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This is the only comic I picked up this week, and even then, it was on my “maybe” list. Why? Because I kind of hated Uncanny X-Men 11. Usually I try to re-read every comic I pick up within a … 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?
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
On the one hand, Marvel is coming out with way too many event comics lately. Civil War II was lackluster overall, with a story that moved way too slow for its own good, failing to live up to the “Civil … Continue reading
Judging by the fact that I’ve said multiple times that I’m tired of the terrigen mist story arc, and the fact that I didn’t like Death of X, you’d think I would hate this issue. I don’t.
Well, we now know how Cyclops died. After more than a year of teasers, we finally know. By now it’s too late to even say “finally”. It’s just underwhelming, just like this entire miniseries, but I’m getting ahead of myself.
There’s one week left for this year’s Nanowrimo, which means it’s time to really ramp up you’re writing if your prospects for winning are tightening up. For me, I’ve been taking it relatively easy since the 15th, when I finished … Continue reading
Back when All-New All Different Marvel began, I started reading all the X-Men comics. Although I liked the concept of Uncanny X-men, a team made up mostly of former villains, the writing in the first arc wasn’t all that special. … 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