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Old 03-20-2017, 07:11 AM
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Originally Posted by PhoenixRising (View Post)
Hi there! Wow, that's a lot of X-Men history to narrow down. I'd go back to the Chris Claremont era of X-Men comics just to start. I'm also a fan of the 80's X-Men and X-Factor comics, since that's where the whole Apocalypse/Cable/Mister Sinister saga began.
The Chris Claremont era goes from the mid '70s down into the early '90s and includes a lot of the most classic X-Men stuff, with Wolverine a member of the team the whole time. And let's not forget Wolverine's own comic, which started up in the late '80s. Marvel has reprints of the Chris Claremont/Frank Miller Wolverine limited series (from the early '80s -the Wolverine movie was based on it), in a collection with basically that name, and the early years of Wolverine's own ongoing comic, in the Wolverine: Madripoor Nights Epic Collection.

I never cared that much about X-Factor.
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