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Fleer Ultra: X-Men Series 4
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This was an excellent set. Most of the artwork was pretty
stellar. Plus I like the fun cards like the "Spring Break"
Cards: I won't
display every card from this series because I don't think every card is
necessarily attractive or otherwise special. What
you'll see here are some of the cards I think stand out.
I hope you enjoy these cards, too!
I don't normally like the non-silver-costume look of Dazzler, but the
illustration on this card was VERY well done. Kudos!
Domino isn't an overly sexy character, but I really loved the action in
this picture. Very intricate and elaborate artwork!
#51: White Queen
This is probably the sexiest trading card of White Queen ever produced!
Original Team: Angel
This is one character I wish Marvel wouldn't have updated.
"Angel" was a cool character concept. When they changed him to
"Archangel" and made him darker, it took a lot of the fun out of
him. I love this very stylish, 1960s-inspired art.
#89: Original Team: Beast
#91: Original Team: Iceman
Cool illustration! The boots are kind of funky, though.
#93: Original Team: Professor X
This was just a great concept; to show Professor X with the original
#97: X-Men Blue Team: Psylocke
I love the look of the character and the basic concept, but I never did
follow her in the comics that much.
#99: X-Men Blue Team: Wolverine
#100: X-Men Gold Team: Archangel
Although I've never been thrilled with the switch from Angel to
Archangel, I must admit this is some great artwork for the character.
#104: X-Men Gold Team: Storm
I love all the bright colors used on this card! Awesome!
#137: Rogue vs. Ms. Marvel
A sexy, fantastic catfight pic!
#144: Spring Break: Professor X & Jubilee
#149: Spring Break: Wolverine
This is just too funny!
Sinister Revelations #9: Storm
Sinister Revelations was a special foil card sub-series within this
series of trading cards. Although nothing looks as good as the
real thing, the above scan gives you an idea of what this looks
like. It's a great illustration of Storm, and a neat card in