She bonds with the X-Men, learns of their triumphs and losses, and she seeks out the extended family she's never met. X-Men Red Annual #1 cover by Travis Charest X-Men Red Annual #1 does for the series what the first few didn't admittedly do: it lets us know who the new Jean Grey is Sure, it's technically[...]
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Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in comics. Each week, armed with the joy, heartbreak, and[...]
If they survive this encounter, they will need to free Storm, discover how she is being controlled, and stop further attacks from falling upon Wakanda. X-Men Red #4 cover by Travis Charest Tom Taylor and Mahmud Asrar deliver another compelling issue of X-Men Red with the comic's fourth installment Once more, the story flows well, the characters[...]
Is that even possible? We're about to find out! X-MEN RED #3 TOM TAYLOR (W) • MAHMUD ASRAR (A) Cover by Travis Charest HEADSHOT VARIANT COVER BY TRAVIS CHAREST YOUNG GUNS VARIANT COVER JAVIER GARRON VENOM 30TH VARIANT COVER BY TBA WELCOME TO THE X-MEN, TRINARY, HOPE YOU SURVIVE THE EXPERIENCE! The Hate Machine Part 3 The battle rages in India, and the newest[...]
The X-Men: Red team fights against the Sentinel in India while Cassandra Nova arrives in the X-Mansion and Gambit fights a mob in New Orleans. Is it a good read?
But it was the use of Polynesian tiki torches that were mocked by many as seemingly antithetical to the marchers' themes. Not exactly consistent with 'blood and soil'. Well, in today's X-Men Red #3, it seems that the anti-mutant bigot marches in Louisiana are of a similar mind. First there seems to be an active attempt to use[...]
It's time for the next entry of Comics for Your Pull Box! It's another packed week, especially with impressive releases such as Captain America #700, Domino #1, and Exiles #1. What else should you look out for? Check out here for the answers.
It kills any sense of pacing and tension that the decent plotting and good artwork could hope to provide. X-Men: Red #2 cover by Travis Charest Win: X-Men Red is Still Great with #2 My hopes that we finally have another good mainline X-Men title remain high with the second installment of X-Men: Red by Tom Taylor and Mahmud Asrar[...]
We'll obsessively buy and read all of these X-Men comics until the day we die, no matter how bad they get! And if we're going to do that anyway, we might as well document the experience for you, our dear readers, brothers and sisters and non-binary siblings in suffering. This week there are five regular-priced X-Books on the stands,[...]
Naturally, the X-Men agree to help Trinary. X-Men Red #2 cover by Travis Charest X-Men Red is holding together The first issue showed great promise, and, while #2 isn't quite as gripping as the previous, it's still a damn good issue. Trinary has a good character introduction She's dedicated, brash, and funny Setting the X-Men in Wakanda is an[...]
Time for another look ahead at what all is coming out this week in the world of comics, from Green Hornet #1, to Wicked + Divine, Justice League, Deathstroke, new series like Ballad of Sang and Gideon Falls, and more. Check them out here.
We can't guarantee 100% accuracy, but we can guarantee that it's more fun than looking at the unlettered art. In this issue of Improbable Previews, Marvel tried to slip this unlettered preview of X-Men Red #2 past us in a CBR interview, but we found it, and we've lettered it! X-Men Red #2, by Tom Taylor, Mahmud[...]
Deadpool #27 (why is there a Spider-Man/Deadpool comic?), Iceman #10, X-Men Gold #21, and X-Men Red #1 Additionally, Venom #161 crosses over with X-Men Blue for the Poison X event, so we'll be covering that as well We've been waiting to read it since it was first announced, so it's time to finally find out what's going on in X-Men Red #1! X-Men Red #1 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Mahmud[...]
We need to branch out, though, and over the course of two episodes I will be hosting comic-based videos with some of Bleeding Cool writers until they branch into their own show after that (the title of that show is still pending). So, over the course of the next several short episodes, toys and collectibles writer[...]
X-Men: Red opens up with Jean Grey uniting an X-Men team in the hopes of improving the status of mutants in the world with some negotiation and political maneuvering. Does it make for a good read?