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Weapon X #23 Review: Deadpool is a Comic-Killer

Weapon X #23 Review: Deadpool is a Comic-Killer

She just disappears.[caption id="attachment_915879" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #23 art by Yildiray Cinar and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Yildiray Cinar is still a very talented artist and gives this book a better treatment than it deserves The artwork is phenomenal, and the new costumes for “Weapon X-Force” look great The gore and action are solid[...]

Weapon X #22 Review: The Beginning of Weapon X-Force

Weapon X #22 Review: The Beginning of Weapon X-Force

He would…admittedly…fit in.[caption id="attachment_904100" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #22 art by Yildiray Cinar and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Cinar’s return is more than welcome His artwork balances the fun and more serious moments with ease He captures the smugness of this version of Victor Creed with ease The detailing is great, and the action beats look fantastic[...]

Weapon X #21 Review: It Could Be So Much More

Weapon X #21 Review: It Could Be So Much More

Everything that mattered — Logan’s worsening health, Vassily being an abusive and exploitative brother, Domino and Warpath’s relationship, and the oppression of Russian mutants — is all undercut.[caption id="attachment_898352" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #21 art by Ricardo Lopez Ortiz and Frank D'Armata[/caption]I don’t know what to say about the art beyond the fact that I[...]

Astonishing X-Men #14 Review: Emotionally and Visually Disconnected

Astonishing X-Men #14 Review: Emotionally and Visually Disconnected

From there, they go to protect the next person on the Reavers hitlist: Allison Blair, aka Dazzler.[caption id="attachment_898161" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Astonishing X-Men #14 cover by Greg Land and Frank D'Armata[/caption]I very badly want to like the Astonishing X-Men Both Charles Soule and Matthew Rosenberg have put up X-Men lineups full of characters I personally adore,[...]

Weapon X #20 Review: Dialogue Crashing into a Weakening Tone

Weapon X #20 Review: Dialogue Crashing into a Weakening Tone

You’re also left to wonder why Domino even sticks around if she hates everything about Victor’s setup.[caption id="attachment_879828" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #20 art by Ricardo Lopez Ortiz and Frank D'Armata[/caption]The art is very rough too I somewhat understand what the aesthetic is going for; it’s a rough-and-ready style for this ragtag band of mutant[...]

Astonishing X-Men #13 Review: What if All the X-Men Hated One Another

Astonishing X-Men #13 Review: What if All the X-Men Hated One Another?

Iron Man isn’t happy about Alex’s interference.[caption id="attachment_878962" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Astonishing X-Men #13 cover by Greg Land and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Havok returns to the Xavier Institute to gather a new team of X-Men, but Kitty Pryde tells him to get out This leaves him with few options Meanwhile, the Reavers are making moves, including capturing Miss[...]

Weapon X #19 Review: Consistent Goofy and Bloody Fun

Weapon X #19 Review: Consistent, Goofy, and Bloody Fun

The conversation between Warpath and Logan is actually a bit sad and adds some depth to the story.[caption id="attachment_863524" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #19 art by Yildiray Cinar and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Yildiray Cinar’s artwork continues to hold together excellently The detailing looks great, the expressions are strong, and the action scenes are quite awesome[...]

Weapon X #18 Review: Sabretooth Feeds a Tiger Cub

Weapon X #18 Review: Sabretooth Feeds a Tiger Cub

Victor and Red are complex characters understated by the title “villain.” What is done with both characters is interesting, and I look forward to where this may lead in issues to come.[caption id="attachment_855712" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #18 art by Yildiray Cinar and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Yildiray Cinar’s artwork is once again a boon to the comic,[...]

Weapon X #17 Review: Funny Dialogue Tense Action and Great Art

Weapon X #17 Review: Funny Dialogue, Tense Action, and Great Art

This comic just does a lot of things that work out in the end, and it was one of the stronger books of the week.[caption id="attachment_841464" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #17 art by Yildiray Cinar and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Yildiray Cinar is the artist on this to boot He is a great artist, and he delivers exceptional[...]

Weapon X #14 Review: Big Vapid Action Sequence with Nothing to Offer

Weapon X #14 Review: Big Vapid Action Sequence with Nothing to Offer

Nuke’s knife is apparently hard to heal from, but he’s just one of the dozens of flag-faced psychos.[caption id="attachment_795506" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #14 art by Yildiray Cinar and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Cinar’s art is good, make no mistake The detailing is good, the depth of field is there, and an occasional panel brings that visceral element[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 Its Wolverines vs. Nukes and Everyone is High in Weapon X #14

X-Men: Bland Design – It's Wolverines vs. Nukes and Everyone is High in Weapon X #14

We make no promises about the use of your time, however.On stands this week are Weapon X #14, X-Men Blue #21, Despicable Deadpool #294, Cable #154, and Old Man Logan #35.Weapon X #14 Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Yildiray Cinar Colorist: Frank D'Armata Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: David NakayamaLong story short: Old Man Logan and the rest of his team of[...]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 Making Santo Marco Great Again in Weapon X #13

X-Men: Bland Design – Making Santo Marco Great Again in Weapon X #13

You can see read every X-Men: Bland Design column going back to the very beginning (which was last week) at this link.Let's take a look at Weapon X #13...Weapon X #13 Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Yildiray Cinar Colorist: Frank D'Armata Letterer: Joe Caramagna Damage: $3.99We're joining the Nuke-Clear War storyline with Part 2 A team of Wolverines and quasi-Wolverines consisting[...]

A Good But Tame Start: Weapon X #1 Review

A Good But Tame Start: Weapon X #1 Review

[rwp-review-recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_587177" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Greg Land, Jay Leisten and Frank D'Armata[/caption]Continuing the ResurrXion X-Men relaunch, we have Weapon X from Greg Pak, Greg Land, Jay Leisten and Frank D'Armata I'm generally not overall a fan of the darker, 'team of killers' X-books, but there have been some exceptions[...]

The X-Men Return To Hope: X-Men Prime Review

The X-Men Return To Hope: X-Men Prime Review

The other artists Ibraim Roberson, Leonard Kirk and Guillermo Ortego all bring great work too, with colours from Morry Hollowell, Frank D'Armata and Michael Garland that add depth to the proceedings, and also seem a little brighter than usual, perhaps? If so, this helps add to the sense of hope that the book does indeed[...]