X-Men 90's Mutant Circle by Jim Lee Men's T-Shirt
Question: What year did artist Jim Lee take over regular penciling duties for Uncanny X-Men?
Answer: in 1989, specifically in issue #267, he began his legendary tenure with the forever ill-fated X-Men.
In 1991, due to his sharp, immensely detailed artwork garnering an overabundance of fan-based support, Jim Lee would move on to penciling and co-plotting a second X-Men book, simply titled X-Men.
Accompanied by writer Chris Claremont and kicking off with several interlocking covers, X-Men #1 was named the best-selling comic book of all time, selling over 8.1 million copies and raking in over seven-million X-Dollars.
Enough with the history lesson! Tell us more about the actual t-shirt!!
Fine. Made from 90% cotton and 10% polyester, our X-Men 90's Mutant Circle by Jim Lee Men's T-Shirt is a heather-gray X-Men t-shirt celebrating Jim Lee's amazing artwork and his astoundingly positive effect on comic book sales.
Yep, it's the 'X-Circle' filled with Jim Lee-rendered images of Storm, Wolverine, Beast, and Rogue. Besides the stunning X-People, the symbol beseeches Mutants to unite! So...unite, already!
- Sku: tsxm90jleemutcir
- Color: Heather Grey
- Sleeve Type: Short sleeve
- Licensor: Marvel
- Style Attributes: Image
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Reviews of X-Men 90's Mutant Circle by Jim Lee Men's T-Shirt
Art work is cool and fits well
Live the 90s style
Great fit! tight across my chest, shows of my pecs, ha! Storm and Wolvie look their best here.