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Weapon X #21 Review: It Could Be So Much More

Weapon X #21 Review: It Could Be So Much More

Everything that mattered — Logan’s worsening health, Vassily being an abusive and exploitative brother, Domino and Warpath’s relationship, and the oppression of Russian mutants — is all undercut.[caption id="attachment_898352" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #21 art by Ricardo Lopez Ortiz and Frank D'Armata[/caption]I don’t know what to say about the art beyond the fact that I[...]

Weapon X #20 Review: Dialogue Crashing into a Weakening Tone

Weapon X #20 Review: Dialogue Crashing into a Weakening Tone

You’re also left to wonder why Domino even sticks around if she hates everything about Victor’s setup.[caption id="attachment_879828" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Weapon X #20 art by Ricardo Lopez Ortiz and Frank D'Armata[/caption]The art is very rough too I somewhat understand what the aesthetic is going for; it’s a rough-and-ready style for this ragtag band of mutant[...]

Millarworld Announces New Ongoing Hit-Girl Series With Kevin Smith On Second Arc

Millarworld Announces New Ongoing Hit-Girl Series With Kevin Smith On Second Arc

Mark Millar is returning to his teeny, tiny death machine, the teenage assassin Hit-Girl, in a new spinoff series from Kick-Ass — and like Kick-Ass, Hit-Girl is an ongoing series.Seeing the teen killer go country to country doling out vengeance and justice as needed, each arc will be taken by what are promised to be some[...]