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Moira Brandon

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Subj: Re: Who are your favorite "obscure" mutants?
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 at 09:11:18 am EST (Viewed 88 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Who are your favorite "obscure" mutants?
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 at 08:53:37 am EST (Viewed 97 times)

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    From the 60's: I know she is not a mutant but I really miss Candy Southern. She was a good character.
    From the 70's: Lorelei from the Savage Land
    From the 80?s. A lot! Rusty Collins and Skids, Artie, Leech, Taki and all the Fallen Angels. Too bad the second series drawn by Collen Doran wasnt published. Oh, and Gosamyr!
    From the 90's: well, none
    From the 2000's: all the studens of the X´-academy like Anole, Pixie, Rockslide....

I would have listed Gosamyr, but she's an alien. I've wanted Gossamyr to become a mainstay in a cosmic book for a while.

We could probably have a new topic for flatscan supporting cast-- Moira, Candy, Charlotte Jones, Stevie Hunter, Trish Tilby, Val Cooper, etc. etc.

I would love it! Like you, I always thought that Gosamyr should appear in a cosmic serie like Guardians of the Galaxy. And with Roberto's babies (twins, a girl and a boy). It would be cool!
What you say about flatscans is a good idea too. i always liked real human secondary characters, because they helped to show the mutants the real world, to coexist with them, not a guetto like now. There were a lot of good flatscans characters like Moira, Candy, Charlotte or Trish. But no, its more cool to be the boyfriend of Psylocke or X-23 than simple humans.
(I liked Claremonts Psylocke, good evolution from a british lady to a ninja...but the current, I still dont catch her personality at all)


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