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Brain Cell

Further reading
    • Brain Cell on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki
    • Brain Cell at the Comic Book DB
    • Brain Cell at the Grand Comics Database

Brain Cell (Kevin) is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in Uncanny X-Men #292.

Brain Cell was found to be the one responsible for instigating the riots in the Morlocks tunnels. Professor X was able to calm him down and thus halt the fighting. However, the fate of Kevin was never revealed. He presumably died during the flood or later on the Hill.

Brain Cell has a psi-link with anyone he comes into physical contact with, allowing him to read their thoughts and constantly broadcast his own into their minds.

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Brain Cell

Brain Cell is a mail art project begun by Ryosuke Cohen in June 1985. The project is basically a networked art project where individual artists create their own 30x42cm work of art with stamps, drawings, stickers and so forth. This is sent to Cohen, who prints each cell - 150 copies each - with a Cyclostyle (now out of production). One copy is sent to the author, as well as to the other participants. New editions are published every 8 to 10 days. As of January 2012, there have been 813 issues.

Cohen described the origin of the project's name in 1985:

"Well, I’ll title my work “Brain Cell”, because the structure of a brain through a microscope looks like the diagram of the Mail Art network. Thousands of Neurons clung and piled up together are just like the Mail Art network, I believe."

Brain Cell is an art experiment in the vein of networked mail art, where a network expands from A, copied, forwarded and even returned to the originator. This produces a series of cybernetic cells, which can interact in a non-linear order. Brain Cell has enlisted over 6,000 contributors from 80 nations since 1985.

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