• 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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  • Powers of X #5: The Winged Victory of Krakoa

    Powers of X #5: The Winged Victory of Krakoa0

    Powers of X #5 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colorist), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Tom Muller (design), R. B. Silva (artist) September 25, 2019 Marvel Comics House of X and Powers of X are experiences that intensify as we experience them. It is an act of trust for Jonathan Hickman to write an X-Men comic

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  • Powers of X #4: It’s Cypher’s World, We’re All Just Living In It

    Powers of X #4: It’s Cypher’s World, We’re All Just Living In It2

    Powers of X #4 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colors), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Tom Muller (design), R.B. Silva (artist) Marvel Comics September 11, 2019 I have been told many, many times since I started reading comics that nobody else cares about Doug Ramsey. Author Louise Simonson made the choice to kill Cypher in The

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  • House of X #4: A Contextualization of Time and Faces

    House of X #4: A Contextualization of Time and Faces0

    House of X #4 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colorist), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Pepe Larraz (artist), Tom Muller (design) Marvel Comics September 4, 2019 Reading a comic book series in order shouldn’t require a guide, but of late, this has been Marvel’s modus operandi. It’s not a particularly good way to keep new readers

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  • Cover Girl: Powers of X #4

    Cover Girl: Powers of X #41

    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, Claire, Kayleigh, and Nola examine Greg Land’s variant cover of Powers of X #4 from Marvel Comics.

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