X-23 chases down the Stepford Cuckoos in the hopes of saving Gabby. Laura also runs across the geneticist that helped the Cuckoos. Is it a good read?
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With the relaunch of All-New Wolverine as X-23, a lot of X-fans wondered why Laura Kinney would go back to using the codename given to her by the people who used her as a killing machine The obvious answer: because the original Wolverine was coming back Slowly And expensively Over the course of three one-shots,[...]
In the present, the armored-up New Avengers, Iron Man, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Spider-Man, and All-New Wolverine Laura Kinney, are tearing their way through Mister Sinister's facility They enter the inner chambers of the facility before they find the mutant DNA, and they also find a bloodbath there Someone else had already attacked Sinister's bunker,[...]
Jean Grey helps Gentle to get a better control over his powers while Cassandra Nova continues her plot against the X-Men. Is it a good read?
The Adamantium Agenda rolls on with the reformed New Avengers fights Mister Sinister in the submarine. Is it a good read?
Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in comics. Each week, armed with the joy, heartbreak, and[...]
The only question is whether Laura can live long enough to reach Doom. All-New Wolverine #35 cover by David Lopez Tom Taylor is quite skilled at subverting expectations with his more ambitious comic tales While some moments are especially predictable, he's often able to subvert your expectations later down the line. I won't go further than that here,[...]
Welcome back to X-ual Healing, the weekly recap column where we obsessively read every X-Men and X-Men-adjacent comic that Marvel publishes, tell you what happens, provide additional context where necessary, and examine whether the comic makes good use of the long and convoluted history of the X-Men by referencing it in a way that's accessible[...]
Is that even possible? We're about to find out! ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #33 TOM TAYLOR (W) • RAMON ROSANAS (A) Cover by DAVID LOPEZ VENOM 30TH VARIANT COVER BY TBA OLD WOMAN LAURA BEGINS! In the not-too-distant future, the world is a utopia where heroes have succeeded in bringing peace worldwide At the head of this utopia is none other than Laura[...]
We join her busting up a gun-runner fresh from Latveria when she gets a call from Queen Laura that dampens her day. All-New Wolverine #33 cover by David Lopez 'Old Woman Laura' earns points from the start for being an inversion of the apocalyptic Old Man Logan story Instead of a scorched wasteland caused by the worst[...]
Sorry, the ComiXology page doesn't have much to say about this one. All-New Wolverine #33 cover by David Lopez All-New Wolverine #33 "Old Woman Laura" begins with a future where the heroes have won and the world is a peaceful place at last Laura leads this idyllic world from Madripoor and is no longer Wolverine However, utopias can't[...]
But are these comics worth taking out a second mortgage to read? Let's look at All-New Wolverine #32 and find out… ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #32 TOM TAYLOR (W) Djibril Morissette (A) Cover by DAVID LOPEZ NEW MUTANTS VARIANT COVER BY MIKE DEODATO THE ORPHANS OF X RETURN! • The last time we saw the Orphans of X, they were hunting Laura and other Wolverines for[...]
While it is ridiculous, it would help if the material expanded beyond that one joke and the repetition of the word "Poop" in different flavors. All-New Wolverine #32 cover by David Lopez Wins: All-New Wolverine #32 Balances its Tone While Still Being Fun Sometimes, making your hero someone trying to make amends for their past while punishing absolutely[...]
This leads them to a beach resort where, before long, they find the trouble they seek. All-New Wolverine #32 cover by David Lopez This issue also opens with a compelling parallel showing the young Laura and Amber on which the former killed the latter's father It's gut-wrenching and evocative. What's also impressive is how Tom Taylor and Djibril[...]
That's the case when Bleeding Cool predicted that we could soon see the end of All-New Wolverine, despite the book selling relatively well and being well received by fans Writer Tom Taylor recently launched a new core X-Book, X-Men Red, and that book contains the cast from All-New Wolverine Additionally, the original Wolverine, Marvel's favorite[...]
In X-Men Red #2, the X-Men are holding out in Wakanda after the apparent murder of the UK ambassador at the hands of Jean Grey. Plus, a mutant named Trinary is taken into custody in India. Is it a good read?
