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"For me, the biggest challenge was limiting the number of X-Men on the team. There are so many great X-characters; it was honestly very difficult to narrow it down to a manageable size.

But it all came down to creating a team that felt classic and iconic but also fresh and new at the same time. There are elements of the roster that harken back to the classic [Chris] Claremont/[John] Byrne years, but also new developments with certain characters, like Old Man Logan and young Jean Grey that make these old relationships totally new again.
" - Jeff Lemire

Writer: Jeff Lemire
Artist: Humberto Ramos
Inker: Victor Olazaba
Colorist: Edgar Delgado

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UNCANNY X-MEN #600 preview. Two pages from next week's issue. Nearly all the X-Men want to talk to Hank McCoy, including his younger self.

“[I]t was bumped until after Secret Wars for editorial and commercial reasons. Not my call. This was marvel. But they have their reasons. It will not effect the story or the impact of the story. In fact it may have more impact on how things shake out after my run.” Brian Michael Bendis.

We all care about you, Henry. )
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Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Ed McGuinness & Kris Anka
Inkers: Kris Anka, Mark Farmer, Mark Morales, and Jay Leisten
Colorists: Marte Gracia and Marcelo Maiolo

Besides the mini-event The Trial of Jean Grey, there was also another event that was connected to Legendary Star-Lord... and it was Black Vortex. Let's just get into folks...

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When I was rereading and skimming through Hickman's Avengers & New Avengers to do the post on Smasher (and eventual posts on Pod & Validator), I took more notice of the art in these two runs. In particular, I took a closer look at Mike Deodato Jr.'s artwork that he provided for many of the issues. When the guy was good, he pretty dang good and drew some very nice pieces.

However, he was off his game, he drew some of the more impressive looking Escher girls and barbie dolls in comics that I've seen in this modern age. As such, let's take a trip down memory lane and highlight some of his more... sillier and questionable depictions of the female characters.

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'Old Man Logan' is considered to be a magnum opus of sorts for Wolverine to the point that Hugh Jackman has said he'd like to adapt it someday. It takes place in a dystopian future in which the villains have won and Wolverine has refused to pop his claws.

Warning: This is pretty gory.

Scans under the cut... )
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I have not posted here in quite a long time....but I think we need more Psylocke up in here. (By the way, she's met the Classic X-Men from the future right?)

Here is part of an odd story from X-Men Annual #11. Also be warned...it's Claremont so expect plenty of wordy dialogue.

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