Bleeding Cool's Madeline Ricchiuto was on the scene to snap a photo of the cover, revealing the creative team of Ed Brisson and Carlos Gomez, with a cover by Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX which, at first glance, seems to fall on the "no feet" side of the Uncanny X-Men cover schism. But more importantly, on the[...]
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Not content with brutally murdering teenage X-Men like a modern day Dennis Hopeless in the Extermination X-over event, superstar writer Ed Brisson is teaming up with artist Dylan Burnett to relaunch X-Force in December The new series will star the original X-Force: Domino, Cannonball, Shatterstar, Boom Boom, and Warpath Cable, of course, won't be on[...]
Old Man Logan hunts a roving gang calling themselves the Punishers. Logan and old Frank Castle team up to bring down these murderers. Is it a good read?
Extermination continues with the X-Men reeling from the deaths of Bloodstorm and Cable. They try to protect the young X-Men from Ahab. Is it a good read?
We're happy to report today that progress has been made on both issues, with the latest cover to Uncanny X-Men #3 released in an interview with writer Ed Brisson, just as the first two covers were released alongside interviews with other Uncanny X-Men writers Matthew Rosenberg and Kelly Thompson. Yes, that's right, not only is this[...]
Logan's dying and still has a lot of unfinished business to attend to," said writer Ed Brisson in an interview with Newsarama, presumably referring to the Dead Man Logan: Unfinished Business series of one-shots we imagine this is going to spawn "Dead Man Logan will largely be Logan tying up loose ends – loose ends like[...]
Extermination kicks off with Cyclops and Bloodstorm being ambushed while at dinner and Iceman being attacked in the street. Is it a good read?
We'll leave it up to you decide which type of day this is. Following last week's news about the Uncanny X-Men relaunch, all three of the book's new writers — Matthew Rosenberg, Kelly Thompson, and Ed Brisson — got into a discussion on Twitter about the killing off of Honey Badger, the sister of X-23[...]
Ed Brisson, writer of the upcoming Extermination X-over event, gave an interview to marvel media partner Comic Book Resources Friday, and he had a bold promise for longtime X-Men fans: The mantra going into this series was, "Your Back Issues Matter." Every Single X-Men Story Counts If it happened in an issue you've read, it happened[...]
Ed Brisson Promises Continuity Porn for Extermination, Plus Things Get Ruff for the Original 5 X-Men
Marvel has revealed the cover to Extermination #2 by Mark Brooks, however, and from that we can glean a pretty major detail: all five have been transformed into "hounds," the spiky-costumed mutant-hunters that originated in the Days of Future Past storyline, and which former hound Rachel Grey is still reckoning with in the pages of[...]
Sang awakens with a new ally named Lucy, but a coked-out metalhead biker gang is on Sang's trail and out for blood. Is The Ballad of Sang #2 a good read?
That said, this final issue was certainly fun regardless, and Ed Brisson, Damian Couceiro, and Andy Troy do a good job of making this an issue worth reading Check it out. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Iron Fist and Fat Cobra interrupt the fight between Orson Randall and Miranda Rand Danny and Cobra have a new agreement[...]
In any case, check out this final installment of Ed Brisson and Damian Couceiro's series. Ms Marvel #29 cover Valerio Schiti Ms Marvel #29 I definitely don't give this series its due, and I quite enjoy it whenever I stop in for a visit This time around, Bruno is back only to find Ms[...]
Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of April 4th, 2018: Great New Image Titles and More Praise for Priest's Justice League
April 4th, 2018 was a jam-packed week for big comic book releases and series beginnings. Xerxes, Isola, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Analog alone began their runs this week. What were wins? What were losses? We're going to count them down together here.
Iron Fist discovers that Orson Randall is trapped in Hell and fighting a tournament for his soul. Danny can do nothing to help Orson, but the management is obsessed with getting the Iron Fist involved. Is it a good read?