Gerry Duggan has done a great job in ensuring the feeling of Marauders #1 is right in sync with the world Jonathan Hickman has established.
X-Men #1 is a solid issue building on the foundation that’s been laid out by Jonathan Hickman.
Tomorrow sees the release of X-Men #1, and the fine folks at Marvel has sent over a great trailer to get us psyched.
Today sees the final issue of House of X, the Jonathan Hickman-written X-Men series that’s promised to bring the mutants back to a prime position in the Marvel Universe.
After having read House of X #5 this morning, it felt like more than any other book I’ve read over the last two weeks, this is the one I wanted to tell you about.
Big news just came through from Marvel – a trailer and list of all the new X-titles dropping this fall, as the Jonathan Hickman era of Marvel mutant’s rolls on:
In House of X #4, Jonathan Hickman goes for broke, demonstrating that anything could happen to any of our beloved characters.
Jonathan Hickman’s ‘House of X’ #1 is an exceptional book, one that reveals itself the more times you read it.
Dan Slott had some pressure walking into the hallowed halls of the Baxter Building. Judging by Fantastic Four: Fourever, he’s going to do just fine.
These comic book collections at the lower end of the price spectrum are perfect for friends and family that love our favourite pop culture medium.
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