Giant Sized X-Men: Thunderbird #1 Review

Written by: Steve Orlando, Nyla Rose Penciling by: David Cutler Inking by: Jose Marzan Jr, Roberto Poggi Coloring by: Irma Kniivila Lettering by: VC’s Travis Lanham John Proudstar was before my time. By the time I was born, he was long dead in the universe and out. The magical thing about Giant-Sized X-Men: Thunderbird #1, […]

Knights of X #1 Review

Written by: Tini Howard Art by: Bob Quinn Coloring by: Erick Arciniega Lettering by: VC’s Ariana Maher Excalibur was one of my favorites of Dawn of X, and I’m glad it’s getting a continuation. It already had arguably the best roster among the X-teams, and Knights of X continues that legacy. Tini Howard’s run made […]

Death of the Justice League Review

Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Rafa Sandoval Inking by: Jordi Tarragona Coloring by: Matt Herms Lettering by: Josh Reed Will the Death of the Justice League, a collection of some of the best superheroes to grace comics, open room for new superheroes to step up? Yes. Will it lead to better stories? Possibly. Does […]

MCU Retrospective: Rewatching the Phases of the MCU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe started in 2008 with the release of Iron Man 1. We had Marvel movies before that with the Raimi Spider-Man Trilogy, the Blade duology, and a series of X-Men movies. But the MCU was the first time anyone had attempted to replicate what only the comic books had ever achieved… an […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

X Deaths of Wolverine #5 Review

Written by: Benjamin Percy Art by: Federico Vicentini Coloring by: Dijjo Lima Lettering by: VC’s Cory Petit X Lives of Wolverine #5 ended the time-traveling Wolverine story, but X Deaths of Wolverine #5 ends the event. This whole series was released and formatted to invoke House of X and Powers of X, but the story […]