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Jahnoy Lindsay Jul 30
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Ross got a transfer to Arrako Aug 3
My Friend Ben Gebhart made the Official Calender of 2020...
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The Claremont Run Aug 1
Similar to recent films like “Dredd” and “The Raid” (or old ones like “Metropolis”) Claremont creates a spatial metaphor in “Wolverine Alone” that has a hero literally fighting his way up a social hierarchy, one floor at a time, in order to dismantle a crooked system. 1/5
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Marvel Daily Art 8h
There’s too much happening in this issue, so I’m going have to summarize a lot of the events. Try to keep up! It’s starts with the X-Men home at the mansion, as Cyclops comes falling out of the sky. He has a message for the X-Men: “Dark Phoenix has returned.”
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Alex Ross Jul 31
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X-MenFilms.com Jul 29
Untapped potential...
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The Claremont Run Jul 30
Toward the end of the Claremont run, the X-Men briefly reinstated (nearly) identical costumes, providing a rare opportunity to reflect on how that choice between individualized costumes and shared costumes affects readers’ perception of character and collective. 1/5
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Courtney Wells 12h
If you know me then you know how much I love . Well my new video is about my favorites in the marvel universe the X-Men and who should play who in the new movies as I do my makeup lol. Link in Bio!!!
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Todd Nauck Jul 30
Kitty Pryde, Excalibur. A very recent 11”x17” commission.
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Dreadful Exmile Jul 31
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Ross got a transfer to Arrako Aug 5
Wolverine 4 and 5 exclusive cover set for Unknown Comics by Mico Suayan
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Tom Muller Jul 31
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Hazelotus 7h
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Marvel Daily Art 12h
Okay, this ending took me completely by surprise! Wow!
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Adam Kubert Aug 1
From last weeks Wolverine #3... hope you guys enjoyed reading it as much as I did drawing it 🤜😎🤛
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Phantom 🔞 Aug 6
Can’t stop thinking about these X-Nips
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The Green Dragon 10h
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The Claremont Run 20h
The largest/most-influential project to ever emerge on the Claremont run may actually be a podcast. At a time when comics scholarship had all but forgotten Claremont’s X-Men, "Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men" arrived to rekindle our culture’s fascination with C’s UXM. 1/6
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The Hollywood Reporter Jul 31
changed Hollywood’s approach to superhero movies forever, but Bryan Singer’s on-and off-set troubles have clouded its legacy as the franchise turns 20
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Niku Aug 5
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