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Subj: Re: Another question after DP 25...
Posted: Mon Mar 17, 2014 at 03:45:37 pm EDT (Viewed 120 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Mutant line-ups galore...
Posted: Mon Mar 17, 2014 at 07:17:07 am EDT (Viewed 159 times)

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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)

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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