• Wolverine #2: Won’t You Be My Weapon?

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    Wolverine #2 is a confusing book. Like the first issue in the famous canuck’s new solo series, it feels like it’s split into two, with an opening that excites and an issue that doesn’t.

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  • Wolverine #1: Who Wants to Read an X-Men War on Drugs Comic?

    Wolverine #1: Who Wants to Read an X-Men War on Drugs Comic?0

    The first thing you should know about Wolverine #1 is that it costs $7.99. That actually ends up being quite good value for a comic that includes 70 pages of story. Actually, it’s not really one story, it’s two and, sadly, neither feel particularly worth the cover price. HOWEVER there is a big reveal here

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  • Fallen Angels #6 is Bad, Please Don’t Read It.

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    Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen Angels #6 is bad, please don’t read it. Fallen

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  • House of X: A Question of the Damage Done

    House of X: A Question of the Damage Done0

    I’m trying to think about how to tackle this. House of X is X-Men, right? It’s…different. There’s that idea that after a definitive run on a book, usually by that book’s creators, everything else is just well-financed fan fiction. I have…some issues with that concept, but it’s hard to deny the idea that a lot

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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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  • Sequential Sartorial: Give Me More Fashionable Superheroes

    Sequential Sartorial: Give Me More Fashionable Superheroes0

    Once upon a time, I wanted to be a fashion designer. I was constantly sketching ideas, collecting fabric samples, and chopping up my sister’s Vogue and Bazaar. I was infatuated with Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista and the original supermodels. I dreamed of visiting the runways of Paris. As with many of my childhood obsessions,

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