Punisher #1 delivers a great combination of action and character development.
Louise Simonson writes a new Jean Grey story, and Peter Parker goes bad as we look at two new books from the House of Ideas.
The Fall of X continues with two debut issues chronicling very different teams.
Ghost Rider and Wolverine hook up for a short, supernatural crossover.
X-Men #25 is a significant and strong issue that could bode very well for the Fall of X.
After three issues, it’s safe to say that the current Avengers comic is on a strong roll.
This latest iteration of the X-Men that began with Jonathan Hickman’s bold House of X storylines has ended in a disappointing, repetitive manner.
Taschen’s massive Marvel Comics Library: X-Men Volume 1 1963-1966 celebrates the artistry of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
If last week’s column was a bit of a downer about the current state of X-books, this time out we give the nod to a one-off in the line that worked well.
Somewhere along the current X-Men timeline, things just became too dense and complex.
Ultimate Invasion #1 brings us back to a universe thought destroyed.
Marvel’s new Planet of the Apes series continues building a fresh new Apes mythology.