• Powers of X #2: Then It Will Be Done

    Powers of X #2: Then It Will Be Done0

    Powers of X #2 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colors), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Tom Muller (design), R.B. Silva (artist), R.B. Silva & Adriano di Benedetto (inkers) Marvel Comics August 14, 2019 This review contains spoilers for Powers of X #2. In the press for House of X and Powers of X, Jonathan Hickman warned

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  • House of X #2: Higher, Further, Faster, Moira

    House of X #2: Higher, Further, Faster, Moira0

    House of X #2 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colorist), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Pepe Larraz (artist), Tom Muller (design) Marvel Comics August 7, 2019 Jonathan Hickman has only one expectation of you in House of X #2, dear reader, and that is to unlearn everything you have learned.

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  • Breaking In! With Uncanny X-Men #237

    Breaking In! With Uncanny X-Men #2370

    Welcome to Breaking In!, a new series where one of our readers is given a random issue from a widely-read comic series that they’ve never gotten into before, or maybe have been intimidated by. Will they be hooked or will they hate it? ARE long comic runs difficult for new readers to pick up? Let’s

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  • Powers of X #1: The End is the Beginning is the End

    Powers of X #1: The End is the Beginning is the End0

    Powers of X #1 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colors), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Tom Muller (design), R.B. Silva (artist) Marvel Comics July 31, 2019 This review contains spoilers for Powers of X #1 Powers of X #1 begins on a park bench ten years ago and ends in a library a thousand years into

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  • House of X #1: All These Worlds are Yours—Except Krakoa

    House of X #1: All These Worlds are Yours—Except Krakoa0

    House of X #1 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colorist), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Pepe Larraz (artist), Tom Muller (design) Marvel Comics July 24, 2019 House of X #1 has been touted as a new beginning for the X-Men, that once indomitable franchise that was knocked off its pedestal in recent years for reasons that

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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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