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Ted Pugliese
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Posted: 24 May 2020 at 7:27am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

I liked Mr. Pibb more than Dr. Pepper, just sayin'.
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John Byrne
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I think weve applied enough foamy sweet drift to this thread.
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John Byrne
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Stitching up the final elements of 14 (having finished 15) I realized there was an opportunity to right an old wrong, kinda, and add a guest star I think youll all appreciate.
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Paul Wills
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Yes! Guest stars are always fun (unless it's Dazzler).
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Manuel Soler
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Iceman? The only original X-man not appearing during Byrne's era except for Phoenix's funeral.
Juggernaut? Although I won't consider him a guest star, if memory doesn't fail me, he was the only X-men's big classic villain that Byrne didn't have the occasion to draw during his tenure in the series except for a small cameo in the prologue to Arcade's 2-part story.
Of course, Iceman is my primary option!
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Dean Munday
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I was (and remain) a big fan of 'The Incredible Hulk' Annual #7 - which sits smack-bang in the midst of JB's classic, original X-Men run - and features both Angel and Iceman taking on Master Mold, alongside ol' Greenskin;  artist and co-plotter, no less.

Overall, that annual's story feels very similar and aligned-to 'Uncanny' X-Men at that time, which may be coincidence, or may demonstrate just how much JB was influencing the overall feel of the X-Men's own title.




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