Charles Xavier’s Dream

The dream, Captain — Charles Xavier’s dream — where all Earth’s children, mutant or otherwise, live together in peace and harmony! Where people are judged for who they are — not what they look like or how they’re born. That’s why he created the X-men, to exemplify that dream. Are you saying , simply because the X-men are dead … we’re supposed to give it up?! – Phoenix

The standards of comics include inventiveness, originality, and consistency. The best comics really are great artworks” – David Carrier The Aesthetics of Comics

Comics is a form of visual art consisting of images which are commonly combined with text, often in the form of speech balloons or image captions. Originally used to illustrate caricatures and to entertain through the use of amusing and trivial stories, it has by now evolved into a literary medium with many subgenres.

Runaways is a comic book about six teenagers who discover their parents were secretly a group of super-villains called The Pride. It was launched in 2002 as part of Marvel’s Tsunami imprint. It was created by writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Adrian Alphona.

“I don’t think that we should seek to define comics on a formal basis. I think that some of the best comics do not involve “sequential images” which is the basis of every formal definition of comics. – Eddie Campbell, Interview with Ultrazine, 28 December 2000

Cable & Deadpool is a superhero comic published by Marvel Comics.

The history of comics is mostly just a history of crap. – Gary Groth BookForum Summer 2006

You know, I distrust people who ‘read’ comics … you don’t read a comic book. You look at a comic book. While you’re looking at a comic, sure, you read the words; as well, you learn to look at the panels in a certain order, in a certain way … if you start out to ‘read’ a comic book, you’re starting out with the wrong mind-set. – Samuel R. Delany The Comics Journal

“Women in Refrigerators” is a website that was created in 1999 by a group of comic book fans.

The site features a list of female comic book characters that had been injured, killed, or depowered as a plot device within various superhero comic books. The term “Women in Refrigerators” was coined by writer Gail Simone as a name for the website.

“Women in Refrigerators”

The viewer is a ‘co-producer” of the comics text at a level of involvement and intensity just through the nature of the medium itself. – Samuel R. Delany The Comics Journal

Excalibur is a Marvel Comics superhero group, an off-shoot of the X-Men, usually based in the United Kingdom. Conceived by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer Alan Davis

You forget — dreams are sometimes windows to other realities. … and waking doesn’t always make things better. – Apparition of Rachel Summers (Phoenix) in a dream of Kitty Pryde (Shadowcat)


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