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Disney Studios breakthrough began with mice. More specifically, it began with its first successful animated short, Steamboat Willie, starring Mickey Mouse. Yet throughout the years, there have only been a handful of Disney animated features starring mice. So now it’s … Continue reading
It’s the penultimate issue of the second hero vs. hero Marvel even that began in 2016. I get that they wanted to play on the Civil War movie hype, but why are there two of them?
The first issue of Monsters Unleashed is just big, dumb fun, and that’s exactly what this issue is too.
As much as I really didn’t look forward to this event at first, Inhumans vs. X-Men 0 was actually really good. The first issue of this event, the second of Marvel’s hero vs hero events in 2016 alone, was a … Continue reading
It feels like this event is a long-time coming. Not because the terrigen mist story arc has been going on for years mind you, but because it’s basically a rehash of Decimation and the Legacy Virus, two long-form story arcs … Continue reading
Going into this issue, I wasn’t all that excited. The X-Men’s terrigen mist story arc was a bad idea to begin with, and it felt like a dull rip-off of the legacy virus and decimation time periods combined. Death of … Continue reading
It’s always sad when such a fun series ends, and this is no exception. I didn’t even realize this series was ending until I reached Kelly Thompson’s thank you letter at the end (definitely worth a read by the way). … Continue reading
The first issue of Death of X was a mixed bag. On the one hand, the Inhumans’ scene was kind of fun. On the other hand, the X-Men half of the story is the perfect example of everything that’s going … Continue reading
In the previous issue, it was predicted by Ulysses that Nico would kill someone named Alice. Refusing to believe some random prophet that she could be a killer, Nico runs away from the rest of A-Force, and ends up in … Continue reading