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 […]
Since this week was a light week for me, I decided to follow Brandon Griffin’s example and move outside of my usual comfort zone. I am not as anti-Marvel as Brandon seems to be pro-Marvel, but I am of the opinion that the House of Ideas has been out of ideas for some time. And […]
I don’t know about you, but Marvel’s Age of Apocalypse mega-event from the 1995 stands as one of my favorite events ever. Sure it was super-long, spanning nine different tie-in series over an entire year, but the alternate reality where Charles Xavier’s death ushered in the dominance of Apocalypse was exciting and entertaining. Writers like Mark […]
Just when you thought there were enough great mutants in the world, Brian Michael Bendis throws a together a whole new team of great mutants. Writers like Bendis are what allow 20th Century Fox to feel so confident in having enough characters to populate a whole movie universe with just one comic book franchise. With […]
When you open the book you begin to hear it. Familiar electric chords. The opening notes to a familiar melody of Saturday morning. It is the sound of your childhood returning. I had not realized the full scope of the Secret Wars event until reading X-Men ‘92. Marvel has taken the old comic trope of […]