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Anonymous 05/27/2019 (Mon) 22:47:27 No. 1524
Do you have a favorite /co/-related memory?

Pic related my first comics, all bought at the grocery store
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X-Factor #85 is without a doubt one of my most memorable comics experiences.

It was dark, fast, and focused on the characters. There was death, decapitations, characters actually getting fucked up, and a lat of line work. It's an issue with 50 characters in it, but each panel explains who they are and what they do without drifting off into origin stories.

I was 10 when I read it. It has stuck with me. Attached are a few excerpts, but I saved the best for those that go and read it.

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