• Fallen Angels #5 Is a High Bar You Still Can’t Limbo Under

    Fallen Angels #5 Is a High Bar You Still Can’t Limbo Under0

    Fallen Angels has set such a low bar for itself that a baby could crawl over it, so while it’s surprising to find an issue I didn’t hate, I’m not going to say that Fallen Angels #5 is in any way a good comic.  The entire series has been an unmitigated disaster in an otherwise

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  • Fallen Angels #4: It Doesn’t Make Sense, Any Of This

    Fallen Angels #4: It Doesn’t Make Sense, Any Of This0

    I’ve been pretty clear with how I feel about this series, and Fallen Angels #4 doesn’t really do much to change those feelings. This series is still an unbelievably sloppy and downright confusing book. It’s a book that like it’s main characters, is struggling to find it’s identity. It feels like the book wants to

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  • Fallen Angels #3: Have We Hit Rock Bottom Yet?

    Fallen Angels #3: Have We Hit Rock Bottom Yet?1

    Only two short weeks after the last issue of Fallen Angels, and it’s time for another helping of this extremely dysfunctional and badly characterized X-team. So is Fallen Angels #3 better than the previous issues? No, not really. This book is a complete garbage fire, and with the announcement of Hellions it sure seems like

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  • Is She Warm Enough?

    Is She Warm Enough?0

    Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we have reached that time of year when the November chill seeps into our very perceptions and every image of a person makes us debate the most pressing question of our time: is she warm enough? With comics characters, who have a variety of special genes and circumstances affecting their

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  • Fallen Angels #1 Has A Rough Landing

    Fallen Angels #1 Has A Rough Landing1

    Fallen Angels #1 Frank D’Armata (colors), Bryan Edward Hill (writing), Szymon Kudranski (artist), Tom Muller (design), Joe Sabino (letters) Marvel Comics November 13, 2019 In an interview with Adventures In Poor Taste, X-Men Group Editor Jordan White clarified that the reason we would see the newly-reestablished Kwannon going by the codename of Psylocke, as well

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  • 4 Reasons to Love Andy Kubert’s X-Men Covers

    4 Reasons to Love Andy Kubert’s X-Men Covers0

    When Andy Kubert took over the reins on X-Men and Uncanny X-Men during my ’90s comic collecting days, I developed a love-hate relationship with his artwork. I was always frustrated by the same face syndrome he displayed in his art and by his weirdly disproportionate appendages, with knees that seemed to take up far more

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