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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMutant View Post
    37th Place: Chuck Austen (5 Points)



    Chuck Austen had a surprisingly lengthy X-run considering he is considered to be one of the most hated X-Writers of all time. He wrote Uncanny X-Men during the Morrison era and stuck around for the Reloaded revamp and was transferred to X-Men. His was replaced with Milligan shortly after. His contributions to the X-Verse: Juggernaut a hero, Husk and Angel having sex infront of her mother, mutants not being able to get aids, Havok peeing to recreate Iceman, Sammy Squid Boy, Nurse Annie, Northstar/Iceman, Polaris us a psycho, Xorn II, Azazel, Black Tom is a tree, Gambit goes blind, and so much more. He also wrote an arc on Ultimate X-Men and some Exiles.
    Aww, I love me some Iceman/Northstar :3

    Anyway, I feel sorry for the writers that didn't get more points. I forgot to vote in this, and, even if I had voted, I would have forgotten to vote for some of the lesser-known names. But they did good work, I really liked Pak's Magneto Testament.

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    Is it true that Austen's X-Men was the first thing he'd written that wasn't porn? Because I could swear I heard that somewhere...

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    33rd Place: David Lapham, David Hine, Duane Swierczynski, Len Wein (6 Points)



    David Lapham - The current writer of Age of Apocalypse also wrote Deadpool Max back when Deadpool had more titles than Wolverine.

    David Hine - Wrote the fan favorite District X series, where Bishop was a policeman in Mutant Town. The series ended post Hous of M. Hine also wrote The 198 and Civil War: X-Men mini series.

    Duane Swierczynski - Wrote Cable's third on-going series featuring Cable and Hope running from a crazy Bishop. He also wrote some Deadpool one shots.

    Len Wein - While Len Wein barely wrote the X-Men he did create Wolverine, in Hulk, and Nightcrawler, Storm, and Colossus in Gaint Size.
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    Who won the hottest x-men/woman competition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Shogun View Post
    Who won the hottest x-men/woman competition?
    Gambit and Rogue, respectively.

    Also, poor Hine, I was his only vote. At least he made it above Austen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by manymade1 View Post
    Can't wait for the other winners. Do you think this can be finished by Friday maybe?
    I'll try. I was at C2E2 this weekend and I'm going out of town this coming weekend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Siryn View Post
    Aww, I love me some Iceman/Northstar :3

    Anyway, I feel sorry for the writers that didn't get more points. I forgot to vote in this, and, even if I had voted, I would have forgotten to vote for some of the lesser-known names. But they did good work, I really liked Pak's Magneto Testament.
    Northstar/Iceman was the only thing I liked from his run.

    Quote Originally Posted by Probably_not_a_Nurgling View Post
    Is it true that Austen's X-Men was the first thing he'd written that wasn't porn? Because I could swear I heard that somewhere...
    I heard something like that. I can't remember if he was fired from X-Men or not. They let him stay a long time though. But I haven't seen him working at Marvel or DC since.

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    Who won the hottest x-men/woman competition?
    Click the threads and find out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMutant View Post
    I heard something like that. I can't remember if he was fired from X-Men or not. They let him stay a long time though. But I haven't seen him working at Marvel or DC since.
    He was fired from Superman, I know that.

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    32nd Place: Frank Tieri (7 Points)



    Frank Tieri is most known for his run on Wolverine. He also wrote a series called Weapon X which featured Sabbretooth, Kane, Marrow, Maverick, Aurora, Wild Child, and later Cable, Domino, and Meltdown. He also had a run on Deadpool and filled in issues on New Excalibur when Claremont was recovering from surgery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMutant View Post
    Frank Tieri is most known for his run on Wolverine. He also wrote a series called Weapon X which featured Sabbretooth, Kane, Marrow, Maverick, Aurora, Wild Child, and later Cable, Domino, and Meltdown. He also had a run on Deadpool and filled in issues on New Excalibur when Claremont was recovering from surgery.
    Weapon X is Exhibit A as to why Cyclops is not crazy for thinking the government wants to wipe out mutants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMutant View Post
    Len Wein - While Len Wein barely wrote the X-Men he did create Wolverine, in Hulk, and Nightcrawler, Storm, and Colossus in Gaint Size.
    I guess his position reflects how little he actually wrote but we should be forever in his debt for the line up he introduced in Giant Size.
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    Matt Fraction is pretty hot.

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    was I an option for voting?

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    31st Place: Jay Faerber (9 Points)



    The only X-work Jay did was a run on Generation X. The Dodson's did art during his run. He brought in humans to the school when they were running out of money. He had to pick up the pieces of the dreaded Larry Hama Gen X run.
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    29th Place: Howard Mackie and Christos Gage (10 Points)



    Howard Mackie - Wrote a lot of mini series in the 90s including Rogue and Gambit. He had a run on X-Factor which lead to the alternate reality series Mutant X.

    Christos Gage - currently writing X-Men Legacy; his previous work included World War Hulk: X-Men and an arc in Astonishing X-Men which introduced Broo.
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    Hine below Mackie!? I thought you said District X was a fan favorite...

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