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Before I get into this review, let’s talk about my biggest complaint about what is otherwise a fairly good series so far. Cullen Bunn’s X-Men Blue feels unfocused. There have been so many smaller stories with little connection between them … Continue reading
I only picked up three comics this week, so let’s review all of them. First up is Inferno 5. “All things considered, kind of a weird day.” – Domino.
Well, this is my smallest pull list in a while. I only picked up 4 comics today so instead of bothering with a first impression’s post, I’ll just write a review for all 4. First up, it’s Inferno 4, the … Continue reading
So I’m in the middle of July’s Camp Nanowrimo, and this month I’m writing the most ambitious book in my series yet. It’s already starting to look like the first draft will be at least 100,000 words (my previous longest … Continue reading
The first issue of Inferno was excellent. It set up a world where in the classic X-Men event, Inferno, the bad guys won. New York is overtaken by hordes of demons led by Darkchilde, and only the X-Men and a … Continue reading
It’s the second week of June, and with it, I’m finally back to reading DC comics after skipping Convergence. It’s nice that they’re finally dropping the “New 52 banner”. Unfortunately, my local shop didn’t receive everything it was supposed to … Continue reading
As with Old Man Logan, I haven’t yet read the X-Men Inferno event, although I know the gist of the story and its aftermath. This basically takes place in a world where the X-Men lost. Manhattan is overrun with demons, … Continue reading