The first arc of Hellions wraps up just in time for X of Swords, leaving the readers with moral quandaries and righteous anger. Hellions #4 is a dirty, grimy, yet satisfying conclusion to an arc that still sets things up for the future.
Cable, like most teenagers, thinks he knows everything. Thankfully, also like most teenagers, he is hilariously wrong. After a significant misfire in Cable #3, the series returns to the fun, engaging tone and standard of quality established since launch. While not a perfect tale, the end of Cable’s first arc is satisfying and sets the…
I really, really want New Mutants to be great. It’s been…solid, for the first year, but against the rest of the current X-Men line, is solid really enough?
The thing about X-Force is that somehow, after a full twelve issues, what would’ve been a year’s worth of comics in non-COVID times, I still keep wanting to come back to it, review work aside. That it accomplishes this despite featuring two characters I’ve come to despise is impressive.
LONG LIVE THE RED QUEEN! Kate Pryde is back, and ready to take some revenge on the Black King. But first, she has some people to see and places to go in Marauders #12.
Leah Williams and David Baldeon kicked off the new X-Factor last month with the story of Jean-Paul Beaubier (Northstar) gathering a team to investigate the death of his sister, Jeanne-Marie Beaubier (Aurora), in hopes of resurrecting her on Krakoa. This month’s issue begins with Aurora and Northstar’s reunion and quickly moves to X-Factor’s newest case,…
The end of an empyre! Empyre: X-Men, that is. Can the X-Men survive the onslaught of the undead and the Cotati’s living doomsday weapon? Dani Kinney and Kayleigh Hearn survey the wreckage in Empyre: X-Men #4!
Kitty Pryde has been a favorite character for Jewish superhero fans since her inception, but Marauders #11 insults everything about her identity. Created by John Byrne and Chris Claremont in 1980, Kitty is notably one of the few Marvel characters who has been depicted as Jewish since her creation. By comparison, Ben Grimm, who was…
I was along for the ride in the first couple of issues, but I have to say that Cable #3 has a little too much of some things I am absolutely not fond of. Chief among them? Well, it starts with Dead and ends with Pool.
It’s been literal months since Marvel released Wolverine #2, which probably doesn’t help make the final issue in Percy’s questionable “War on Drugs” story any easier to understand.
Right off the bat, I have to say that the cover to X-Force #11 is one of my favorites so far.
We’ve been holding out hope for Kate Pryde’s resurrection, but Marauders #11’s funereal cover has been preparing us for the worst.