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Subj: Re: Yep...
Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 at 04:18:33 am EDT (Viewed 228 times)
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Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 at 01:04:27 am EDT (Viewed 236 times)

    Just the other day I bought Cosmic Powers Unlimited #1-5. I'm looking forward to reading them. Hopefully they are good.

I did some quick googling on that one. Apparently Galactus, Thanos, Silver Surfer, and Captain Universe were in that, so I already figure it must have been great.

    I don't really know anything about Blackwulf. You will have tell us what you thought about them after you have read them.

I will. My next 90s Marvel purchase may be Death's Head. By the way, the fact that his first solo book came out in 1988 provides me an opportunity to mention that if a 90s Message Board were established, I would be pushing for its on topic time period to actually be 1986 to 2000. I say 1986 because that's the cut-off for the Gold-Silver-Bronze Age Board, and it seems wasteful to leave 1986 to 1990 unrepresented, so I figure the 90s board could scoop those years up. I think those years felt a lot like the 90s in any case. Surely Death's Head would fit in as on topic at a 90s board.

    Gambit's first ongoing solo from the late 90's was probably my favorite Marvel book.  I also absolutely loved the X-Men and Spider-Man comics from the 90's.   

The Clone Saga played out between 1994 and 1996! Notorious as that was, I know there are some people who liked that story line and in particular liked Scarlet Spider. Oddly, I missed a lot of the Clone Saga, but I caught the Scarlet Spider solo book for a brief time, and liked it.

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