Uncanny Origins (1996-1997) #4

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Published December, 1996 (Modern Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1996 for $0.99 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $1.00 USD.

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  • Forged in Fire!

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bobashep
5

by on 4/23/2016 8:42:00 PM

Issue #4 stars one of the cosmic stars of the Marvel Universe. OK, Firelord is more of a third tier character, but that last sentence was a pretty good pun you must admit. I am actually at a loss as to why they chose Firelord as this issue's subject. With every issue thus far about mutant characters, I was convinced that Uncanny Origins was an X-men title. This is the best issue of the bunch ( so far, of course…) and it's not because this issue doesn't focus on mutants either. The writing by James Felder is quite good. Plus Dave Hoover does another bang up job on the artwork.

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