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    Kurtty Fan Slicknickshady's Avatar
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    Default I love when someone praises Claremont’s “X-treme X-men”..

    Even if it’s by himself!

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    X-treme X-men was the first comic book I bought.

    I was a kid and hadn't read really good comics yet. So I liked it.

    I fear it will destroy the sense of nostalgia if I read it again today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutant X View Post
    X-treme X-men was the first comic book I bought.

    I was a kid and hadn't read really good comics yet. So I liked it.

    I fear it will destroy the sense of nostalgia if I read it again today.
    I enjoyed it when it first came out. There were distinct differences in the X-titles during this time. X-treme X-men was the classic type of comic that had the superhero vibe with a mix of adventure and team comradery. New X-men had a cinematic feel that brought in new ideals and introduced a heavy school aspect. Uncanny X-men had a darker, more gritty tone which felt a little closer to street level comics.

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