Wednesday Trending Topics: X-Treme X-Men

Wednesday Trending Topics: X-Treme X-MenWhen Spider-Men was initially announced with a teaser graphic, there were some pretty good theories out there as to just what might be going on. But X-Treme X-Men could be anything, and everything and anything is indeed being guessed at in the forum thread. Perhaps we'll find out this weekend…

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

Concept Art For The Happytime Murders, The Puppet Film Noir From The Hensons

Henson Studios are getting back into feature films with The Happytime Murders, a kinda sorta Roger Rabbit sounding thing in which a puppet detective investigates the brutal murders of other puppets. Here's the official plot blurb:

 

 

 

Latest Images from Amazing Spider-man Game Reveal A New Take On An Old Adversary

 

What do you get when you mix The Lizard with The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?

Blue Beetle And Lagoon Boy To Join Young Justice 

One of them has just had his comic relaunched. The other doesn't even have a comic.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

Marvel Launches X-Treme X-Men In July. Your Guess Is As Good As Ours. 

See? We've only been able to announce Kelly Sue DeConnick on relaunching Ms Marvel as Captain Marvel, a new Infernal Man Thing, a renamed Thunderbolts and more Punisher MAX. There has to be something we haven't mentioned for Marvel to announce at Wondercon.

Eleven Thoughts About Eleven Of Today's Comics – JiM, Demon Knights, Crossed Badlands, Batwoman, Peter Panzerfaust, Queen Crab, Batgirl, Saga, Saucer Country, Fantastic Four and Avengers 

Journey Into Mystery, while being one of Marvel's most entertaining comics full stop, has spectacular recap pages. Rather than present a series of panels to show what went on in previous issues, we get the plot narrated by a variety of characters. In today's issue?

Fantastic Four #604 Goes Back To The Beginning

Today's Fantastic Four from Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting goes back to the beginning. Of Hickman's run that it. To be honest, there are so many pieces that hark back to certain scenes and, basically, I'd recommend you read the first year again before picking up this issue.

 

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