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    Default Jim Lee's First Issue

    For those of you not following the AF.net twitter feed, Jim Lee recently posted an image of a letter sent to him regarding his first Marvel Assignment - Alpha Flight #51, which might be of interest to folks.

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    Interesting!
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    That is interesting. I actually have AF #51 signed by Jim Lee
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    I've always preferred Lee's AF stuff more so than anything he did after. The lines were much cleaner (might have been the inker) and it just didn't look as busy as everything he's done since X-Men.

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    That is kind of a cool insight into the process.
    Will we ever know if he shipped it on time?

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    "Mahatma Gandhi often changed his mind publicly. An aide once asked him how he could so freely contradict this week what he had said just last week. The great man replied that it was because this week he knew better."

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