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Cleveland Browns Last Made The Playoffs In 2002, A Comics Perspective
X-Men, Marvel NOW!, Age of Ultron, Infinity, Battle of the Atom, Original Sin, Spider-Verse, Secret Wars, All New All Different, Civil War 2, Secret Empire, Marvel Legacy, Infinity Wars, War of Realms, Absolute Carnage, Powers of X, House of X Whew. –The New 52 was not launched for another eight years It started in September 2011. -The[...]
What Does Loki Think of His Future? Next Week's Infinity Wars Finale
This Wednesday, Infinity Wars ostensibly concludes, ending what's seemed like a year-long string of super-mega-crossover events and tie-ins that has presumably rocked the Marvel Universe to its foundations, leaving nothing ever the same again Who will bear the brunt of this status-quo-changing extravaganza? In a preview of this week's issue, it appears that big changes may[...]
This is the @#$% Goblin – Next Week's Infinity Wars: Arach-Knight #2
What the heck is going on in the Spider-Man books these days? Not only did we get Full Frontal Solus in Spider-Geddon #4, followed by Deadpool making jokes inappropriate for children in Spider-Man/Deadpool #41, but now, in next week's Infinity Wars: Arach-Knight #2, we've got something called… er… The @#$% Goblin. No, that's presumably not what Norman[...]
The Legacy of the Batpenis in Next Week's Infinity Wars: Sleepwalker #3
Next week's penultimate issue of Infinity Wars: Sleepwalker sees "Dark Starhawk" Christopher Powell being interrogated inside the Soul Gem After attempting to recap his own origin story, but being asked to cut to the chase, Powell tries to explain why Sleepwalker is on the side of the angels This leads to a scene that's eerily[...]
The Role of American Xenophobia in Next Week's Infinity Wars: Ghost Panther #1
And it's Brother Crash who advises the Panther that he needs to change his name from T'Challa-Son-Of-T'Chaka-Prince-of-Wakanda to something that won't "terrify Middle America." And thus, Johnny Blaze is born… Will that go over better? You can find out when Infinity Wars: Ghost Panther #1 hits stores next Wednesday. Infinity Wars: Ghost Panther #1 (W) Jed MacKay (A) Jefte[...]
Mark Brooks Draws Infinity Warps for Infinity Wars #6 Variant
Marvel has released Mark Brooks' variant cover for December's Infinity Wars #6, the lastest chapter in the cosmic super-mega-crossover event so-named because it seems to go on infinitely with no end in sight Brooks' cover features the Infinity Warps, mashups of Marvel characters based on an idea pilfered from Chris Claremont Below, the press release: When[...]
You Can't Touch This Preview of MC Iron Hammer #1
Marvel Comics, or MC for short, has released a preview of Iron Hammer #1, the latest in a neverending series of spinoffs from the Infinity Wars super-mega-crossover event, ripping off ideas from Chris Claremont's X-Men Forever This issue sees Iron Man mashed up with Thor to become Iron Hammer, a concept that is very legit[...]
Infinity Wars #3 cover by Mike Deodato Jr. and Rain Beredo
Gamora goes to the Quarry of Creation and brings Flowa to record what happens. Infinity Wars #3 cover by Mike Deodato Jr and Rain Beredo If you were hoping for a reasonable explanation for the "Infinity Warps" in this comic, then I am sorry to say that Infinity Wars #3 will disappoint you greatly in that regard. This[...]
Thanos Legacy #1 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela
However, even after the Titan's death, he has visitors concerned with his body. In the second tale, young Gamora is assigned a terrible mission from Thanos to test her mettle. Thanos Legacy #1 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela Thanos Legacy #1 does little to expand upon the story of the Mad Titan's time between the return[...]
Infinity Wars #2 cover by Mike Deodato Jr. and Frank Martin
Back at the fight, the Avengers unite to restrain Gamora/Requiem. No More Spoilers from this Point On Infinity Wars #2 cover by Mike Deodato Jr and Frank Martin While reading Infinity Wars #2, I remembered that Gamora is also known as the Most Dangerous Woman in the Galaxy This comic definitely adheres to that identity. It's an action-heavy issue,[...]