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#1 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

@Yamata: believe it or not the "X-men: Proteus" is an excellent story too, taking place before dark phoenix, I bought it for 9.99 randomly and it got me hooked on the older comics. It's like 18.99 reg price, slick premiere hardcover, it looks awesome on the shelf too.

#2 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

After reading the entire X-man TPB, I'm pretty sure she's latina, based on 3 or 4 different artists versions of her, she has big round eyes, small lips, facial structure is not african, permed curly brown hair. She is from LA, and a lot of mexican americans live there. Mutants!!!

#3 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

@Yamata:

my favorite X-men story is Dark Phoenix from 1980, expect to be surprised by it's greatness. It has all the best X-men all in classic costumes, its a gem of a story.

#4 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

Dark Phoenix Saga, easy! Probably the best Marvel story ever told. I'm a die hard 1990's X-men fan too (Onslaught, AoA, Fatal Attractions, X-Force, etc). Claremont's story is mythic, structured, suspenseful, action packed, different, basically everything you want in a good story and the art of John Byrne is one of my all time favorites. The story arc "X-men: Proteus" right before Dark Phoenix is equally as Good (also featuring Claremont and Byrne and contains a lot of set up for Dark Phoenix).

#5 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

Gambit enjoyed teasing her, especially when they first met. He always wanted to steal a kiss and I think he liked the feeling it gave rogue.

#6 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

sorry wrong forum, please delete

#7 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

I am reading the new X-man TPB from 1995, got me thinking; I am curious of her race or ethnic heritage. She is from Los Angeles USA, I know that much, is she African American, Mexican? Interesting discussion if there is not much proof of her actual ethnicity.

#8 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

I am reading the new X-man TPB from 1995, got me thinking; I am curious of her race or ethnic heritage. She is from Los Angeles USA, I know that much, is she African American, Mexican? Interesting discussion if there is not much proof of her actual ethnicity.

#9 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

@dccomicsrule2011: yup biased DC fan... stupidest arguement, who ever writes the story chooses the winner, there. solved.

#10 Posted by superskrull1985 (15 posts) - - Show Bio

It pretty much comes down to if you are DC fan you will say lanterns win and Marvel fans will say Nova Corps... Also in 2 totally different worlds, if anything Nova Corps and Lanterns would team up not fight each other, so there! I win.

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