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Subj: When did Psylocke first meet Spider-Man?
Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 at 07:57:53 pm EDT (Viewed 172 times)

I have a quick question about Psylocke's continuity. I recently realized that while I remember a lot about the things she did within the X-Men titles during the 1980s, 1990s, and well into the 2000s, I know precious little about her interactions with Marvel's non-mutant superheroes who almost never appear in the X-books. I'm hoping there's a diehard Psylocke fan on here who remembers more than I do. Here's what I'd like to know:

1. When was the first time that Psylocke and Spider-Man (meaning Peter Parker; not any other "Spider-Man" character) were clearly in the same place, at the same time, during a published comic book story?

2. When was the first time that Psylocke and Spider-Man (Peter Parker) actually were shown having a conversation in any published comic book story? (Even just saying to each other: "Hello, I'm Spider-Man," and "Pleased to meet you -- I'm Psylocke," and then getting interrupted by the need to help twenty other heroes go fight Doctor Doom or something, would still qualify as a "conversation!")

Note: I made that two questions because it suddenly occurred to me that it's always possible that they could have been in the same crowd scene in some crossover event of the 1990s (such as "Infinity Crusade") without ever actually speaking to one another! \:\)

Quoth Our Raven -- Beast Boy finally works up the nerve to ask Raven for a date, with odd results. [Set in the TV show's continuity, this is a humorous narrative poem loosely modeled on Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven."]
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