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After receiving an important message from Leatherhead, the Ninja Turtles need to take a trip to Dimension X!
As if dealing with the message in Charles Xavier's will wasn't enough, the X-Men need to come together to take on a threat unlike any they've faced before.
This book is officially too cool for me. I'm going to keep reading, because it's too interesting for me to care.
Every time someone says "high praise" I think of this...
@liberty: Yeah, that's one I was talking about. Nice list.
I think that's the wrong Angel. I think it's supposed to be the X-Man, from the time they were on the Champions of Los Angeles.
Most westerns take place during the 19th century. A lot of the western territories (most were not yet states) were heavily influenced by the Confederacy. So, it's more historically accurate to make the characters at least a little racist. Let's not forget, Jesse James was a Confederate Soldier, and the iconic "Gunfight at the OK Corral" in Tombstone AZ was fueled by the conflict between the North and the South.
The High Evolutionary's New Men and The Knights of Wundagore are from Eastern Europe.
Hopey Glass and Maggie Chascarillo are lesbians in Love and Rockets. Midnight Mink is a gay version of Batman in Bratpack.
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