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Exiles #4
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[...]
Exiles #4 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Exiles have narrowly escaped an atomic blast and now find themselves on another Earth in the late 1700's Slavery is still practiced, and saving a runaway leads the team to Blackbeard, aka Benjamin Grimm He and his pirate allies are waging war against the slavers, and he wants the Exiles to help[...]
The Original Exiles Return in Exiles #7
Marvel's August solicits revealed some big news for Exiles fans The original team is returning to the book, and Blink appears to be caught in the middle! Will the original Exiles, including Sabretooth, Morph, and Nocturne, become permanent fixtures in the book? We recently saw Morph appear briefly in Exiles #2 as some sort of[...]
X-ual Healing: The Best Wolverine Can Only Be Found in Exiles #3
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[...]
Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice for Deadpool
The finale is wild to boot, and Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente's artwork is outright fantastic. Exiles #3 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor 3. Exiles #3 Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodrigeuz's Exiles continues to amaze with its boundless creativity, upbeat personality, and visual vibrancy This issue brings the reader to bizarre new worlds[...]
Exiles #3 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Exiles land on a world full of less-than-happy sentient dinosaurs before arriving on another psychedelic world with a pair of surprisingly familiar faces After this detour, they arrive on an Earth still experiencing World War II, and Peggy Carter is Captain America with her partner, Becky The Red Skull is enacting his final[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice and Freddy's Dead
Also, she has a puppy now! Exiles #3 cover by David Marquez Exiles #3 The Exiles team up with Peggy Carter, aka Captain America, in another time and place This idea is frigging awesome, but it is off-putting that the ComiXology page lets you know that the concept is from one of Marvel's mobile games That said, my[...]
Exiles #2 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson
The Exiles aid Valkyrie against Surtur and his monstrous horde. Exiles #2 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodriguez's Exiles continues to impress with a stellar second issue detailing the continued formation of Blink's new team The pacing of the story continues to be quick, with wild turns and strange new worlds[...]
X-ual Healing: Who Watches the Watchers? Find Out in Exiles #2
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[...]
Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th, 2018: Sorting Out the New Series'
Also, expect a retrospect on Marvel's Infinity War comic miniseries from 1992 tomorrow. Anyway, without further ado, let's get started with the Wins and Losses of the week! Exiles #1 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson Win: Exiles #1 Explodes onto the Scene Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodriguez killed it this week with a fresh and energetic start to their new Exiles series[...]
X-Men: Bland Design X-Travaganza – Exiles #1 Shows Everyone How It's Done
Is that even possible? We're about to find out! EXILES #1 SALADIN AHMED (W) • JAVIER RODRIGUEZ (A) Cover by DAVID MARQUEZ Variant cover by Javier Rodriguez Variant cover by Jesus Saiz Character variant cover by Mike McKone DESIGN VARIANT COVER BY JAVIER RODRIGUEZ INTRODUCING THE ALL-NEW VALKYRIE! DON'T BLINK – THE EXILES ARE BACK! Fan-favorite X-Man Blink once joined a team destined to save[...]
Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter, Week of April 11th, 2018: Read Terrifics Instead of Immortal Men
As usual, Jeremy Konrad and I are here to discuss which ones are worthy of your time and money and which ones to avoid like the plague. Immortal Men #1 by James Tynion IV and Jim Lee, Domino by Gail Simone and David Baldeon, Exiles by Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodriguez, Crude by Steve Orlando and Garry Brown, and The Dead Hand by Kyle Higgins and Steve Mooney are the focuses of discussion this week[...]
Exiles #1 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson
The leader of the survivors is a familiar face on our world. Exiles #1 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson Exiles #1 sets itself up as a more light-hearted continuation to the at-times brutal series, helped by the appealing and upbeat artwork of Javier Rodriguez and brilliant color work of Jordie Bellaire. It also reads like an[...]
Brothers Dracul #1 cover by Mirko Colak and Maria Santaolalla
By that, I mean more than just Domino and Exiles, though you can bet they will definitely be included. Brothers Dracul #1 cover by Mirko Colak Brothers Dracul #1 Unholy Grail Creators Cullen Bunn and Mirko Colak reunite under AfterShock, this time bringing us the tale of Vlad the Impaler's teenage years in the enslavement of the Ottoman Empire[...]