X-FACTOR faces their biggest threat in issue 66 - THEIR $%#!ING SHIP! 1

X-FACTOR faces their biggest threat in issue 66 – THEIR $%#!ING SHIP!

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.

X-Factor, Mutants, X-Men, Cyclops, Phoenix, Jean Grey, Claremont, Apocalypse, Archangel, Beast, 90s, Superhero, Marvel, Comics

X-FACTOR #65 – Apocalypse Unleashes Deadly Siege

X-Factor Finally Back On Track After reading and reviewing the last couple issues, I breathed a sigh of relief. Finally, an actual X-Factor issue! Where those were basically Iceman solo stories, this actually showcases the entire team. I love the idea that X-Factor is the First Class team in their 90s forms. And so we … Read more

Action Lab, Comics, Superhero, Albert Einstein, Marvel, Fantastic Four, Time, Mason, Nostalgia, Sci-Fi

ALBERT EINSTEIN TIME MASON VOL 1 – Graphic Novel Takes Out Perfect Score

Albert Einstein: Not Your Average Time Traveller This isn’t your grandfather’s Albert Einstein. No way, sir. Think Han Solo, meets Indiana Jones, meets Magnum P.I. Or, 80’s Action Hero in a Steampunk world. The credits make me feel like I’m getting ready to watch Raiders of the Lost Ark. And the book even opens like … Read more

Generation-X, Marvel Unlimited, X-Men, Mutants, Dark Phoenix, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Superhero

[90s Reflection] Generation-X #2 Painful Pursuit of Penance

Generation-X Second Issues The second installment of every major comic series is fraught with (excuse the pun) “issues.” A Marvel comic book, even back in the hey-day of the mid nineties, was no stranger to this phenomenon. By issues I usually refer to the unnaturally high dip in sales that accompany a new book. Certainly … Read more