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In reality everyones in their 40’s in the next movie, but I want Punk!Mutants so too bad have some drawings

my knowledge of punk culture is ‘they wear leather and patches and like to smoke right" and so 

adramaticlife  asked:

Okay, so I love Storm. But I've never really been able to get into the comics. And I would love to! Any ideas/suggestions of where a beginner could start reading X-men with a heavy presence of Storm in it?? Thanks!!

First things first, the old Uncanny X-Men
More recent stuff is probably better for beginners, esp if you haven’t really been able to get into comics, but this is just in case you want a bit of that original X-Men reading (first ever appearances and major storylines of the 80′s - Mohawk Storm!)

Uncanny X-Men #145-147 (Rogue Storm)
It involves the famous Doctor Doom flirting scene - moral of the story: everyone should love and fear her, even DD, because she’s amazing

Uncanny X-Men #159 (Blood Feud!)
Storm and Dracula, that’s all you need to know

Uncanny X-Men #169-170 (Dancin’ in the Dark)
SO iconic. Storm takes on Callisto, the leader of the Morlocks - very famous fight

Uncanny X-Men #186 + #198 (Lifedeath Part 1 & 2) - also #220 (Unfinished Business)
Super important Storm storyline - she loses her powers, huge fallout with Forge - very deep, a big moment in her comic life

Uncanny X-Men #201 (Duel)
Storm once again proves she’s Queen - she fights Cyclops, STILL POWERLESS, to be the new leader of the X-Men

Uncanny X-Men #215-216 (Crucible)
Still without her powers, she takes on some superpower people hunting her down - once again, she’s amazing.

Recent series:

X-Men: Worlds Apart #1-4 - Very good Storm series, highly recommended

X-Treme X-Men Vol. 1 (especially issues #36-39 which you can buy as a collection here) - Storm at her best really

Storm Vol. 2 - lovely art, depicts story of Storm’s origin and meeting of Black Panther (its a retcon but good nonetheless)

Storm Vol. 3 - a bit dull, not much of a storyline but nevertheless a very recent solo series and plenty of nice art and Ororo to enjoy.

Ororo: Before the Storm - very easy read - might be useful to start here

House of M - Scarlet Witch makes the universe alternate. Unsurprisingly, Storm is Princess of Kenya

Black Panther Vol. 4, 5 and 6 - Storm’s always around, if you like the two together, its worth a read

Astonishing X-Men #25-35 (collected as Ghost Box and Exogenetic) - some GREAT storm ass-kicking here

Avengers Vol. 4 #19-25 - Storm as an Avenger? Yes please.

Fantastic Four Vol. 1 #544-550 - Storm and Black Panther replace Mr. Fantastic and Sue Storm (who decide to take a break from the FF to work on their marriage)

Avengers vs. X-Men - Important Storm and Black Panther marriage point, that’s all I’m saying to keep it spoiler-free

Most of X-Men Vol. 3 - Ororo’s such a prominent x-member, it’s hard to find issues where she doesn’t show up

X-Men Vol. 4 - an all girl x-team led by Storm you say? Sign me up.

And, if you want to follow her current activity, the team she’s now a member of is X-Men: Gold Vol. 2  (I believe this series and Black Panther Vol. 6 - previously mentioned - are the only two series going with Storm in at the moment. I could be wrong)

Oh and, just for fun, the one-off Amazon comic - DC and Marvel amalgamated a bunch of their characters - Storm became Princess Ororo of Themiscyra and takes on Poseidon. Pretty cool.

Note: I haven’t read all of the series above so couldn’t be as specific in some cases i.e all the Black Panther volumes and X-Men Vol. 3 & 4