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Review: Marvel Team-Up #54

Things go from bad to worse as Spider-Man finds himself imprisoned, with Hulk and Woodgod, within the mysterious Tranquility Base. Bill Mantlo’s script is just so-so, but the big draw here is a young John Byrne’s quickly improving art.

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Review: Marvel Team-Up #53

The Hulk stumbles across a deserted New Mexico town and soon comes to blows with Woodgod. Plus, appearances by Spider-Man and the X-Men! John Byrne gets his first crack at drawing Marvel’s merry mutants, but the results are less than spectacular.

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Review: X-Men #128

As reality unravels in Scotland, the X-Men must go all out against Proteus before he becomes too strong to stop. An excellent climax to the Proteus arc from the X-team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin.

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Review: X-Men #126

The X-Men are reunited on Muir Island – and soon find themselves battling for their lives against Mutant X. The Claremont/Byrne/Austin creative team enters into its golden era with the launch of the Proteus Saga.

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Review: X-Men #125

Reunions and time slips, galactic affairs of state and trouble on Muir Island … yup, it’s another transitional issue! But that’s OK, because no one did transitional issues in the Bronze Age quite as well as Chris Claremont and John Byrne.

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Review: X-Men Annual #3

Arkon the Magnificent seeks Storm’s help to save his world – and he won’t take “no” for an answer. Chris Claremont’s story is a pretty average X-outing, but the art by George Pérez and Terry Austin is magnificent!

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Review: X-Men #124

Trapped in Murderworld, the X-Men must survive myriad deadly challenges – including brainwashed betrayal by one of their own! It’s an all-out action issue from the X-Men creative team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin.

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