I was looking through some old comics when I thought of a new game. I call it Three of a Kind. Here's my first entry. 

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Apologies if they have appeared before, I did a quick review of previous posts and didn't spot them.

But I'll take any opportunity to post Kirby, Wood and a Kirby / Ditko tribute art.

One changed pretty much every other issue, one was more or less permanent and one reverted back to the classic after a while.

There are probably more, but this came to mind.

I always thought it was interesting that DD lost his red-and-yellow outfit and Iron Man picked up the design in the same way: red torso, yellow limbs. But on HIM, it looked good.

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