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The Hellfire Club

February 21, 2013

In the 1980s – well, actually from the second half of the ’70s through to the beginnings of the ’90s – Chris Claremont’s version of the X-Men was a dominant force in superhero comics. Whereas fans of other classic comics franchises may look back to earlier eras (often the 1960s in the case of Marvel, where the original runs of Fantastic Four and Spider-Man still stand up today), the “1980s” set the standard for X-Men.


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Posted by SHaGGGz  on  02/22  at  11:17 PM

And don’t forget the ridiculous costumes.






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