Combining Marika Cresta’s artwork and ink with Rachelle Rosenberg’s coloring gives very detailed and at times beautiful images.
This week’s Kickstarter Korner brings you a project from Marvel and DC Artist Steve Ellis Following the success of his […]
If things were nefarious in X-Men before, they’re approaching downright evil and cultish by now When Cassandra Nova sent Sentinels […]
Jonathan Hickman has a particular brand of storytelling in which he has to build the world that he’s operating in before things really start to hit their stride. That’s what he’s been doing with X-Men thus far.
The cover depicts Blade, Winter Soldier, Angela, and Spider-Woman. But with the aforementioned starting players, it took some time to figure who Strikeforce really was.
While X-Factor tries to stop their vessel from the inside, Ship is attacking the city it’s hovering over. Here employs some special cameos, drawn in Portacio’s style. Both The Avengers and Fantastic Four are trying to stop this havoc X-Factor has created. Captain America and Sersi represent the Avengers. It’s interesting that I read this just after the announcement that Sersi has joined the MCU. She’ll make her debut in Eternals, but it’s only a matter of time until she joins her true alma mater in a new installment of Kevin Feige’s mightiest heroes. And for the FF, their two most interesting members are thrown out there: Thing and Human Torch. Also joining them is She-Hulk.
If you thought House of X #1 was dazzling and innovative, just you wait until you read #2. The second outing of the flagship title of Marvel’s X-men relaunch from visionary writer Jonathan Hickman and superstar artist Pepe Larraz redefines the mutant paradigm yet again.
A review of the X-men relaunch from Marvel with superstar writer Jonathan Hickman, with incredible art from Pepe Larraz.
Generation-X #3; A trilogy Ends and Begins a New Saga for the Team Back after a few months hiatus on […]