Kinker Korner is back and this time we look at the greatest x-men stories of all time. The children of the atom have been well overdue a list so here we go.
The Uncanny X-Men #230, published by Marvel Comics in 1988, is a sly little book. Written by uber-scribe Chris Claremont and penciled by Marc Silvestri, it takes place just after the events of the “Fall of Mutants” crossover, and the team relocated to Australia.
In 1982 Chris Claremont had a genius idea among many, one that he would drop into the middle of X-Men continuity, an idea so wonderful that we would all wonder afterwards why it had been done constantly since the inception of the comic book genre.
Marvel Tales #201 Starring Spider-Man is one of those books that was an automatic buy. Not because it was Marvel Tales, not even because it had Spider-Man on the cover. The reason this one was picked up without being opened as I stood in Olsen News was because it had Spider-Man fighting another hero, in this case Captain Britain, on the cover.