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It’s always a shame when a good comic series ends, even if you can understand why it did. The newest volume of Generation X didn’t exactly have the best sales in the business. That’s unfortunately common with X-Men comics focused … Continue reading
So, I’m back to working mornings for the next couple of weeks, and that means depending on how many comics I’m picking up, I can probably handle both a first impressions post and one full review. The comics I picked … Continue reading
With Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey on the horizon, I guess in hindsight it makes sense that writer Dennis Hopeless’s Jean Grey solo series began with the phoenix story arc. I still would have liked to see a … Continue reading
At long last, the end of the Hellfire Saga is here. It’s been a messy ride, but we can finally put this bizarre storyline behind us. Is this issue any better than the others though?
WATXM 34 has a serious case of ADHD; it can’t focus on any one fight for a decent amount of time. Unless you read this comic slowly, it’s hard to keep track of what’s going on. It tries to touch … Continue reading
Husk fans are going to hate this comic, as will any lovers of subtlety and clever humour. Today’s Wolverine and the X-Men is a stark contrast to Jason Aaron’s Thor: God of Thunder 9 (which is simply awesome). This is … Continue reading
Wolverine and the X-Men 30 is the official prelude to the Hellfire Saga, which is supposed to introduce the Hellfire Academy. This comic has several good ideas running through it. Idie’s motivations for joining the Hellfire club are not only … Continue reading