• Uncanny X-Men #1: Xs and Uhhhhhs

    Uncanny X-Men #1: Xs and Uhhhhhs1

    Uncanny X-Men #1 “Disassembled Part 1” Mahmud Asrar (artist), Ed Brisson, Matthew Rosenberg, Kelly Thompson (writers), VC’s Joe Caramagna (letterer), Rachelle Rosenberg (colorist) “What Tomorrow Brings Part 1, 2, 3 & Epilogue” Mark Bagley, Mirko Colak, Ibraim Roberson (artists), Ed Brisson, Matthew Rosenberg, Kelly Thompson (writers), VC’s Joe Caramagna (letterer), GURU-eFX (colorist), Andrew Hennessey (inker)

  • Previously in Comics: Excelsior!

    Previously in Comics: Excelsior!0

    The comics world honored the lives of three men this week, each lost at very different points in their lives. One gone far too soon, lost in his twenties; another in middle age, having spent some 30 years bringing comics into the public eye; and the last, among of the first to have a hand

  • Cover Girl: Uncanny X-Men #1

    Cover Girl: Uncanny X-Men #10

    Welcome to Cover Girl. Each month, we gather a team of WWAC contributors to analyze a new and notable comic book cover featuring one or more women. This month, Annie, Louis, and Wendy discuss Mike Choi’s exclusive Forbidden Planet variant cover for Uncanny X-Men #1 from Marvel Comics. Don't miss out – Uncanny X-Men #1

  • X-Men: Red #10: “@#$% You, Humanity”

    X-Men: Red #10: “@#$% You, Humanity”0

    X-Men: Red #10 Tom Taylor (Writer), Roge Antonio (Artist), Rain Beredo (Colorist), VC’s Cory Petit (Letterer) Marvel Comics November 7, 2018 The penultimate issue of X-Men: Red begins with a curse that every X-Men fan must have uttered at some point: “@#$% you, humanity.” Shockingly, we see Jean Grey, of all mutants, making that explosive

  • 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

  • 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