seanhowe:

Nearly everything about 1975’s GIANT-SIZE X-MEN #1 is a familiar echo of 1961’s FANTASTIC FOUR #1: the Magnificent Seven–like gathering of the team, the dysfunctional bickering, the mysterious island to which they are summoned, even the dramatic escape by plane as the island explodes behind them.
With the final word balloon of the issue—“what are we going to do with thirteen X-Men?” someone in the plane asks—the transition begins. The old X-Men will be put out to pasture; the new X-Men will have a shot at capturing a younger audience.

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alexsegura:

I loved these X-Men Classic covers by Mike Mignola. Reminds me of when I first got into the X-Men. (via awyeahcomics)

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digsyiscomics:

Wolverine and the X-Men #10, July 2012, written by Jason Aaron, penciled by Chris Bachalo

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