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Marvel Found the Perfect Way to Bring Back Obscure Fan-Favorite Heroes

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Warning: Spoilers forMarvel's Voices Infinity Comics andX-Men Unlimited Infinity Comics The popular scrolling Marvel Unlimited Infinity Comics from Marvel Comics have been a fun and exciting way to engage new readers, but recent arcs in Marvel's Voices Infinity Comic and X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic have proven that they are a great venue for bringing back deep cut, fan-favorite characters, making the digital-only comics a delight for established readers as well.

It can be incredibly hard for comics writers to bring back obscure characters from classic Marvel stories in current comics, with these characters usually being relegated to the background or seen in flashback series like the current X-Men Legends comic.

Yet writers Steve Orlando, Anthony Oliveira, and Luciano Vecchio have all managed to incorporate these minor forgotten characters in big ways in their Infinity Comics, proving that these in-continuity yet not-mainstream comics are the perfect place to reintroduce beloved characters back to into the Marvel Universe.

Related: The New, Extremist X-Men Green: Team Members & Powers Explained Some Infinity Comics, like the Patsy Walker Infinity Comic  — written by Trina Robbins with art by Derek Charm and Rico Renzi — are intrinsically «throwback» comics similar to X-Men Legends, but Patsy Walker is not set in current continuity.

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