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I always read every comic I review twice. I try to do that with every comic I buy anyway, but I make sure to do it with every review. Part of the reason I do that is that for my … Continue reading
So, it’s the last week of April. X-Men Gold 2 got delayed a week, and I’m not surprised considering the controversy surrounding the first issue. I won’t talk about it here – there’s more than enough information about it online … Continue reading
Well, I’m not in the greatest mood tonight. Long story short, I asked for this weekend off of work, and my boss forgot. This isn’t the first time he’s forgotten either. Also, I worked until 11 even though I’m not … Continue reading
This series started off so well when it introduced Brian Wood’s all-female X-Men team. Of all the X-Men books, it had the most classic-style feel, a threatening villain and entertaining writing. Most of the Sisterhood arc has felt rushed though, … Continue reading
And thus ends this year’s X-Men crossover event; a crossover featuring X-Men from the past, the present and a possible future. An X-Men event that started strong, dragged a bit in the middle, and almost finished strong again. This issue … Continue reading
This issue touches on a lot of different plot threads. While they’re all self-explanatory, you might be a little lost if you haven’t read this series much yet. That said, this is the best AVX tie-in this series has had … Continue reading
Uncanny X-Men 15 This issue begins the battle between the Phoenix Five and Mr. Sinister’s own army of, well … Sinisters. There are also plenty of scenes hinting at tensions within the team as well. Is it any good though?