Empty winds scrape on the soul never stop to realize/Animal whisperings intoxicate the night
Hypnotize the desperate slow motionlight/Wash away into the rain
Blood, milk and sky....
"It is wrong to assume that art needs the spectator in order to be. The film runs on without any eyes. The spectator cannot exist without it. It ensures his existence." -- James Douglas Morrison
This was the first appearance of the 3-D, 'blocky' X-Men title on the cover, and it remained until the early 2000s.
It also introduced the painfully underappreciated Lorna Dane, Mistress of Magnetism, on-and-off-again daughter of Magneto.
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kalorama :Take your reason and logic and begone! We don't cotton to your like 'round here!
Life is what you make it.
EDIT: Wow, on second look, this actually came from a Betty Page fanzine, of all things. But it's the closest thing to a source I could find.Before readers knew what was happening, the S.H.I.E.L.D. strip went high tech asJim's style began to mature. The strip became more adult in its tone, something that the supposedly hip Marvel Comics Group wasn't ready for. Jim recalled: "I remember having problems with Marvel about the way I dressed my girls in the strip, both Val and Madame Hydra." He'd inherited the green Hydra uniform design from Kirby, but didn't think it worked for a woman. "I felt readers would find it more interesting if Fury battled villainesses who wore skintight outfits. I disliked those baggy, green outfits because they conceal the figure." From her jumpsuit to her eyeshadow, lipstick and nail polish, (all in the approved shade of green,) Madame Hydra "embodied everything that the well-dressed villainess would wear." The cumulative emerald effect was sexy, in a bizarre way.
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Sign O the TIMES, mess with your mind, hurry before it's 2 late
Let's fall in love, get married, have a baby
We'll call him NATE... (if it's a boy)