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Casual List-a-mania: Top 10 X-Men of all Time

I’ve been sitting on this info for a while, but back in October, Marvel released the results of their “official” list of the top 50 X-Men of all time. Their “panel of experts” made some interesting choices for the best-of list.

The list seems a bit focused on getting the superfans excited, which makes sense. I don’t know that casual comic fans can even name 25 X-Men, let alone 50. So, I’ll briefly touch on Marvel’s rankings of  41-50 before giving you my own, “Official Top-10 X-Men of All Time (for casual readers).

Marvel’s Official Top 50 X-Men (#41-50)

#50 Sabretooth – Nope. Not an X-Man. I asked Hugh Jackman.

#49 – Joseph – Did he have an amazing technicolor dreamcoat? Read the rest of this entry

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Comic Book Coolness: Super-Team Family “The Lost Issues”

Last night, I stumbled on the Super-Team Family blog and have been cackling madly ever since. If you get a chance, you should point your browsers to the blog and give it a look.

The author digitally combines heroes from different comic universes onto the cover of a single issue of “Super-Team Family”, a comic that never existed, but should. The covers tell the whole story in classic Marvel/DC style. I’m linking to just a few of my favorites below, but you really should check them all out. Your favorite hero is probably tucked away in there somewhere.

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