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    It's Too Quiet Red Oak Kid's Avatar
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    Default X-Men 64

    I recently saw a page of artwork on the internet from X-Men 64 by Don Heck and Tom Palmer. It appeared to try and mimic the art of Neal Adams who had drawn the previous issues. I figured it would be easy to find a reprint of it, but that doesn't seem to be the case. According to the GCD it was only reprinted in The Official Marvel Index of X-Men #3, whatever that is. I assume it is in an X-Men Essential tpb.

    I wonder if there is a reason for this. I think I saw that this issue introduces a new character; Sunfire or something like that.

    Any ideas?
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    *choke* Dan B. in the Underworld's Avatar
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    It's in both Marvel Masterworks X-Men vol. 6 (which I bought back when I started wondering whether the hell we'd ever get ...) Essential Classic X-Men vol. 3.
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    It's also part of the MDCU library.

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    Senior Member Polar Bear's Avatar
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    Grapeweasel, what's the MDCU library?

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    Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, their little rental service.


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