In the Age of Silver there was the Man and the King: Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created a little comics called X-Men in 1963. Nestled alongside Fantastic Four, Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man and the Mighty Thor, this comic despite it's interesting ideas and characters was something of an also ran, notable mostly for it's civil … Continue reading Page of Apocalypse: In the Beginning
I am going to fold in one of my other blogs pageofapocalypse into this one, since no one is looking at it, including me, so when I get back to more regular posts, this will include posts on 90s events, including.... The Age of Apocalypse (hence the blog's title) and the Clone Saga. So I … Continue reading Page of Apocalypse
Synopsis: Psylocke was written by Chris Claremont with art by Alan Davis and Paul Neary and opens with Betsy 'Psylocke' Braddock using the X-Men's Cerebro system to check the grounds of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, current home of the X-Men and the Morlocks who survived the recent Mutant Massacre. She checks in … Continue reading October 1986 – Uncanny X-Men 213 Or, despite all the horror and violence, everyone looks fabulous.
S is for Spider-Man 2099 Spider-Man 2099 was the first character in the 2099 line of comics produced by Marvel in the early-mid 90's. The idea was to show a futuristic version of current characters in a post-government corporate run future. We had different versions of the X-Men, Doom, Hulk, Fantastic Four, Ghost Rider, Punisher and … Continue reading My Marvel Life Presents A-Z of Comics part 19 – S