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    Author Ranson's style was a bit heavy with the...

    Author Ranson's style was a bit heavy with the black ink, so you can't see most irises color in most panels. But her eyes are still blue in this very page in closer scans. He doesn't do a good job...
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    Nothing sanitizes like lightning and negative...

    Nothing sanitizes like lightning and negative ions!
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    Gotta say I have not been impressed with Duggan's...

    Gotta say I have not been impressed with Duggan's work recently. Marauders and Savage Avengers(did he do Cable too?) have been pretty basic, underutilizing their casts and not bringing much at even a...
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    Poll: It's hard to believe that Emma and Frenzy are...

    It's hard to believe that Emma and Frenzy are polling on par. I do think they are both far more interesting as antagonists rather than X-Men proper.
  5. In an issue of X-Men Unlimited, the Mussad was...

    In an issue of X-Men Unlimited, the Mussad was explaining that his physical mutation manifests as vastly increased density of mitochondria throughout his body. With more metabolic energy at hand, it...
  6. Thanks! Might draw this squad out.

    Thanks! Might draw this squad out.
  7. Storm- visionary powerhouse, mentor and leader...

    Storm- visionary powerhouse, mentor and leader
    Monet- confidant and protégé, mental and physical bruiser
    Kwannon- assassin finding redemption, grace and fury
    Jubilee- child made mother, explosive...
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    The artist is certainly competent, but their...

    The artist is certainly competent, but their style of faces does skew young. The writing isn't helping either. 20 issues of this book bumbling around, 'mutant magic' and Betsy's Captain Britain still...
  9. :o I was introduced to the X-Men in 92' by the...

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    I was introduced to the X-Men in 92' by the cartoon, and started reading the comics soon thereafter. So I was reading when Gen X formed, when it disbanded, and when New/X-treme were being...
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    She can do solids when she wants to. It's all...

    She can do solids when she wants to. It's all just electrons in the end to her.

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    Just think of solids as frozen matter, like ice is frozen water. They are ultimately just...
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    https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fmedia1.tenor.com%2Fimages%2Fe3531d8ddde977f48915ddcc73194f6b%2Ftenor.gif%3Fitemid%3D4456578&f=1&nofb=1

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  12. He only used Emma because he couldn't use Storm...

    He only used Emma because he couldn't use Storm is the story I heard. And he only gave her diamond skin because he couldn't use Colossus(who had recently been killed to resolve the Legacy Virus...
  13. I was 10! :D

    I was 10! :D
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    Hickman's timeline and editors say it's only been...

    Hickman's timeline and editors say it's only been 10-13 years since 1963. And technically Hickman's Incursions/Secret War was a soft reboot. To me, every 6ish publication years equals one character...
  15. I loved Synch back in the day , and have missed...

    I loved Synch back in the day , and have missed him all these decades since. Hickman wrote the heck out of #19, his strongest in some time, but it wasn't the homecoming for Ev that I wanted. Barely...
  16. Gen X was in the same tradition as the O5/New...

    Gen X was in the same tradition as the O5/New Mutants, as in a small handful of students learning in a mansion, operating as a team/family. The 'big school' concept with the X-Men acting as teachers...
  17. X-Treme Storm was the last great Storm. I loved...

    X-Treme Storm was the last great Storm. I loved that Era for her. I would say the movies and the BP marriage killed her relevance to X-Men moreso than anything else. I loved Claremont's classic feel...
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    Who said it's been 5 years since he died? I'd say...

    Who said it's been 5 years since he died? I'd say 3.5, tops. It's barely been over 10 since 1963 for these characters. And he was probably still 17 when he died.
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    Back in the punk/powerless Storm era, JRJR was in...

    Back in the punk/powerless Storm era, JRJR was in his prime. That was loooong ago. He was losing it even back in the early 90's. I don't like his recent stuff.
  20. First of all, Magneto didn't even have the...

    First of all, Magneto didn't even have the Holocaust backstory until well after Claremont re-aged him and created that backstory. Original Magneto had no backstory, he just wanted to take over the...
  21. Firstly, it sold better. Secondly it introduced...

    Firstly, it sold better. Secondly it introduced the big school concept, Emma as X-Man, Cerebra, Fantomex and Weapon Plus, the World, the Genosha genocide, the Cuckoos, Quire, Dust, X-Corporation,...
  22. Magneto was deaged to a baby in the original run....

    Magneto was deaged to a baby in the original run. He was reaged to 35/40 in Claremont's run. So they did actually account for this in-story.
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  23. Comics Quicksilver at his prime vs. comics Flash...

    Comics Quicksilver at his prime vs. comics Flash at his prime will always lose. Not even Northstar or Spectrum can keep up with Flash, because Flash easily exceeds lightspeed, and can even turn back...
  24. Given how difficult it is to evade cameras,...

    Given how difficult it is to evade cameras, drones, and satellites in the real world, it is a bit unbelievable that a completely enclosed, super-advanced/artificial, AI-controlled environment lost...
  25. To be fair, just their normal skin flakes should...

    To be fair, just their normal skin flakes should have been leaving a trail of DNA samples, let alone their refuse. Darwin's 'bio chaff' may have masked them from passive detection, but thorough...
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