one of the most beautiful women ever seen in Rogue #1, which I personally think is quite fitting for how Mike Wieringo drew her in that issue. Might be one of might favorite drawn...
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    You're welcome. lol

    You're welcome. lol
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    Assuming mutant hatred was well-written in...

    Assuming mutant hatred was well-written in context to all of Earth-616 in general.
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    Art of Rogue by various artists from her first...

    Art of Rogue by various artists from her first two decades of being published in the 1980s through the 1990s:

    https://i.imgur.com/d6F4ALt.jpg

    Michael Golden, Dave Cockrum, Sal Buscema, Frank...
  21. By Ian Akin and Brian Garvey from Marvel Fanfare...

    By Ian Akin and Brian Garvey from Marvel Fanfare #33 (July, 1987).

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/7g31087ZSh5D2ywNnMITyt9gPaAPLzhKvDL9RXfdENhUqyt_BtWbfS805fmbLWcNezuhRmSbd8oR=s1600
  22. I also once heard it said that humans beings...

    I also once heard it said that humans beings aren't born with prejudices, but are made for them, by someone who wants something. Seeing Chuck's case reminded me of that, which I think has its...
  23. The Teen Titans came to my mind, because I get...

    The Teen Titans came to my mind, because I get the feeling that Starfire and Raven are strongly closely recognized as being attached to the Teen Titans more than as individual characters, but yeah,...
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    And funnily enough, DC had a superheroine in 1976...

    And funnily enough, DC had a superheroine in 1976 named Starfire.

    https://acimg.auctivacommerce.com/imgdata/0/0/4/9/5/2/webimg/14585772.jpg
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    The series also had what I figure to be DC's...

    The series also had what I figure to be DC's first superhero, Dr. Occult, which I think is especially evident in issues such as 1936's More Fun Comics #16.
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