Immortal X-Men #3 focuses on Mystique and Destiny, their love, and what seems to be its inevitable failure.
Hulkling & Wiccan is the closest comic I’ve read that feels in line with the classic romance series’ that publishers used to put out fifty or sixty years ago.
Though the world of Thor can be complicated, Jane Foster & The Mighty Thor is actually a very accessible and fun read.
Discover the history of Luke Cage in the new Luke Cage Omnibus, and take a quick dive into the latest issue of X-Men ’92: House of XCII.
In this week’s From the House of Ideas, we look at tales of the Amazing Spider-Man both past and present.
The massive new Fall of the Mutants Omnibus features classic runs from Uncanny X-Men, the New Mutants, and X-Factor that put each team through their paces and found core members dying and status quos changing for all of them.
Hulk vs Thor: Banner of War is colourful and crazy sci-fi, and even nonsensical in spots, but that’s not a bad thing at all.
John Proudstar’s story of identity and embracing his own is a topic both Nyla Rose and Steve Orlando know something about. This is an important book.
Darth Vader by Gillen and Larroca Omnibus is over 700 pages of Star Wars reading, and well worth picking up this May the 4th.
While the story in Captain America #0 is good, what is absolutely excellent is the simply stunning artwork by Mattia De Iulis.
In X-Men ’92: House of XCII, Steve Foxe and Salva Espin have melded the familiar ’90s X-Men art and storytelling with the current Krakoan world.
Writer Nadia Shammas and artists Rafael Pimental & Carlos Lopez deliver an annual that’s sure to resonate across the ongoing X-Force series.