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  1. What’s the creative mode to get layers. We’re at 198 and keen to get to 220. dies anyone know what the galactic event will be?
  2. I think a lot of this tier stuff is down to when you grew up and/or were exposed to comics.
  3. I’m torn on it, but if you grew up in the late 1970s or saw the repeats in the 1980s:
  4. Don’t we normally have a discussion thread alongside the list thread?
  5. Well on that basis the X-men weren’t A-tier either at least until the 1990s animated series. The a-tier would be pretty narrow and only have the likes of Spider-Man, The Hulk, Batman, Superman, perhaps Wonder Woman.
  6. As I say, I understand that the x-men are hugely popular. And of course Spider-Man is - he’s had loads of series and cartoons. I’m not arguing against any of that. What I am arguing against is Cap and Iron Man being “c-tier”. They are absolutely not.
  7. That may well be right in terms of sales. My perspective is purely from the period I was into comics and hanging out in comic shops in the mid to late 1980s and very early 1990s, so I am sure it is limited. I recall it was the period of massive cross-overs in the mutant titles, Claremont was still writing X-men with stories like Mutant Massacre and Inferno. The cross-overs gave lots of focus to the New Mutants and the original X-men rebooted as X-Factor. Don’t get my wrong, I read those titles and liked them (although I wasn’t massively taken by the New Mutants). But at t
  8. Sorry I am late to this but I loved John Byrne’s run on She-Hulk and the fourth wall breaking. [I also note that someone said Cap and Iron Man weren’t that popular. I certainly read them in the mid to late 1980s and early 1990s. I seem to recall they were popular. Maybe it was just me.]
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    There seem to be a few Pixies threads but I thought I would perform necromancy on this one:
  10. New Matthew Halsall. Mellow and beautiful:
  11. I thought the third film was The Mummy. You’ll be swaddled in bandages.
  12. I find you can read the content on the D&DBeyond website but it’s not as easy to read in the app.
  13. Yeah, and I got a holy aura from him. As if this wasn’t weird enough already.
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