• New Intersections: Queer Futurism and the Krakoan Body Politic

    New Intersections: Queer Futurism and the Krakoan Body Politic2

    With the advent of House of X and Powers of X, both mutants and X-Pedagogy have experienced a paradigm shift. Even the ways in which the mutant-metaphor is discussed and engaged with has shifted as digital spaces such as “ X-Twitter” carve out their own Krakoan Community. 

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  • X-Men/Fantastic Four #1 Splits the Difference

    X-Men/Fantastic Four #1 Splits the Difference0

    Team-up titles are a comics staple, so for reviewing this team-up series, Kate Tanski, resident Fantastic Four fan and Johnny Storm stan, has teamed up with Rachel Knight, the world’s foremost Fantastic Four historian. Because Kate has zero knowledge of the X-Men and will go out of her way to avoid X-related comics, she invited

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  • WWACommendations: They Called Us Enemy, Spirit Fingers, Archival Quality, and More

    WWACommendations: They Called Us Enemy, Spirit Fingers, Archival Quality, and More0

    Happy November! What comics have you been reading lately? I need to catch up on Marauders and Excalibur, and I’ve subscribed to a few new comics on LINE Webtoon which I’ll report back on soon. Every month, WWAC contributors share some of the comics they’ve especially enjoyed lately. Have a comic you can’t stop thinking

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  • Open House: HoXPoX and a New Era for X-Men

    Open House: HoXPoX and a New Era for X-Men0

    It wouldn’t be misspeaking to say that we enjoyed House of X and Powers of X around here, as a bunch of die-hard X-Men fans. Now that the twin series are wrapped up, we sat down to have a chat about the moments that worked for us, the moments that didn’t, and what we hope

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  • Powers of X #6: See The Cage

    Powers of X #6: See The Cage1

    Powers of X #6 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia & David Curiel (colorists), Jonathan Hickman (writer),  Tom Muller (design), R. B. Silva & Pepe Larraz (artists) Marvel Comics October 9, 2019 This review contains spoilers for Powers of X #6.

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  • House of X #6: Just Look at What We Have Made

    House of X #6: Just Look at What We Have Made0

    House of X #6 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia & David Curiel (colorists), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Pepe Larraz (artist), Tom Muller (design) Marvel Comics October 2, 2019 This review contains spoilers for House of X #6. From the very first pages of House of X #1, that glimpse of golden pods and reborn mutants

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