This week, Hunter presents a humorous spotlight on Thunderbird!
Sex: Neutered MaleBreed:Apache
Color: Blue w/ red accents and fringe.
Age: 18 (supposedly when joined the military.)
Hair: Long and waving in the wind baby!
Markings/Distinguishing Characteristics:Dresses like an indian/native American circa Village People but with more biceps and a bad attitude.
Contact InformationName:Marvel Comics c/editor of dead characters we might bring back.
Phone :(325) 555-0133
123 N. Main Street
Last SeenLocation:Convenient X-Men Plot.
Date:March 13, 2010
Story: Thunderbird, aka John Proudstar was a member of the 2nd team of X-men formed by the always "brilliant", X-men founder Charles Xavier. On the team's second mission, Thunderbird was deemed disposable by the X-editors in what most Native American comic fans deemed a waste of a good characters and silently asked "Why couldn't it be Cyclops that jumped on that plane?"
Thunderbird would make occasional appearances when it seemed the X-men needed to be reminded of the "friends" they lost in a haunting fashion. Let's be thankful though. He could've been done in like Maggot.
Written or Contributed by: J.M. Hunter
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