V’S FANART STORYTIME. In the list of the top things I love in this world, I can guarantee you that the 80’s and X Men are two of them. The 80’s, of course, for its fashion, its insanity, and its kickass partyin’ music. The X Men for its complex cast of characters, its Civil Rights-esque allegory, and every part of the franchise. So let’s be real: when the 80’s met X Men, something truly magical was born. You’ve got Jubilee and Gambit showing up for the first time. Kitty Pryde and Rogue get these amazing giant hairstyles and popped-collar jackets. Most of all though: Mohawk Storm. I argue that the 80s X Men was the best X Men, and here to prove my point is a collection of some of the best Mohawk Storm fan arts I’ve found in my time on the internet. Above image (and homage to Janet Jackson) is credited to Cliff Chiang.
Yildiray Cinar.
Sean Anderson.
Erica Hesse.
George Marston.
Paul Maybury.
Mike Maihack.
Beetle Griffith Birdley.
Ulises Farinas.
Elvire De Cock.
Sebastián Franchini.★

V’S FANART STORYTIME.

In the list of the top things I love in this world, I can guarantee you that the 80’s and X Men are two of them. The 80’s, of course, for its fashion, its insanity, and its kickass partyin’ music. The X Men for its complex cast of characters, its Civil Rights-esque allegory, and every part of the franchise. 

So let’s be real: when the 80’s met X Men, something truly magical was born. You’ve got Jubilee and Gambit showing up for the first time. Kitty Pryde and Rogue get these amazing giant hairstyles and popped-collar jackets. Most of all though: Mohawk Storm

I argue that the 80s X Men was the best X Men, and here to prove my point is a collection of some of the best Mohawk Storm fan arts I’ve found in my time on the internet. Above image (and homage to Janet Jackson) is credited to Cliff Chiang.

Yildiray Cinar.


Sean Anderson.


Erica Hesse.


George Marston.


Paul Maybury.


Mike Maihack.


Beetle Griffith Birdley.


Ulises Farinas.


Elvire De Cock.


Sebastián Franchini.


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    Okay. I’m better now. Time to get back to work. Ah, Mohawk Storm, is there anything you can’t make better?
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    RAD post is both RAD AND NECESSARY. ( Cut the ones that were ridiculously whitewashed :P )
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