REVIEW: Avengers Vs. X-Men #5

REVIEW: Avengers Vs. X-Men #5

Written by MATT FRACTION Art by JOHN ROMITA JR. & SCOTT HANNA Colors by LAURA MARTIN Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS The Phoenix is here and it is not pleased. With issue #5 of the series, readers finally get to the good stuff and it was worth the wait. Everything has led up to this moment […]

REVIEW: Avengers Vs. X-Men #4

Written by JASON AARON, BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS, ED BRUBAKER, JONATHAN HICKMAN & MATT FRACTION Art by JOHN ROMITA JR. & SCOTT HANNA Colors by LAURA MARTIN Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS This is a series with the potential to be great. Considering the writing team and artists, not to mention the killer concept, Avengers vs. X-men […]

REVIEW: Avengers Vs. X-Men #3

Written by JASON AARON, BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS, ED BRUBAKER, JONATHAN HICKMAN & MATT FRACTION Art by JOHN ROMITA JR. & SCOTT HANNA Colors by LAURA MARTIN / Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS Readers that follow the stories of the Avengers and/or the X-Men are very aware that Captain America and Wolverine aren’t the best of friends. When […]

REVIEW: Avengers Vs. X-Men #2

Written by JASON AARON, BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS, ED BRUBAKER, JONATHAN HICKMAN & MATT FRACTION Art by JOHN ROMITA JR. & SCOTT HANNA Colors by LAURA MARTIN Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS The knock-down-drag-out brawl started in issue one ramps up in Avengers vs. X-Men #2, pitting father against son, friend against friend, husband against wife and […]

REVIEW: Astonishing X-Men #47

Written by GREG PAK Art by MIKE MCKONE  Colors by RACHELLE ROSENBERG Letters by JOE CARAMAGNA Finally. After a painfully average first two issues, Greg Pak finishes his “Exalted” storyline on Astonishing X-Men with an issue that makes the entire arc worthwhile, and an ending that’s tear-worthy and more emotional than any other Schism-related book. […]

REVIEW: Uncanny X-Men #1

REVIEW: Uncanny X-Men #1

Written by KIERON GILLEN Art by CARLOS PACHECO & CAM SMITH  Colors by FRANK D’ARMATA / Letters by JOE CARAMAGNA I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with Uncanny X-Men. The book has run the gamut from crazy space adventures to more grounded philosophical situations with dashes of action with varying degrees of success. I hoped […]