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…
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Marvel’s train of announcing new titles continues as more are revealed during a stop over at London! More synopsis, a Bruce Lee comic, when to expect the Preacher debut trailer, confirmation on wether or not Mark Ruffalo is in Thor: Ragnarok news round up this week’s episode plus more, more, more!!
Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Star Wars #9, Tokyo Ghost #1 and Guardians of Knowhere #4!
Ok so yes, March is just about over with, but don’t let that fact mean this month’s MTS can’t still be a helpful guide! Maybe you didn’t make it to the comic shop yet or you’re not sure what to get (I know that’s a bit of a stretch, but humor me). DC gets ready to converge their multiverse as Marvel begins new series that are definitely worth your dollar. These are must haves for your collection and incredible indie books that will take you for an unforgettable ride. What’s looking good this month? Take a look…
Get ready for some tearful news coming out of the latest issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but don’t worry – not everything will be sad and gloomy. Archie scares up a new horror imprint, more Secret War series are announced as we also find out which (and how many) Marvel titles will be put on the shelf while the event goes on (big whopping number). See who could be stopping by Flash’s second season, what huge game changer could happen for Arrow as a show, and we finally find out some mystery roles for Deadpool (and then some).
By now it’s been a little over a week since the X-Men’s 50th Anniversary event, Battle of the Atom has ended. While that may be so, the coverage over the last two chapters still need to be covered! And thus, the last field report will be filed and tucked away in a secret government facility where…. Top Men… will keep them safe.
Spoilers. Warning. You get the idea. After originally being announced back in April during C2E2, X-Men: Battle of the Atom celebrates 50 wondrous, confusing for some, and glorious years of X-Men stories since their creation by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby in September of 1963. The event, running through four X-Men books with two special book-end issues, tells the tale of past, present, and future X-Men coming together to prevent a screw-up from making life worse for the merry mutants in the future.
A day late and a dollar short, but nevertheless I come out of Tartarus itself to make sure you still get to see what Marvel’s October highlights are. Infinity keeps rolling on! Thunderbolts get to come out and plaaa-i-aaay! Battle of the Atom comes to a surprising end with twists and turns along in its second half and Astonishing X-Men gets to go to that big house in the sky. Now where are we going to see a shirtless Gambit?