Pyro Archives

X-Men Pyro Brings the Heat in New Iron Studios Statue
This time we are getting a quite uncommon mutant as Pyro brings the heat Introduced in Uncanny X-Men #141, Pyro was a member of the Brotherhood of Evil He does not have the power to generate his own fire but he can control the substance itself This allows for the use of his suit to[...]
Marauders #10 [XH]
Forge, Pyro, and Emma teleport aboard the Russian ship Forge grabs Daniels, a Department of Defense engineer with a photographic memory who stole Forge's power stealing gun designs Daniels says the Russians made him do it Normally that would be a poor excuse, but sources in the Department of Justice tell us Bill Barr has[...]
X-Men: Gold #32 cover by Phil Noto
Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Iceman, and Pyro are the only ones left to calm Rachel down, but, after Prestige so easily incapacitated the other X-Men, can these four X-Men save the day? X-Men Gold #32 cover by Phil Noto After the Days of Future Past retread that was X-Men Gold #31, X-Men Gold #32 shows that this could have[...]
X-Men Wedding Special #1 cover by J. Scott Campbell
After that, we join Piotr Rasputin's Las Vegas bachelor party joined by Nightcrawler, Gambit, Iceman, and the new Pyro Finally, we see Kitty's bachelorette party joined by Rogue, Storm, a slew of X-Men ladies, and another surprise and uninvited guest. X-Men Wedding Special #1 cover by J Scott Campbell and Sabine Rich This collection of stories in[...]
X-Men: Gold #27 cover by Phil Noto
Iceman, Pyro, and Nightcrawler warn the rest of the team of the threat to Piotr Rasputin's life The X-Men assemble to track down Colossus with the help of Rachel Summers. The grand plan? Nance and Alpha plan to use the Legacy Virus still in Piotr's blood to recreate the virus deadlier than ever. X-Men: Gold #27 cover[...]
Now, the name doesn't directly tie into any DC Comics character, but some outlets are reporting that he will be playing Pyro, a Power Girl villain created in 1988 by Paul Kupperberg and Rick Hoberg I've seen no verification of this, but the character has no real name and may have only appeared in Power[...]
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[...]