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Since I only picked up four comics this week, I’ll just write a full review for each of them and skip the first impressions post. First up is X-Men Blue 4. X-Men Blue 4 takes place sometime after the previous … Continue reading
The first issue of X-Men Blue introduced us to the new direction for the teenaged original 5 X-Men trapped in the modern world. It gave us a great action scene to show off not only why the original team is … Continue reading
Since I only bought 4 comics this week, I’m skipping the first impressions post and going straight to comic reviews for each of them. And first up is X-Men Blue, the new series written by Cullen Bunn starring the teenaged … Continue reading
I loved the Mass Effect trilogy. I even defended the Mass Effect 3 ending a bit, even though I acknowledge that the un-extended ending felt rushed. So what are my thoughts on Mass Effect: Andromeda? I haven’t played it yet. … Continue reading
With today’s issue of Inhumans vs X-Men out of the way, the terrigen mist story arc is over. Mutants are free to live the Earth without fear of extinction, at least from the mist. It’s a story arc that probably … 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?