Good morning! This is the first thing I’ve written since I flipped a car a few weeks ago (I’m fine). Hey, they announced the 2021 Ringo nominees! Congratulations and good luck to everyone who got a nom. John Oliver’s National Art Tour will be making the Cartoon Art Museum its final stop! Too bad Cori…
Between the last X-Force and this month’s Wolverine, it’s nice to feel like these books are actually doing something again.
If the stretch between X of Swords and the Hellfire Gala felt like treading water, this issue of X-Force at least feels like it finally has some momentum again.
I haven’t made a secret of how tired Wolverine has been making me feel since the end of X of Swords. This issue, they felt like the solution to that was…Deadpool!
In many ways, X-Force #20 feels like the real start of the Hellfire Gala despite being the second issue of the story.
Maybe it’s me? I dunno, my eyes just glaze over when we get another plot about Wolverine’s special blood.
REVIEW: Mutants Don’t Know the Difference Between an Embassy and a Consulate In Children of the Atom #3
I dunno. I guess I’m hitting that point where my enthusiasm is starting to run dry, even for a book like Children of the Atom.
With continuing art by Garry Brown, X-Force #19 wraps up a very necessary introspective arc about Quentin Quire’s transition into adulthood.
Good morning! I don’t know about you but it’s been another of those weekends that just aren’t long enough for me. For our most important news item, last week had some great news on the Former-WWACers-moving-up front: Kelly Kanayama has joined the Scottish BAME Writer’s Network as their Admin and Media Support! Joining alongside her…
I mean, I guess.
Today is Gumroad Day, the day when the indie publishing platform lets creators take home 100% of all sales made on their site. In the interest of that, we here at WWAC thought we’d share a few of our favorite recommendations!
Y’know, for a mutant with a name like Kid Omega, it’s kind of surprising how Quentin Quire’s story in X-Force seems to never end.