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Krakoan Days And Nights X-Men
Today sees the publication of X-Men #3, X-Men: Onslaught Revolution #1, X-Corp #5, and X-Men Unlimited #4, as well as the final issue of Guardians Of The Galaxy #18; all telling takes of X-Men and Krakoa Out in space, Rocket Raccoon has a gift for Krakoa to fire through the head of Dormammu. Guardians Of The[...]
New X-Men Team For 2022, Spinning Out Of Onslaught/Way Of X (Spoilers)
Today sees the publication of X-Men: The Onslaught Revelation comic that acts as a cap for Si Spurrier and Bob Quinn's Way Of X series, looking at the philosophical and religious ideas underpinning the Krakoan X-Men comic books published by Marvel over the last few years But as well as a cap, could it be[...]
X-Men Onslaught Revelation #1 is in stores from Marvel Comics on Wednesday, tugging at the heartstrings of aging millennials with some sweet 90s nostalgia Rehashing events of the past is, as we all know, one of Joe Quesada's 22 Cheap Sales-Boosting Gimmicks That Always Work, a list of tactics that every good Marvel Editor keeps[...]
Cover image for WAY OF X #5
Way of X #5 is in stores on Wednesday from Marvel Comics, and in this preview, we find Legion trying his hardest to prevent the inevitable rise of Onslaught Apparently, Legion hasn't gotten the memo that Onslaught is due for a revival because there's no crossover event Marvel will not rehash Plus, Hickman is leaving[...]
X-Men: The Onslaught Revelation Replaces Way Of X in September
The series has also seen Onslaught, the living psychic combination of Professor Xavier and Magneto, that caused such problems for the Marvel Universe in the past Well, in September 2021, that seems to come to the foreground as, instead of Way Of X, we have X-Men: The Onslaught Revelation What that revelation is, well, clearly[...]
The Politics of Krakoan Resurrection - Wolverine #12 & Way Of X #2
But the return of someone big. Onslaught The psychic child of Xavier and Magneto Of course Legion is going to have issues And AIPT has a look at the solicitation and covers to Way Of X #5 out in August, that gives everything away. WAY OF X #5 MARVEL COMICS (W) Si Spurrier (A) Bob Quinn (CA) Giuseppe Camuncoli[...]
Brian Michael Bendis batman
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]
And what better place to start than the beginning, when the Thunderbolts were created by industry veterans, Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley. First appearing in Incredible Hulk #449, the Thunderbolts were a mysterious new team of heroes appearing in the shadow of the apparent deaths of the Avengers and the Fantastic Four at the hands of[...]
From Strip To Script – Onslaught: Marvel Universe
By Josh Hechinger Welcome to From Strip to Script, where I take a page of finished comic art and try to derive a script from it, to see what I can learn from the exercise. I have surprisingly fond memories of Onslaught. For those of you do don't remember your line-wide crossover events from…oh good god, really?…1996?…ahem…anyway, it[...]
First Look At The Screenplay For Suicide Squad – How Close Is It To The Comic?
The badder guys, I mean. Well, we have the superteam, Onslaught. And a number of characters from that evolving superteam make it into the film version, Rustram, Ravan, Manticore and Djinn. Though they go with the latter's Digital Djinn version. However Jaculi isn't a member of Onslaught, he'll turn up later So, who else? Well, we[...]