It turns out that one of the benefits of being a world-famous toy company with a leading edge in the toy market and ownership of the world’s most successful tabletop role-playing game is that you get to just…make action figures from that game!
In this month’s Wolverine, Logan goes to Madripoor! Again!
Now that it’s solidly into its second year, can X-Force maintain its momentum with a new arc in the briny deep, or is it doomed to sink to the bottom?
Good morning. Have you had enough water? If you’re a coffee drinker, it’s a good idea to chase your coffee with some water. You’ll still get the caffeine effect but as it wears off you won’t be so dehydrated, and you’ll function better through the day. This goes for other forms of caffeine as well….
Good morning! Welcome to the third week of January 2021, and let’s hope this one is a touch less exhausting than the first two have been. You may remember news on some copyright strikes happening over some new Japanese laws from a couple weeks ago. The strikes specifically seemed to be related to Dragonball Z…
Eight issues in, Wolverine reminds me of the most overlooked part of the action movies era of the 1980s—the questions asked by veterans, by survivors, of the wars they were lied to about, and the silence that continues in lieu of an answer.
Good morning, and welcome back from the holidays! We’ve kept our content light the last couple of weeks, which has given me a nice little break from writing news posts, but alas, time marches on.
When last we left off of X-Force, prior to studying the blade, Hank McCoy had arrested Piotr Rasputin on suspicion of espionage and treason. Hank being the worst, and Piotr being a very close second, this was a real, “worst guy you know just made a great point” situation.
Hey, uh…you guys like Critical Role? You know, that show with the voice actors and the Dungeons & Dragons?
X-Factor is a hard book for me to talk about. It’s not that it’s bad—quite the opposite—it’s that it quite literally is challenging me on every level when I read it. That’s a factor (heh) I adore.
Lay down your swords, the battle is over! X of Swords: Destruction #1 is the spectacular finish to the X-Men event of the year–an issue so big, so explosive, that we needed FIVE reviewers to talk about it! Cori McCreery, Zoe Tunnell, Nola Pfau, Danielle L., and Kayleigh Hearn are here to discuss who lived,…
Good morning, and happy Monday! Do you have any idea how thankful I am that last week was relatively quiet on the comics front? While we at WWAC were very sad about the end of Hellblazer (second-to-last review coming later today), it appears that at least one company knows what to do with a good writer; in this…