Published July, 1993 (Modern Age) by Wizard Entertainment and went on sale in 1993 for $4.95 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in ____, the current NM value is $5.00 USD.
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Read 2020: Worth revisiting? Great Kubert cover! Ad to win original art is cool! "The Future Is Now" is fun to read creators discussing upcoming plots that sometimes never happened, or variations on what ended up published. "Comics Master Mechanic" John Byrne, "From Gofer to Comic Great" Claremont, "How a Typhoon Blew in Success" Cockram, "Poor Dead Doug..." editor Louise Simonson pieces most worth it. "Scorching the Screen" fun if ya like animation. "60s Mutant Mania" gives insight on why the book failed. "Catapult" and "Hitting" fair retrospectives. Some great Marvel and house ads. Just OK or not interesting: "X Marks the Spot" broad overview of origins of X-Men." "X-Cellent Art..." covering history of X-Men artists. Glossaries unengaging
For years, this was THE definitive Wizard magazine devoted to the X-Men. It released during their thirtieth anniversary, just before the Fatal Attractions went into full swing. It has an extensive history of the X-titles, allows for hours of reading, and is still a fun read twenty years later. Highly recommended if you can find a copy. It even has an episode guide for the first season of the 90's animated series.