• Excalibur #4 and the Matter of Britain

    Excalibur #4 and the Matter of Britain0

    With every issue of Excalibur, I find myself reevaluating the book as a whole. At the beginning of this arc, this was the Dawn of X title I was most tentative on, loving the concept and liking the first issue, but struggling with the second. Now, as the end of the first arc draws near,

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  • Excalibur #3 Takes Flight on the Back of a Dragon

    Excalibur #3 Takes Flight on the Back of a Dragon0

    Excalibur #3 Erick Arciniega (Colorist), Tini Howard (Writer), Tom Muller (Designer), Cory Petit (Letterer), Marcus To (Artist) December 4, 2019 This review contains spoilers for Excalibur #3, and contains discussion of past depictions of suicide within the X-Men franchise. So far, the Dawn of X has had everything anyone could want. Mutant culture, intergalactic politics,

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  • Captain Britain Reading Diary 10: Howl at the Moon

    Captain Britain Reading Diary 10: Howl at the Moon0

    The last period of Captain Britain’s hometown publication is split three ways: Alan Davis and reserve writers, Alan Davis and Jamie Delano, and Alan Davis going solo. It’s the most lastingly recognisable segment of superhero comics in Captain Britain’s history—it combines an unhappy hero with family drama and romantic tension, villainy from within and maimings

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