• Cable #1 Is Gunning for Greatness

    Cable #1 Is Gunning for Greatness0

    It’d be easy to chalk it up to lowered expectations, but somehow Cable #1 is the best book of the week and that fact is blowing my mind.

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  • Fallen Angels #6 is Bad, Please Don’t Read It.

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    Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen

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  • Fallen Angels #4: It Doesn’t Make Sense, Any Of This

    Fallen Angels #4: It Doesn’t Make Sense, Any Of This0

    I’ve been pretty clear with how I feel about this series, and Fallen Angels #4 doesn’t really do much to change those feelings. This series is still an unbelievably sloppy and downright confusing book. It’s a book that like it’s main characters, is struggling to find it’s identity. It feels like the book wants to

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  • Fallen Angels #3: Have We Hit Rock Bottom Yet?

    Fallen Angels #3: Have We Hit Rock Bottom Yet?1

    Only two short weeks after the last issue of Fallen Angels, and it’s time for another helping of this extremely dysfunctional and badly characterized X-team. So is Fallen Angels #3 better than the previous issues? No, not really. This book is a complete garbage fire, and with the announcement of Hellions it sure seems like

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  • Bloodstrike: Cable and the Rainbow

    Bloodstrike: Cable and the Rainbow0

    Bloodstrike #1 Rob Liefeld (art and story), Dan Fraga (art), Eric Stephenson (story), Danny Miki (art), Byron Talman (color), Brian Murray (color), Kirt Hathaway (letters) Image Comics 1993 Bloodstrike’s team leader Cabbot is Cable by another name. This is not a controversial or vindictive statement; Liefeld’s LEGO-like sense of superheroic character creation (a source of

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  • Daddy Issues #6: Cyclops: Hot Eyeballs, A Hot Temper, and A Hot Dad Son

    Daddy Issues #6: Cyclops: Hot Eyeballs, A Hot Temper, and A Hot Dad Son2

    To “celebrate” father’s day, I’ve written a selection of essays on some of comics worst ever dads. From adoptive fathers to absent ones, from rich and fascist to poor and useless, I’ve got ’em all! So strap in, grab your daddy issues, a stiff drink, and get ready to realise that pretty much all of

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