Redundantly*, the description and the footnote for Shadowcat give pretty much the same explanation of ‘Phasing’.
(*Redundant: Of information, repetitious or otherwise unnecessary.)
I read that in the voice of the kid from the end of ‘Goodbye Mr. Chips’. Fitting, since it’s a school and all.
Picasso’s Kitty Pryde.
“Tiny Wolverine” needs to be a real comic, like, yesterday. Maybe Marvel can do a whole thing with it. Marvel Heroes Meet Fantastic Voyage, or some such. I have ideas, people!
Mutant doody. Heh.
If a soccer mom who didn’t know who Kitty Pryde was saw that uncolored picture or her, they could interpret that costume as fairly innappropriate for a kid’s book.
I swear, I thought that read “Gallery of Heroes and Villains OF Color,” which made sense because Storm was the first one I saw. Wolverine confused me, but he often does.
The individual character drawings are adapted from the Jim Lee X-Men trading cards from 1992.
Shadowcat (complete with pipe through left leg):
Strong Guy (what child would know to color Polaris’ hair green in that picture?):