It’s a new X-Men book here! New X-Men book there! A new X-Men book everywhere on old Marvel’s farm! All week as part of the RessurXion revamp, new ongoings were announced for the X-Men line including Iceman! Yeap! Iceman! But the X-Men don’t have all the fun. Listen in for news on more CW DC tv shows synopses, talk on the Guardians 2 and Logan teasers, Valiant’s Harbinger movie update and much more!!
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Welcome back to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: All-New X-Men #7, X-Men ’92 #1 and Daredevil #5!
It’s a special, experimental episode this week as while joined by two special guests talking about comics- our favorite titles, what’s crazy about them and more– all this is happening while we all play Rocket League!! It’s nothing but madness!!
2016 is here and the comic fun continues! DC’s getting ready to lead up monumental, anniversary issues with a lot of their series hitting their 50th issues! Image rolls on putting out more great books and continuing the superb books that are already going on. And Marvel has more new series starting out in the new Marvel Universe as the ones that have already begun continue to amaze!
***Spoilers involving All-New X-Men #40 and Uncanny X-Men #600*** If you’ll excuse the terrible (and totally intended) pun in the title, I’ll explain why I don’t mind that Iceman, Robert “Bobby” Louis Drake, is now canonized as a gay man. Bear with me.
Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Uncanny X-Men #600, Extraordinary X-Men #1 and James Bond #1! Uncanny X-Men #600 Marvel Written by: Brian Michael Bendis Art by: Sara Pichelli, Mahmud Asrar, Stuart Immonen, Kris Anka, Chris Bachalo, David Marquez and Frazier Irving The long awaited (six months to be exact) finale to Bendis’ run and… not exactly up to par. This isn’t to say that it was a terrible issue, because it wasn’t. It was just… disappointing to an extent. If you’re going to keep someone waiting half a year for an issue, it better be epic or grand. It wasn’t either of those. This is the issue where we finally get to see “The Trial of Beast”, where it actually was a trial by peers, not by an judge and jury. Bendis told the story as everyone who’s been part of the school was there, filling up their cafeteria (who took the time to move all those tables?!). As everyone tried to explain to Beast the laws of nature and physics that he broke, Bendis broke it up with scenes that took prior to the trial, showing what certain…
The All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe keeps chugging along its new beginnings with more #1s as we welcome back the alternate future Dark Knight from Frank Miller. See what November holds in stores for comic fans as the end of the year approaches!