X-Men: Blue #28 Review &#8211 How Far Magneto Has Come

X-Men: Blue #28 Review – How Far Magneto Has Come

While there have been many disappointing issues for X-Men: Blue, this one succeeded on consistent forward motion and genuinely interesting conflict.The idea of changing the world into mutants is pretty comic book-y as far as plots go, but it becomes interesting in the different reasons and approaches that cause schisms between Miss Sinister and White[...]

X-Men Blue #24 Review: This Ones Actually Really Good

X-Men Blue #24 Review: This One's Actually Really Good

Meanwhile, the new Marauders attack Xorn after he too rejects their offer Thankfully, Xorn receives help in the form of Jimmy Hudson and Bloodstorm Unfortunately, Malice infiltrates the Madripoor mansion through the body of Polaris.Finally, Briar Raleigh seeks out new X-Men with Magneto’s team having gone missing.[caption id="attachment_820509" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Blue #24 cover by[...]

X-Men: Blue #7 Review: Lets Just Tear Up The X-Men

X-Men: Blue #7 Review: Let's Just Tear Up The X-Men

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]*Ties into the Secret Empire crossoverWith the mutants being relegated to the state of New Tian in the wake of the Hydra takeover, Jean Grey and her X-Men: Blue squad are fighting to free the mutant and human prisoners being forced there.The leaders of New Tian, Emma Frost, Xorn, and Sebastian Shaw, do not[...]

Comic Books &#8211 Immigrants Are Welcome Here

Comic Books – Immigrants Are Welcome Here

Writer Greg Pak has raised an excellent point on twitter in response to the #MuslimBan, the controversial Executive Order from President Donald Trump that bans immigration from seven countries of largely Muslim population. The ban is affecting refugees from war-torn regions, ideological or social refugees who would face recriminations and death in some cases for […]