All-New Wolverine 24 review

In the previous issue, Laura, along with the Guardians of the Galaxy, needed to sneak into the Brood caverns near an experimental biological facility on a moon. Why? Because the Brood captured Gabby. At the end of the issue, Gabby was turned into a new Brood queen. The original Wolverine did overcome a brood infection because of his healing factor, but not only is Gabby’s healing factor likely not as strong, but I imagine the queen brood would be harder to fight off with a healing factor. That made for an intense situation.

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Comics of September 13, 2017

My comic posts were delayed today because I had a job interview this morning, so let’s skip the intro and get straight to it.

The comics I picked up this week include Generations: Captain Marvel and Captain Mar-Vell, Hulk 10, X-Men Blue 11, Doctor Aphra 12, All-New Wolverine 24, Star Wars 36, Supergirl 13, Detective Comics 964 and Action Comics 987. Here are my first impressions, and links to full reviews will be added when they’re posted.

All-New Wolverine 24 review

Action Comics 987 review

Supergirl 13 review

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Generation X 6 review

There tends to be two common traits with X-Men comics focused on teenagers. 1 – they tend to be really good. 2 – they tend to not sell as well as they deserve. The new iteration of Generation X seems to be following that pattern.

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Superman 30 review

Although I wouldn’t call myself a Green Lantern fan, I enjoy the occasional dabble into their world. I enjoyed the Red Lanterns/Supergirl crossover during their New 52 run more than I thought I would. Although the Green Lantern movie is not what I would call a good movie, there were aspects of it that intrigued me. So I’m not going to go out of my way to read any Green Lantern books, I enjoyed this 2-part Superman story involving Sinestro and Parallax.

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Star Wars: Captain Phasma 1 review

Originally I only had two comics on my pull list this week. I chose to pick this up on a whim for several reasons. One – I’m getting more and more excited for The Last Jedi. Two – Captain Phasma doesn’t have that much of a role in The Force Awakens, which kind of felt like a waste of talent. Three – it’s written by Kelly Thompson, who tends to write very enjoyable comics. So after all that, I figured why not?

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Star Wars 35 review

I can’t think of a big intro for this comic, so let’s start off with the basic plot himself. Han Solo is smuggling a hutt.

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X-Men Blue 10 review

Now that the Secret Empire tie-ins are done, we can get back to X-Men Blue’s usual narrative. Not that the tie-ins were terrible. The last issue was pretty good for the most part. The last arc was just harmed by the fact that it tied into a bit of a controversial event (of which I don’t have much of an opinion on either way) and the reveal of some lame secondary mutations.

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