• Excelsior! WWAC Says Farewell to an Icon

    Excelsior! WWAC Says Farewell to an Icon1

    On Monday, it was announced that Stan Lee had passed away at the age of 95. TMZ broke the news first, with The Hollywood Reporter following up with a detailed obituary. Considering his age and the health and care concerns that had plagued him over the past years, his passing should not come as a

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  • My First Comic: Shuri #1

    My First Comic: Shuri #10

    I had planned to write about my first comic—Classic X-Men #3 with that gorgeous picture of Storm, surrounded by what seemed like millions of exciting new heroes for my young, ten-year-old self to discover. But I’ve talked about my love for Storm before, and I’ve gone on and on about Classic X-Men enough. The fact

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  • Extermination #3 Releases the Hounds

    Extermination #3 Releases the Hounds0

    Extermination #3 Ed Brisson (Writer), Pepe Larraz (Artist), Marte Gracia (Colorist), VC’s Joe Sabino (Letterer) Marvel Comics September 26, 2018 With a single snap of his fingers, Ahab suddenly becomes a scary villain again and that’s just the start of the ride the is Extermination #3. Sometimes the third issue of a mini series, event or

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  • The Wedding Issue: Wolverine and Witchblade (?!?)

    The Wedding Issue: Wolverine and Witchblade (?!?)0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got their

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  • Monthly Marvel Muster: Deaths and Resurrections

    Monthly Marvel Muster: Deaths and Resurrections0

    Welcome to the Summer-into-Fall edition of the Monthly Marvel Muster. Back when this was merely the August Monthly Muster, it was coming to you from a lovely cottage by a lake, but alas, the weather intervened, so now it’s a month later and I’m ensconced in a cozy coffee shop instead. Less beautiful scenery, much

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  • The Problem With Generation X Was Editorial

    The Problem With Generation X Was Editorial1

    On the 12th October, a Friday, writer Chuck Wendig announced via several threaded tweets that he had been fired from the Darth Vader miniseries he had been working on thanks to editorial displeasure with his personal linguistic conduct. The editor in question was Mark Paniccia.

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