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Added : 11th September 2011
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Download X-Men Logo Wallpapers – The X-Men are a group of comic book superheroes, occurring in comics of Marvel Publishing. The X-Men were created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and first appeared in X-Men # 1 (September 1963). The original version of the team could not achieve much commercial success, despite the work of comic greats like Roy Thomas and Neal Adams. 1975 the X-Men by Dave Cockrum, Len Wein and Chris Claremont reinterpreted. The All New All Different X-Men soon found its audience and became the most successful American comic book series of the 1980s and 1990s. The success of the first series led to the launch of numerous by-series, which were well received by different audiences.
Since the early nineties, the X-Men have also found their way into other media. In addition to cartoons and video games have appeared five very successful Hollywood films. The X-Men are a group of mutants in the world – people who have special thanks to their genetic codes of human abilities. Mutants are hated by ordinary people many times, it might be out of fanaticism or out of fear that they subjugate the human race, or even replace the dominant species. This fear is fed by various mutants who use their powers for their own goals or hate the man. In order to protect the human environment against these malicious mutants, had Charles Francis Xavier (Professor X) X-Men Group established. The nemesis of the X-Men is the super villain Magneto. This situation illustrates the sociopolitical undertones of the series, mutants are often seen as a metaphor for oppressed minorities. Xavier is often compared to the Afro-American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X. Magneto with the militant