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Monthly Archives: October 2016
This time, three more titles have been released (still following the pattern of “Solo” then “X” book). First up, Cable has been announced to get his own solo book. This is not all surprising with the mounting interest in Cable, … Continue reading
Perhaps my first “crush” I can remember, was none other than Carrie Fisher. Of course, as a young lad, I didn’t know – or even care what her real name was. I was in love with Princess Leia. It started … Continue reading
Two more titles have been announced. One of them is Jean Grey. This isn’t remotely surprising. Jean Grey has always had a pretty big following (though, for me, the height of her character was during the original Phoenix/Dark Phoenix era, … Continue reading
Riding on the hype of the recent Guardians of the Galaxy teaser that was released, we just got a trailer for the (last?) Wolverine movie, Logan. The trailer opens with the haunting melody from Johnny Cash’s song, Hurt. The trailer … Continue reading
So the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 teaser has dropped and it’s absolutely great. Not at all surprised, really. Although with how much I love the Guardians of the Galaxy movie (the comics by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning, … Continue reading
So, after quite some time of speculating Marvel was doing away with mutants in favor of Inhumans, because of the movie rights between Fox and Marvel/Disney – it looks like they’re unleashing some new mutant titles. One of the titles … Continue reading
NESS was a crowd funded Kickstart project that met it’s goal. And it’s definitely a book that deserves your attention. They sum it up beautifully on their Kickstarter page, with this simple explanation: NESS is a Del Toro/Lovecraft-inspired cosmic horror … Continue reading
The kind folks of Madius Comics sent us a metric ton of things to review. Normally, I’d go in depth with each one – but they sent us so much I figured I’d give a general run down of my … Continue reading
My mind is a maelstrom of creativity. And I don’t mean that in a bragging sense. In many ways, it’s quite a bit of a curse. Because of it, I am frequently pulled in a thousand directions when it comes … Continue reading