The Incarnations: The Incarnal War (Chapter 17)

Peace, Based on a Lie, is Peace Nonetheless Sir Peace overlooks the world from the spire. His globe is now showcasing the Earth, the world of Man, one of the many worlds that Madam Honor and the Duke of War now oversee.  While the Sir did not speak out against his brother and the Madam […]

The Incarnations: The Incarnal War (Chapter 16)

The Pairs and the Pain It’s been several hundred years since power transitioned from the Creators to the Incarnations. In that time, Madam Honor and the Duke of War have proven that Death made the right choice those years ago. They decided early on that humanity should not know of our presence, and while the […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 20)

“Some people can find their own way. Some people need to be pushed off the cliff.” – Dynastan Ming of Susanna, 430 A.C.A. “You kids are gonna love them,” Astrid said, easily heard across Lucy’s whole ship as she talked to the kids, “they have really cool fins, and shark teeth, fish mermaids are so-”  […]

Marauders #1 Review

Written by: Steve Orlando Art by: Eleonora Carlini Coloring by: Matt Milla Lettering by: VC’s Ariana Maher Marauders #1 is the only one of the original Dawn of X titles outside of the main X-Men title to completely reboot. They have a new #1, a new creative team, and new roster as well. Despite that, […]

X-Men Red #1 Review

Written by: Al Ewing Art by: Stefano Caselli Coloring by: Federico Blee Lettering by: VC’s Ariana Maher I spent the whole day waiting to read X-Men Red, checking Twitter. What I found on Twitter were people ranting and raving about how good this issue was. They weren’t kidding. X-Men Red positions itself as a series […]

The Incarnations: The Incarnal War (Chapter 15)

A Lack of Gratitude A Lack of Gratitude Every Incarnation was told by Death and I to go home and to stay there until called upon for the summit, where terms between the victors and the defeated would discuss how we would all proceed. There was much time to be spent by each of us […]

Immortal X-Men #1 Review

Written by: Kieron Gillen Art by: Lucas Werneck Coloring by: David Curiel Lettering by: VC’s Clayton Cowles The Immortal X-Men is about to be a classic in the making. This comic feels like the original X-Men #1 by Jonathan Hickman. The events of this issue feel momentous, they feel important, and they feel like they’re […]

DC Vs Vampires #6 Review

Written by: James Tynion IV, Matthew Rosenberg Art by: Otto Schmidt, Simone Di Meo, Daniele Di Nicuolo, Rex Lokus Coloring by: Otto Schmidt, Simone Di Meo, Daniele Di Nicuolo, Rex Lokus Lettering by: Tom Napolitano This is it, this is the vampire book I didn’t know I’ve always wanted. DC vs Vampires #6 ups the […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 19)

“I’ve met old men who’ve lived longer than anyone else and haven’t learned a thing. Don’t sell ignorance short.” – Astrid, First Disciple of Lapis, 448 A.C.A. “Was it a mistake to leave the kids with Malum?” Quintus asked Astrid. Oh brother, she thought to herself. ‘He has an honest concern,’ Lapis reminded her. If […]

We Have Demons #1 Review

Written by: Scott Snyder Penciling by: Greg Capullo Inking by: Jonathan Glapion Coloring by: Dave McCaig Lettering by: Tom Napolitano So this first issue collects the first three chapters of We Have Demons #1. For that reason, I can’t quite give my opinion on how it reads one chapter at a time. I do find […]