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Omar Karindu

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Doc Shallot

Subj: The Wolverine head seems to be Byrne art; the Spidey head doesn't seem to be Kirby. NT
Posted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 at 02:24:12 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: I think it may be Wyatt Wingfoot.
Posted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 at 10:46:21 am EDT

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That is a unique T-shirt. It's odd seeing a good chunk of FF related characters. The Kirby art harkens back to a time whent the FF had a lot more "clout". Wyatt would be an odd choice to be mixed in with all those characters. Even odder is the inclusion of Wolverine, a character that wasn't even around in 60's Marvel.

Photoshop job or just marketing ploy? Gotta throw Wolverine in or it won't sell! Ughh...


> This would be a MARVELOUS T-shirt to own!!
> Is that Sgt.Fury next to Logan?
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> Check out the gutsy Black Knight! Prepare for the return of Looker! Zounds!
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> That is a unique T-shirt. It's odd seeing a good chunk of FF related characters. The Kirby art harkens back to a time whent the FF had a lot more "clout". Wyatt would be an odd choice to be mixed in with all those characters. Even odder is the inclusion of Wolverine, a character that wasn't even around in 60's Marvel.
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> Photoshop job or just marketing ploy? Gotta throw Wolverine in or it won't sell! Ughh...
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> > This would be a MARVELOUS T-shirt to own!!
> > Is that Sgt.Fury next to Logan?
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> > Check out the gutsy Black Knight! Prepare for the return of Looker! Zounds!
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- Omar Karindu

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