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Very interesting fanart info graphic. Not sure how the dates and red X's related exactly but it'd be impressive if someone can decipher it. It was just found online unlabelled or explained at the copy/pasting...


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I don't know what the X's signify (could be just some fan's "hit list"), but I was able to find the same image without them at:

http://www.vamers.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Vamers-Infographic-Every-Generation-of-X-Men-in-a-Single-Infographic-Full.jpg

Hmm... apparently, someone made it into a t-shirt:

http://www.geekalerts.com/50-years-of-x-men-t-shirt/

(I do not endorse GeekAlerts.com)




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Okay, thanks for the links! With some inconsistencies, it seemed to me to be maaaybe when said mutant came into notable prominence prior to the year-line they were above? Who knows. Although how can Aurora and Danger both be in the same groupin, hmmm. Maybe Deadpool should've been included. \:\) Speaking of which...

Here's another question [off on a tangent] for anyone about Deadpool #25.NOW: What's the deal with the cover homage to Leyendecker. Could search and search for answer or just ask - and note it had a silly showing for Crossbones and a cringeworthy cameo for Sabretooth. Nice to see Preston is doing alright though - even if her sentient status should still be up for debate in this new A.I. age.

That cover:


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    Okay, thanks for the links! With some inconsistencies, it seemed to me to be maaaybe when said mutant came into notable prominence prior to the year-line they were above? Who knows. Although how can Aurora and Danger both be in the same groupin, hmmm. Maybe Deadpool should've been included. \:\) Speaking of which...

Aurora and Danger both became X-Men betweeen 2000-2013.




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Have had a miniseries or series. But then I see that Mystique, Jubilee and Madrox are not crossed out.


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Aurora isn't in the same group as Danger. Aurora and Northstar are way up by the 1970s. The one I suspect you're mistaking for Aurora is Ariel, the alien teleporter from Fallen Angels.




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No, was surprised that Aurora (next to Jean Paul, line 5) was in the same 'grouping' as Danger meaning the whole page. So you listing them as joined in that decade just made her presence up top more confounding as to the theme of the page.

Now you got me curious which one is Ariel and now a couple of the other unknown (oddball looking) avatars - which didn't matter much before.



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Okay, then that's not Danger. Danger is way down in the 2000s (second to last row, first face).

Although there are some minor discrepancies, they are generally arranged in chronological order of first appearance. Hmmph... and Juggernaut and a few of Scott's new young X-Men (Goldballs, etc.) were omitted.

Anyway, the Canadian twins' line is:
Northstar (1979), Aurora (1979), Hepzibah (1977), Magik (1975), Madrox (1975), Mystique (1977), Sabretooth (1977)

If they are going by first appearances, Kitty needs to join the 1970s group too (1979). Banshee needs to join the 1960s group (1967).

For a complete list:
http://robot6.comicbookresources.com/2013/11/celebrate-50-years-of-the-x-men-with-t-shirt-or-print/




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With Danger's debut being the first appearance of the Danger Room.


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