MARAUDERS #1 Review

Even in this dramatic new dawn, Mutantkind faces hardships and oppression from their human counterparts in this week’s all-new MARAUDERS #1 by Gerry Duggan. Led by Captain Kate Pryde and funded by Emma Frost and the Hellfire Trading Company, Marauders Storm, Pyro, Bishop, and Iceman sail the seas of the world to protect those hated and feared! Fans, come sail away into this series debut issue and let’s ”sea” what Duggan has in store for this opening tale! Continue reading MARAUDERS #1 Review

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Even in this glorious new dawn, Mutantkind faces hardships and oppression from their human counterparts. Led by Captain Kate Pryde and funded by Emma Frost and the Hellfire Trading Company, Marauders Storm, Pyro, Bishop and Iceman sail the seas of the world to protect those hated and feared! Continue reading MARAUDERS #1 Preview

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X-MEN #1 Review

The X-Men find themselves in a whole new world of possibility… and things have never been better! Jonathan Hickman (HOUSE OF X, POWERS OF X, SECRET WARS) and superstar artist Leinil Yu (NEW AVENGERS, CAPTAIN AMERICA) reveal the saga of Cyclops and his hand-picked squad of mutant powerhouses in this week’s all-new X-MEN #1. Let’s dive into this issue to see how this Dawn of X will begin! Continue reading X-MEN #1 Review

X-MEN #1 Preview

The X-Men find themselves in a whole new world of possibility… and things have never been better! Jonathan Hickman (HOUSE OF X, POWERS OF X, SECRET WARS) and superstar artist Leinil Yu (NEW AVENGERS, CAPTAIN AMERICA) reveal the saga of Cyclops and his hand-picked squad of mutant powerhouses! Continue reading X-MEN #1 Preview

HOUSE OF X and POWERS OF X #1-6 Review

Overall, this series was clever, intriguing, thought-provoking, and full of imagination. Jonathan Hickman continues to prove time and again what strategical planning, precision, and organization can do for any writer, creator, or architect of any story. It’s something that numerous authors just aren’t doing in today’s market. Several current writers appear to be winging it, changing stories on the fly, and using social media, podcasts, and interviews to explain their stories. If not that approach, the other avenue explored by many modern writers is to make ambiguous stories that can be interpreted or deciphered in an assortment of ways. It gives rise to the creator appearing as intelligent, masterful, and imaginative. However, it’s actually quite the opposite AND it makes readers feel stupid. Continue reading HOUSE OF X and POWERS OF X #1-6 Review