Weapon X must square off against Deadpool in order to stop Mentallo and spring Frail from the cult. Can they stop the Merc with a Mouth? Is it a good read?
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Doctor Aphra hires a pair of monster hunters to track down a creature in an ancient temple beyond the Outer Rim. Does it make for a good read?
Ant-Man and the Wasp thought they were back on Earth, but something is wrong. They can't control their Pym Particles. Is it a good read?
Captain America, Black Panther, and Okoye team up to investigate the production of Nuke soldiers in America. Is it a good read?
The Exiles join the King to take on the Magnus Gang and free Iron Lad. Plus, Blink is still looking for her old teammates. Is it a good read?
The X-Men of the past are also in the future, and they blame Magneto for the dystopia in which they live. A fight ensues. Is it a good read?
The Amazing Spider-Man and Peter Parker are still separated! And Spider-Man is spreading reckless havoc across the city. Is it a good read?
Weapon X reforms as Weapon X-Force! Mystique and Omega Red join Sabretooth, Domino, and Lady Deathstrike to save Frail from a cult. Is it a good read?
We'll start things off with X-Men Blue, which is a crossover with Venom as part of the Poison X storyline… X-Men: Blue #22 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Jacopo Camagni Colorist: Matt Milla Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Nick Bradshaw and Federico Blee Can you believe we're already four issues into the Poison X crossover with Venom? It's got to be almost over, right?[...]
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 Nakayama Long story short: Old Man Logan and the rest of his team of[...]
Let's kick things off with X-Men Blue #21… X-Men Blue #21 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Jacopo Camagni Colorist: Matt Milla Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Art Adams and Federico Blee This issue is part of the Poison X crossover, which started in the X-Men Blue Annual and will force us to read the next few issues of Venom[...]
Let's take a look at X-Men Blue Annual #1. X-Men Blue Annual #1 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Edgar Salazar Colorist: Matt Milla Letterer: Joe Caramagna Damage: $4.99 X-Men Blue Annual #1 is the start of a crossover with Venom called Poison X We haven't been reading Venom (because it's not 1995), so we'll see how well this comic manages to explain what's going[...]
Silva Inker: Adriano Di Benedetto Colorist: Rain Beredo Letterer: Joe Caramagna Damage: $3.99 We pick up the Cross Time Capers story from the previous issue, which was basically a whole lot of X-pository dialogue ending in the reveal that Charles Xavier II and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants from Earth-13729 were masquerading as the original five X-Men back in their original time while the original[...]
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: $3.99 We're joining the Nuke-Clear War storyline with Part 2 A team of Wolverines and quasi-Wolverines consisting[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] U.S.Avengers #12 from Marvel Comics by Al Ewing, Paco Diaz, Jesus Aburtov, and Joe Caramagna is a great example of when Marvel Comics can do really well, with a fun superhero adventure story that also has a layered commentary on the world outside our window This particular issue takes a very specific focus on[...]