Tuesday, August 03, 2010

365 Days with Hank McCoy, Day 215

X-Men Children of the Atom #1
Panels from X-Men: Children of the Atom #1 (November 1999), script by Joe Casey, pencils by Steve Rude, inks by Andrew Pepoy, colors by Paul Mounts, letters by Jim Novak


Anonymous said...

They left the O out of the sound effect for the Scott Summers Alarm.

Bully said...

Ted, you win the cherished Bull-Prize for making me laugh like a hyena.

Andrew Leal said...

I admit I don't keep up with X-Men comics. So, umm, in 1999, at least in "Children of the Atom," Hank was a super popular brainy jock and Scott a sad mopey nerd whose only friends were Nietzche, his apple, and (maybe) Professor X who's no doubt reading his adolescent anxiety in that last panel (at least until he too finds it too dull and depressing)? Did Hank later kick sand in his face, causing Scott to send in for dynamic tension cords and dumbbells?