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Artist Alley in Cleveland will also feature such notables as Clinton Hobart (Disney licensed fine artist), Martin Egeland ("Aquaman," "Alpha Flight,"), Carl Potts ("Alien Legion," "Venom"), Todd Johnson ("Tribe"), Larry Stroman ("The Uncanny X-Men," "Tribe"), Thom Zahler ("My Little Pony," "Ultimate Spider-Man"), Brian Shearer ("IDW," "GI Joe"), John Sloboda ("Star Wars," "The Walking Dead"), Victor Dandridge ("The Samaritan," "The Trouble w/Love") and many others.
Even the cover illustration sends up a John Romita and Bob Wiacek Uncanny X-Men cover.
It covers the phenomena that delighted Baby Boomers, Generation X, and beyond: Uncanny X-Men, New Teen Titans, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Love and Rockets, Crisis On Infinite Earths, Superman vs.
Italian artist Legno will be doing signings, workshops and meeting fans, as will American-Filipino comic book artist Whilce Portacio, known for his work on The Punisher, X-Factor, Uncanny X-Men, Iron Man and Wetworks and for co-creating the X-Man Bishop.
Newcastle staff expect a lot of interest in the six works which, alongside Captain America and Spider-Man, feature Thor, Iron Man and The Uncanny X-Men.
The central premise comes from the 1981 Uncanny X-Men comic "Days of Future Past,'' in which Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page) uses the consciousness transference powers of a psychic teammate to go back from a dystopian future and rewrite history.
Under pressure from Lee and other successful comic book writers, Marvel revised the Comics Code in the 1970s, and Jewish writer Chris Claremont introduced Magneto's Holocaust experience in the 1978 comic book Uncanny X-Men.
Not to mention the martyred majesty that strides step-by-step alongside the uncanny X-Men, as they repeatedly try to save a world that just doesn't, y'know, like, get them.
Just the language used to describe these characters--"the uncanny X-Men," "the Incredible Hulk," "the amazing Spider-Man"--opens up a whole world.
Based on Marvel's 1981 Uncanny X-Men storyline "Days of Future Past" by Chris Claremont and John Byrne, the film is directed by Bryan Singer.
Gage said his life changed when he came across "The Uncanny X-Men,'' issues 139-142, which include the popular "Days of Future Past'' story line.