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Subj: Re: In the meantime, X-Men - Clan Destine #2...
Posted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 at 08:34:27 am EDT (Viewed 77 times)
Reply Subj: In the meantime, X-Men - Clan Destine #2...
Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 at 07:15:48 pm EDT (Viewed 101 times)


By strange coinkydink, I reread the entire ClanDestine epic (including MCP intro issue & 2012 annuals)* last week. Love Alan Davis, and pretty much everything he does.

* = Not including those Glenn Dakin issues that were written out of continuity. Cuz, why bother.


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    •Does Newton have a codename and is his armor as cutting edge tech comparible to the new Iron Patriot or "last year's" Iron Man to a respectible degree? His whole minor subplot with "Storm" was a SLAP happy episode. \:\)

Closest thing to a codename he has is "Warlord of Etheria."


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    •Is Adam Destine and Logan's past adventure against Chen Yu an UNTOLD story to date?

Yes.


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    •It was great to actually see training drones using Image Inducer tech and the Danger Room wasn't ALL just Shi'ar Holo-hardlight technology again. It's less offputting than the wanton (and selfish) overuse of that easypeasy goto alien science. Were these DRONES ever shown in any back issues of X-books before?

Doubt it, but maybe. I prefer the holograms, tbh.


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    •Why has CLAN DESINTE -basically- failed to stick around? The twins are charming and the family is superpowered diverse enough. It can't be a proprietory or creator etiquette thing, right?

I don't know, tbh. I'd buy them. Some might not like the sheer old-fashioned fun of them.

The writer of this article is equally confused about its failure.

http://www.cbr.com/comics-you-should-own-flashback-clandestine-the-alan-davis-issues/


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