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allhailgrimlock

Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus

I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.   

Currently reading

Separate Orbits
Yael Mermelstein
Progress: 119/427pages
BATMAN #53 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman53, TomKingBatman53
BATMAN #54 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
MattWagnerBatman54, TomKingBatman54
BATMAN #52 ((DC REBIRTH)) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman52, TomKingBatman52
BATMAN #51 ((DC REBIRTH)) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
LeeWeeksBatman51, TomKingBatman51
Infinity Wars: Iron Hammer (2018) #1 (of 2)
Al Ewing, Humberto Ramos
Champions (2019-) #4
Jim Zub, Jacinto Benavente
SUICIDE SQUAD #46 ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
JosLuisSS46, RobWilliamsSS46
SUICIDE SQUAD #45 ((SINK ATLANTIS)) ((DC REBIRTH )) ((Regular Cover)) - DC Comics - 2018 - 1st Printing
JosLuisSuicideSquad45, RobWilliamsSuicideSquad45
Champions (2019-) #3
Jim Zub, Jacinto Benavente

More 90s than the 90s!

X-Men '92 (2016) #1 - Chris Sims, Chad Bowers, Alti Firmansyah, David Nakayama

I don't remember the 90s being this 90s, even in the Marvel-verse.   That being said, I felt like some, maybe a lot, of that was tongue-in-cheek: they were really overplaying the X-Men are popular with everyone in that universe, with villains like Omega Red, with the art style and colors that just scream 90s.   

 

And I loved every minute.   Not exactly what the 90s X-Men were: neither in the comics, nor the cartoons.   But it was also a lot of fun, and felt enough like that period that the exclamation of X-Men '92 seems well deserved.  

 

Fun, with a nostalgic feel, but not a retread of anything else?   Um, yes, please, sign me up!