It’s Wednesday, and any major comic fan knows exactly what that means. But first, here’s a quick update on my fiction writing. I’ve picked an editor for my first book, and that process begins on June 30th. In the meantime, … Continue reading
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Nightcrawler’s first issue was good, but it was hard to gage the quality of the series with that issue alone. Half of the good parts were reminiscing on Nightcrawler’s past with the X-Men and re-uniting with old friends. Chris Claremont’s … Continue reading
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