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Trevor Smith
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Posted: 13 February 2019 at 5:14am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

"If you dig hip dysplasia!"

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The next trend in body modification surgery? I can see
it being all the rage..."hip", even...
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What I also loved about X-Men 111 (apart from the Magneto cliffhanger) was that the story just started. The Beast was already investigating where the X-Men had gone. There was no build up we were just thrown in to the story.
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Derek Rogers
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Double Page Splash!

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Jim Petersman
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16 year old me was pretty hyped about this page...

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Ahh - me too, Jim ! ( though at 20 I was a few years older than you )

The original CRISIS remains one of my favourite maxi ( mini ? ) series of the '80s, mainly for George's wonderful art, and the sheer number of different DC characters it crammed into it's pages.

With the benefit of hindsight, the story is ... well ... not great, and at times seems to be almost making things up as it goes along, but I still find it an entertaining read even today. That may be as much a fondness for that time of my life as it is for the series though !

Of course, the lack of any coherent plan at DC for what followed CRISIS is a whole other story ....
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Gundars Berzins
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Lots of ooh's and ahh's represented here, great stuff. Haven't seen some of these in a long while. Maybe it's time to revisit them again.
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