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10 Burning Questions About "X-Men: Days Of Future Past," Answered

10 Burning Questions About "X-Men: Days Of Future Past," Answered

The Uncanny X-Men: Vol. 141 — written by John Byrne and Chris Claremont. Cover art by John Byrne and Terry Austin. Origin of "Days of Future Past.

Hawkeye and Ant-Man attempt the Fastball Special. Wolverine and Colossus call shenanigans.

Hawkeye and Ant-Man attempt the Fastball Special. Wolverine and Colossus call shenanigans.

Top Five Most Iconic Wolverine Covers | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

Top Five Most Iconic Wolverine Covers | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

All the different things people never told Harry. And that isn't even covering a tenth of the things!!!!! :D

All the different things people never told Harry. And that isn't even covering a tenth of the things!!!!! :D

Portadón del comic-book 'Adventure Time: Candy Crapers' nº 6 USA (y último de la serie limitada).

Portadón del comic-book 'Adventure Time: Candy Crapers' nº 6 USA (y último de la serie limitada).

The Question, a master detective who covers his features with a skin-like bandage called Pseudoderm, was created by writer-artist Steve Ditko and first appeared in 1967 in Charlton Comics. (The character was acquired by DC Comics in the early 1980s.) Victor Sage, the original Question, was succeeded by his protégé Renee Montoya. The Question's most frequent foe was Max Bine, the Banshee.

The Question, a master detective who covers his features with a skin-like bandage called Pseudoderm, was created by writer-artist Steve Ditko and first appeared in 1967 in Charlton Comics. (The character was acquired by DC Comics in the early 1980s.) Victor Sage, the original Question, was succeeded by his protégé Renee Montoya. The Question's most frequent foe was Max Bine, the Banshee.

The Death of Superman - DC:  A new enemy/threat to Earth is release and only one man can stop him

The Death of Superman - DC: A new enemy/threat to Earth is release and only one man can stop him

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