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For the Fans, By the Fans Instead of the usual bio section with hundreds of short bios that would need constant updating, Uncanny X-Men Net has decided to create this unique Spotlight On ... category. Each entry will put the focus on one X-related character with a very rich and confusing history, preferably those that are currently a team member in one of the monthly titles. Each character will be featured with a very detailed history, an issue checklist, a costume gallery and important events in the person‘s life will be illustrated with scanned pictures from the actual issues. The date listed below each entry is the date it was either last modified or added to the Spotlight section. The authors of the texts are credited within the entries. Douglas Mangum checks the entries for grammar, spelling and punctuation, Monolith provides all power descriptions used for the vital stats pages.