Right off the bat, I have to say that the cover to X-Force #11 is one of my favorites so far.
It’s been nearly a year since I reviewed G.I. Joe #1; we should be right on the cusp of issue #12, where writer Paul Allor said he had the series mapped to in our interview. Instead, a pandemic hit on top of all the fascism, and we’re only halfway there.
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!
Under the pen of Rod Reis, Giant-Size X-Men: Fantomex is a beautiful comic. But that’s really…all it is.
I mentioned last time that Cable had been among my lowest expectations for the current line of X-Books, and how happy I was to be surprised. While the second issue feels a little slight in comparison, it’s got some really, really gratifying moments.
Good morning, folks! We’re back for the start of another week. The seasons may change, the weeks may change, but it’s comforting to know that the comics industry will always be a fucking joke.
Well, Dynamite done fucked up.
I feel almost…out of practice writing this. It’s been a while since we last had an issue of X-Force, and with the way the last few months have been, it’s been difficult to hold focus. It’s with some relief that I find a connection to that in Jean this issue.
Good morning. I guess it’s almost July now? Okay, sure. What started with Cameron Stewart and Warren Ellis has tumbled from a snowball into a full avalanche, with allegation after allegation of grooming, abuse, assault, and more. For a good roundup of that particular issue (and for a given value of “good”), I recommend this…
Welcome to Cover Girl. 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 Nola, Wendy, and Cori look at that cover of Bashiva #1 by Derek Chua.
Whilst researching the history of Clyde Fans and its author, I found that the Guardian ran two separate reviews of the book a week apart this past spring. Both were glowing pieces hailing the book’s somber melancholy, one going so far as to praise its author, the mononymous Seth, as a genius. Other outlets have…
In case you weren’t paying attention, one of the best series of the last year ended recently: Valiant’s solo hero book Livewire. Penned by Vita Ayala with art duties rotating for each arc, Livewire ran for 12 issues on the heels of the Harbinger Wars 2 event and told a complex, thoughtful, and at times painful…