Rogue & Gambit #1 is a great first issue for this mini, giving us just enough of a hint of what’s to come while also offering up what we really want – Rogue and Gambit, trading barbs and enjoying every minute of it.
With Lemire, Soule, and Yu at the helm, this should have been one of the best issues on the stand this week, unfortunately, Inhumans vs X-Men #6 comes across as lackluster and stale.
Logan is a film that hits as hard as it does because of all that has come before it, bidding a fond farewell to one of comic book cinema’s best characters.
By almost all accounts, 2016 was pretty rough. But here are some things our community of nerds can look forward to in 2017.
It’s part two of Marvel’s latest event – Inhumans Vs. X-Men, as the mutants begin their assault on the Inhumans’ home, Attilan.
Death of X #4 saves the series’ overall story with an elegant twist ending, though sloppy artwork and dull action scenes make it a difficult read.
There is a whole lot to be excited about in the world of comic books right now, but there are still issues in this little corner of the universe that we love so much.
[WARNING – This review of X-Men: Apocalypse contains SPOILERS.] The year is 1973. Following his assault on President Richard Nixon, ferromancer Erik Lehnsherr became Public Enemy Number One. Shapeshifter Raven Darkholme inadvertently became the face of a movement and a hero to thousands of young people after stopping the assassination attempt. And Charles Xavier, the world’s […]