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Exiles #7 Review: Old West Superheroics in a Genuinely Fun Comic

Exiles #7 Review: Old West Superheroics in a Genuinely Fun Comic

With the King and equipment supplied by Moira MacTaggert, Blink, Valkyrie, and Wolvie go to stop the Magnus Gang and save Iron Lad Unfortunately, Magnus isn’t the head of his own gang There is another figure controlling Magnus, and this man is just as powerful.[caption id="attachment_909100" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Exiles #7 cover by Mike McKone[/caption]Exiles #7[...]

Exiles #6 Review: One of Marvels Most Charming Books

Exiles #6 Review: One of Marvel's Most Charming Books

While tinkering with the Tallus, Blink, Wolvie, Valkyrie, and Iron Lad are teleported to the Old West of a different universe, where the Magnus Gang terrorizes a small town and takes prisoners with every attack.[caption id="attachment_900072" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Exiles #6 cover by Mike McKone[/caption]Exiles #6 starts the next arc of the title, and it begins[...]

Infinity Wars #1 Review: A Promising Start

Infinity Wars #1 Review: A Promising "Start"

Star-Lord, Groot, and Rocket Raccoon have the Power Stone, Captain Marvel the Reality Stone, Adam Warlock, Drax, and Iron Lad the Soul Gem, Black Widow the Space Stone, Doctor Strange the Time Stone, and Turk, Bullseye, Sandman, Tombstone, Typhoid Mary, and the Spot the Mind Stone Strange fears Thanos’ arrival and wants a contingency plan[...]

Exiles #5 Review: A Glorious Conclusion to the First Arc

Exiles #5 Review: A Glorious Conclusion to the First Arc

It’s down to Blink, Khan, Valkyrie, Wolvie, Iron Lad, and Nick Fury to beat the odds and save every universe from being consumed.[caption id="attachment_881164" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Exiles #5 cover by David Marquez and Tamra Bonvillain[/caption]This is the bombastic finale to the first Exiles arc under Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodriguez, and it is a hell[...]

Exiles #4 Review: Walks the Tone Tight-Rope and the Genre Plank

Exiles #4 Review: Walks the Tone Tight-Rope and the Genre Plank

[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. […]

Exiles #3 Review: Lil Wolvie and Valkyrie Friends Forever

Exiles #3 Review: Li'l Wolvie and Valkyrie, Friends Forever

[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 […]

Exiles #2 Review: An Explosive Second Installment

Exiles #2 Review: An Explosive Second Installment

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Blink, Khan, and Iron Lad narrowly escape demise at the hands (or mouth) of the Time-Eater The three universe-hopping heroes find themselves in another version of Asgard, witnessing a Valkyrie in heated combat with Surtur, the Fire Demon The Exiles aid Valkyrie against Surtur and his monstrous horde.[caption id="attachment_835838" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Exiles #2 cover[...]

Exiles #1 Review: A Bright Colorful and Exciting New Start

Exiles #1 Review: A Bright, Colorful, and Exciting New Start

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Unseen (former Nick Fury) stands witness on the moon to an impending threat to the multiverse. A "Time-Eater" is consuming universes one-by-one and nears our Earth (616). Another Nick Fury delivers the Tallus to the moon before expiring. It summons Blink to the moon, and the Unseen explains the threat of the […]