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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricochet Rita View Post
    Ah, those were the days, when Jim Lee still knew how to draw well!
    Agreed. Early Jim Lee always beats modern-day Jim Lee.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricochet Rita View Post
    IIRC, this issue was one of the few written by Ann Nocenti.
    Correct. It's sad that she wasn't given more opportunities to write in the X-Office.

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    This page is absolutely delightful. I truly adore Artie and Leech together, it's a so sweet friendship, and no one knows how to draw them as Bogdanove.
    Agreed. Also, I loved it when they became buddies with Franklin Richards
    (I know this isn't Bogdanove, but I still thought Jim Cheung did fine artwork for them in X-Men Unlimited #14):


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    Always loved this one.

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    I hate the Twelve but the way that Cyclops throws himself between Apocalypse and Nate Grey as he is about to possess him and what he thinks to Jean beforehand was pretty emotional. Also, the issue where Moira dies and you see the flashbacks of a young professor x being dumped and then being shipped to vietnam was great. Idk if that is still canon under hickman.

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    I don't know if others have posted these before but there were several scenes in New X-men that evoked emotions in me. When Jean was absorbing Xavier's mind and she said "Die Charles. I'm going to catch you." That was such a great scene. It was simple but so powerful.

    Wolverine killing Jean and walking into the sun was a highly emotional moment. I love that scene so much. Wolverine and Nightcrawler recently dying in the Sun was just "eh" to me because we've been there and done that with Logan and Jean.

    Wolverine telling Jean that it had been 150 years since we last saw your face in Here Comes Tomorrow. It was subtle but I felt so much for Jean in that moment realizing almost every she loved was long gone.

    The final moments with Jean when Quire tells her she has to water it with her hearts blood (it being the badly wounded orphan universe). It was such a beautiful moment as Jean says goodbye to Scott from the great beyond.

    Other moments in the run: Jean's death scene with Scott yelling for Xorn (even though at that point they knew he was Magneto but Scott was so scared and desperate). Xavier when Xorneto reveals himself. Emma Frost's talk with Logan after the fight with Jean. I felt so bad for her because she was being vulnerable. There were many great emotional moments in New X-men.

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    The way that Candy Southern bit the bullet in uncanny 300 something ish and she dies in warrens arms was sad. The phalanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BESTXMAN View Post
    The way that Candy Southern bit the bullet in uncanny 300 something ish and she dies in warrens arms was sad. The phalanx.
    UXM 306 and yes that was sad especially since Warren frankly never treated Candy the best. She seemed to truly love him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psylurker View Post


    Always loved this one.
    Same, I loved the whole scene.


    And their reunion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitecrown View Post
    Same, I loved the whole scene.


    And their reunion.
    Oh yes, their reunion during Inferno was poignant and emotional. I loved how Hickman also referenced this latter scene during House of X recently, and actually I think his run has a lot in common with the latter part of the "everything and the kitchen sink, changing focus every issue" Claremont/Silvestri run, of which he's admittedly a fan.

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    I’ll go with the possible/probable future scene where we actually see Moira break Charles
    “The Scarlet Witch is the only thing that will scare them. It’s the only thing they’ll respect.” - Hope Summers, Avengers vs X-Men #7

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    It has to be “God Loves, Man Kills” comic. The whole comic was so powerful. It really showcases racism a lot in the comic, it was my first time as a child reading a comic covering that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scilover View Post
    It has to be “God Loves, Man Kills” comic. The whole comic was so powerful. It really showcases racism a lot in the comic, it was my first time as a child reading a comic covering that.
    A scan from God Loves, Man Kills of two Black children being killed with their bodies left in a playground was posted a page or two back. I agree that it was really timely then and especially now.

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    The flashback to Cyke's time at the orphanage in Classic X-Men #42 (or Uncanny Origins #1) always hit me like a ton of bricks. Seeing that little traumatized kid get so excited to be adopted by the Bogarts only to have them murdered by Sinister. Not to mention what Sinister did to Dr. Hanover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amacent View Post
    The flashback to Cyke's time at the orphanage in Classic X-Men #42 (or Uncanny Origins #1) always hit me like a ton of bricks. Seeing that little traumatized kid get so excited to be adopted by the Bogarts only to have them murdered by Sinister. Not to mention what Sinister did to Dr. Hanover.
    That was Classic X-Men 41-42. I love this moment which is the first introduction of Scott and Jean together and establishes them as destined to meet and fall in love. Back when Scott wasn't a prick anyway.

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    Uncanny X-Men 300 (first series)



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