Terrifics Unite! The Trial of Batwoman! Doctor Strange continues to be damned! There were many wins and losses this week for the comic world, and we're going to list them off here.
For this mission, the Honey Badger calls in the help of an old friend: Deadpool! All-New Wolverine #31 cover by David Lopez Damn this book for making me enjoy Deadpool. In all honesty, I've enjoyed all Deadpool appearances in All-New Wolverine He's usually joking around with Gabby, and there's a weird innocence and compassion that isn't usually present[...]
Because Deadpool doesn't have enough books of his own, now he's going to guest-star in All-New Wolverine?! Welcome, dear readers, to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that strives to answer the question: "What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?" Things have changed in the X-Men comics[...]
Following the conclusion of the Old Woman Laura storyline in All-New Wolverine, May's issue of the title doesn't appear to name a new storyline and feels a bit final Check it out: ALL NEW WOLVERINE #35 LEG (W) Tom Taylor (A) Ramon Rosanas (CA) David Lopez The world has been saved Its people, never happier The Wolverine should[...]
X-Men: Red opens up with Jean Grey uniting an X-Men team in the hopes of improving the status of mutants in the world with some negotiation and political maneuvering. Does it make for a good read?
They're not the monsters that Laura feared, and she tries a different approach. All-New Wolverine #30 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr. The waylaying and sidetracking of the "Orphans of X" arc had me fearing that this story was just going to collapse in on itself The digression into the Muramasa lore and making the[...]
We make no promises about the use of your time, however. This week we've got Phoenix Resurrection #5, All-New Wolverine #30, Despicable Deadpool #293, Old Man Logan #34, and Jean Grey #11. Let's check out All-New Wolverine… All-New Wolverine #30 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Juann Cabal Colorist: Nolan Woodard Letterer: Cory Petit In the previous issue of All-New Wolverine, Daken allowed himself to be killed by the Orphans[...]
In the most exciting adventure about an old lady at Marvel since Bill Jemas, Mark Millar, and the Dodsons gave us Trouble (never forget!), All-New Wolverine is getting an Old Woman Laura storyline in April The story sees Laura as Queen of Madripoor in a Utopian near-future for the Marvel Universe It's billed as Laura's "final journey"[...]
Unfortunately, this lays the three mutants up for a few days. This gives the Orphans time to track down Muramasa's temple, and they've brought the Hand along as backup. All-New Wolverine #29 Cover by Elizabeth Torque The action finally ramps up once more in this issue, with our heroes taking on the Orphans of X and the Hand[...]
This week, we've got X-Men: Gold #20, Weapon X #13, All-New Wolverine #29, Generation X #86, and Deadpool vs Old Man Logan #4 You can see read every X-Men: Bland Design column going back to the very beginning (which was last week) at this link. Next up is All-New Wolverine #29… All-New Wolverine #29 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Juann[...]
They must find Muramasa himself. All-New Wolverine #28 cover by Elizabeth Torque and Nolan Woodard Before we get started, it's worth mentioning that this comic decides to come up with a fairly disappointing workaround for the Muramasa Blade's effect on a healing factor They figure out that, if you cut around the tissue that is afflicted by[...]
Wolverine had sent Captain Marvel to recover and destroy the remains of the sword, but the Orphans are in pursuit. All-New Wolverine #27 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson There's a big reveal between those two paragraphs, but I actually won't spoil that one here I will say it is the emotional height of the comic and[...]
For the final two team members, we have All-New Wolverine, who should really just be called Wolverine at this point since her book has run for more than 25 issues already, and Trinary, who is legitimately an all-new character! Check them out on the teaser image below. Earlier today, X-Men editor Mark Paniccia promised to reveal most of[...]
Now, we've got Nightcrawler and Gabby. With Gabby joining the cast and Wolverine almost certainly the blacked-out character on the bottom left, that puts most of the cast of All-New Wolverine in this book (they just need to add Jonathan to complete it) Will All-New Wolverine, also written by X-Men Red's Tom Taylor, continue after this[...]