Where they from Kansas or Alabama?
If you both don’t know about Silver Age Superman and the incest tales, to the point DC editorial at one point put notes in reprints to explain it away, you’re missing some quality “WTF?” In comics.Yes.
I had that exact issue, back when I was much too young to be reading comics about sci-fi cities getting invaded by otherworldly undead. I used to peek at that page, then slam it shut so I wouldn't have nightmares.
I'm thinking Spider-Wolf, since that would give him some symmetry with Man-Wolf (who was J. Jonah Jameson's son, infected by space-lycanthropy).
I REALLY need to read some Marvel comics now.
He’s worked for both Captain America and Black Panther. I wonder if he listed this on his resume.
I think you meant to say that it's pretty wizard. Spiderman's enemy's son get space-lycanthrope and becomes a sword and planet hero. \m/
The average human being can endure a force of between 4 to 6 G for several seconds before blacking out. Being young and fit, we can assume that Storm can reach the higher end of the range.View attachment 42556
I thought I had posted this one before. Maybe someone else has. But I've loved this moment from when I first saw it all those years ago.
X-Men #173 has the fight with Wolverine and Silver Samurai which I love because it's a pure cinematic moment. While looking at those panels, I feel like I've watched them play out on a movie screen. This instance in X-Men #202 is entirely different. This is a pure comics moment. It's the synthesis of the art and the text in a way that a movie simply could not replicate.
I love Claremont's Storm. I love this Claremont/Romita Jr era of X-Men.
I'm pretty sure the whole of the US was responsible for that problem. And I have the movies and pictures to prove it. My god who knew hair could stand that high and rigid. What a perversion of science.Another mutant apologist trying to ignore the fact the muties used enough hair spray in the 80s to be personally responsible for 80% of the hole in the ozone lair.