BRAND NEW Art Adams gallery
every once in a while the Adams’ drop me a line with fresh scans to post. enjoy!
In THIS post, I’ll show why and how I think that them becoming a couple just prior to the reboot was a thing. And establish a narrative using what’s there to make sense of the Cass Cain Brainwashing Fiasco.
If you didn’t see it, I have an interview up with Marguerite Bennett the writer of the Lois Lane one-shot out next week. Here’s a preview of the comic via IGN.
The New Mutants by Bill Sienkiewicz.
Despite the fact that Battle of the Atom is celebrating fifty years of the X-Men, most prominently the first class, the New Mutants are being horribly underrepresented; with Magik as the only New Mutant participating in the anniversary (which is assumed).
The Demon Bear, Hellions, Legion, and Limbo are just a few of several famous mythos utilized within the New Mutants corner. And there was a time when the young adults were as important to the premiere team of mutants just as characters such as Storm and Wolverine were.
In this past decade, the New Mutants have slowly became wallpaper and are currently separated; Dani Moonstar in the Fearless Defenders, Cannonball and Sunspot in the Avengers, and others spread throughout the X-Books or even without any appearances. Last year was their 30th Anniversary, but, unfortunately, it was also when their book was cancelled.
So, here’s a post that appreciates the New Mutants, and let’s never forget that the X-Men wouldn’t be the same without them.
"Stop, or I’ll toot!”
—Spidey Super Stories #32 (1978) script by Jim Salicrup, art by Win Mortimer, Don Perlin, & Mike Esposito
- Kamen Rider Spirits - Chapter 1 Vampires in Harlem
- Kamen Rider Spirits - Chapter 2 Gamon’s Demon
- Kamen Rider Spirits - Chapter 3 Not Spider Island
- Kamen Rider Spirits - Chapter 4 Cyborg Mummies
- Kamen Rider Spirits Chapter 5 - Seriously Cyborg Mummies and Birdmen
- Kamen Rider Spirits Chapter 6 - Lilo and Riderman
- Kamen Rider Spirits Chapter 7 - Crazy Old Man Greco is awesome
If you want to see real courage, look at someone like Lois. She’s as vulnerable as you or me, but still she goes looking for trouble again and again.
The first “appearance” of Mary Jane Watson.
—Amazing Spider-Man #25 (1965) by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko