X-Factor #18, February 1991: Page 7
"Magnus Maximoff?" OK, whatever, Magneto. Have fun in Germany.
Meanwhile, in a 4th or 5th subplot, the Blob and the Vanisher have some evil mutant planning underway. And although the caption doesn’t get that specific, we then turn our attention to Xavier’s School for Gifted Middle-Aged Mutants, where presumably Cyclops and Wolverine are working out in the Danger Room and not fighting each other as usual.
X-Factor #18, February 1991: Page 5
Back at the Maximoff house, Magneto is CRYING, yo. Meanwhile, at X-Factor HQ, Jean comforts Boom Boom while Cyclops goes to hang at the X-Mansion or whatever.
While most 14-year-olds were drawing comics about superheroes fighting, I was making ones about break-ups and proposals and family crises. I was SPECIAL.
Q:how do you set up a site like this, I got a whole bunch of comics I made and would like to get on the web
Well, I’m glad you asked, Anonymous. Here are the steps required to find internet success the way I obviously have:
- Go back in time 25 years and draw a bunch of sh*tty comics. It helps to have few friends and a lot of time on your hands.
- After returning to the present, go to www.tumblr.com and create an account.
- Scan your comics. You can either invest a hundred bucks in a scanner, or borrow the one at your local library. Assuming the economy has not destroyed the library system in your area.
- Upload your comics as photo posts on your new Tumblr account. Snarky commentary is optional, but recommended.
I hope that helps. Be sure to keep me updated on the progress of your endeavor!
X-Factor #18, February 1991: Page 1
So, to remind you kids, because it’s been months since the last issue went up: X-Factor defeated Mutant Killer, Changeling left the Mission X (the self-given name for X-Factor’s kid trainees), and Jean Grey caught Scott Summers rehearsing his marriage proposal to her, at which point she accepted, so … here we are.