This is an interesting month for DC news and solicits because most of DC’s January books are going to be part of Future State. This is a two-month line-wide detour into possible futures of the DC universe. The important things to note are the breaks from the standard 20-page monthly book. Many of the books…
As we fast approach X of Swords: Stasis, the champions of Krakoa still have four swords to retrieve. Two of these swords are meant for the Braddock twins, and we see their quest to claim them in Excalibur #13.
So just HOW do the Hellions play into X of Swords? That’s a question that has been plaguing me since we found out exactly what the crossover is going to entail in X of Swords: Creation. Hellions #5 gives us an answer to how this band of misfit mutants plays into the sword tournament when…
WOOF. Man, I had a low bar for this book, but it managed to limbo right under it. The thing that angers me about Rorschach #1 lies once again in the vast irresponsibility of King’s narrative.
Sorry, we missed last month; technical difficulties got the best of us. Over the last two months, we saw quite a bit of change at DC. There were mass layoffs, that included long-time Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras and a good swathe of editorial. Full details aren’t available, but we wish everyone who was affected the absolute…
The first arc of Hellions wraps up just in time for X of Swords, leaving the readers with moral quandaries and righteous anger. Hellions #4 is a dirty, grimy, yet satisfying conclusion to an arc that still sets things up for the future.
LONG LIVE THE RED QUEEN! Kate Pryde is back, and ready to take some revenge on the Black King. But first, she has some people to see and places to go in Marauders #12.
Who asked for the body horror in Hellions #3? It was one of you, don’t lie!
Welcome to Cover Girls. Each month, we gather a team of WWAC contributors to analyze a new and notable comic book cover featuring one or more women. This month, Rachel, Cori, Dani, Wendy, and Zoe share their thoughts on the cover of Marauders #12 by Russell Dauterman for Marvel Comics.
Back to our (maybe) reality, we catch up where we left off with the team two issues ago in Excalibur #11.
The Cotati have invaded Genosha! And there they find…zombies! And…old ladies? The X-Men are in for one of their strangest fights yet, and we’re here to talk about it!
The Cotati are on Earth! Worse than that: they’re on Genosha! Somehow this all leads to [Alien] Plants versus [Mutant] Zombies versus Old Ladies, and with a three-way fight like that, we need three writers to review Empyre: X-Men #1!