Ed Brisson


Marvel Releases Trailer for Ed Brisson and Aaron Kuder's Ghost Rider Relaunch

Marvel Releases Trailer for Ed Brisson and Aaron Kuder’s Ghost Rider Relaunch

With Final Order Cutoff approaching on Monday, Marvel Comics has released a trailer for the upcoming Ghost Rider #1, the relaunch focusing on Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch by writer Ed Brisson and artist Aaron Kuder, set to hit stores on October 2nd. “We could not be more excited about Ghost Rider #1,” says Marvel […]


Contagion

Ed Brisson Pits Street Level Marvel Heroes Against Zombie Hordes in Contagion

In a move that could earn Marvel Comics a DCease-and-DCist, Ed Brisson will team with a harem of artists for a five-issue weekly mini-series pitting Marvel’s street-level heroes against a sickness turning the people of the Marvel Universe into what appear to be mindless zombies. Contagion will feature artists including: Roge Antonio, Stephen Segovia, Mack […]


X-Men Characters' Odds of Survival Linked to How Cute Ed Brisson is Feeling

X-Men Characters’ Odds of Survival Directly Linked to How Cute Ed Brisson Feels

In the current crop of X-Men writers, who once gleefully discussed plans to kill Honey Badger on Twitter, Canadian Ed Brisson claims the crown as the most savage, bloodthirsty of all. Brisson brutally murdered adult Cable, Bloodstorm, and Mimic in Extermination, and he wasn’t exactly kind to the time-displaced original five X-Men either. Brisson is […]

A Tale of Two Threads About How to Break into Comics

So you want to break into comics? Great! Why? Oh, you’re a masochist? Ok, cool then. As long as we’re on the same page. It’s a question that comes up and over again. And every time, established comic book professionals give essentially the same answer: make comics. Twitter threads giving essentially this exact answer about […]

How Dare You, Ed Brisson? [X-ual Healing 10-31-18]

The penultimate issue of Extermination came out this week, which means bloodthirsty writer Ed Brisson is running out of time to devastate X-Men fans by killing off their favorite characters. We’ve already seen Brisson implicated in a plot to kill off Honey Badger with the other Uncanny X-Men writers. He succeeded in killing off Bloodstorm and […]

Ed Brisson Taking the Donald Trump Approach to X-Force Relaunch, From NYCC

“What you’re seeing and what you’re reading is not what’s happening,” said one of either the current president of the United States, Donald J. Trump, or Marvel Comics writer Ed Brisson. Said the other: “What you think is happening isn’t happening.” One refers to “fake news,” the other the upcoming relaunch of X-Force by Brisson […]


Ed Brisson and Dylan Burnett Relaunch X-Force with Original Lineup in December

Not content with brutally murdering teenage X-Men like a modern day Dennis Hopeless in the Extermination X-over event, superstar writer Ed Brisson is teaming up with artist Dylan Burnett to relaunch X-Force in December. The new series will star the original X-Force: Domino, Cannonball, Shatterstar, Boom Boom, and Warpath. Cable, of course, won’t be on […]

Old Man Logan Annual #1 cover by Shane Davis, Michelle Delecki, and Val Staples

Old Man Logan Annual #1 Review: Regret of the Punisher

In the far future, a group calling themselves the Punishers run into a shantytown, burn it down, kill all the men, and steal all the children. Old Man Logan follow and finds the aftermath. A woman tells him what happened and follows the trail of the Punishers until they return to their stronghold. He’s shot […]

Extermination #2 cover by Mark Brooks

Extermination #2 Review: Waiting for the Plot to Show Up

We see young Cable take another prisoner at a grocery store, and Jean Grey tries to comfort Cyclops about the deaths of Bloodstorm and Cable. The X-Men convene on what to do about Ahab’s return and the missing young Iceman. Kitty thinks it’s best to split the remaining young original X-Men up to make it […]


Marvel Will Kill Off Old Man Logan in a 12-Part ‘Dead Man Logan’ Limited Series

Okay, these Wolverine death/return/death limited series are starting to get out of control! First, we had the original Death of Wolverine series in 2014, which was preceded by the Death of Wolverine storyline in the regular Wolverine book and which spawned two one-shots, two minis, and an ongoing series called Wolverines. To bring him back, we’ve had […]

Extermination #1 cover by Mark Brooks

Extermination #1 Advance Review: A Pretty Generic Setup

A mysterious figure arrives at the Xavier Institute in the future to find it in ruins and the X-Men all dead. In the present, the X-Men Blue team saves a pair of young French mutants from a hate mob in Chicago. They bring the mutants back to the Xavier Institute for care. Later, Cyclops and […]


Ed Brisson on Extermination: “Back Issues Matter”

Ed Brisson, writer of the upcoming Extermination X-over event, gave an interview to marvel media partner Comic Book Resources Friday, and he had a bold promise for longtime X-Men fans: The mantra going into this series was, “Your Back Issues Matter.” Every. Single. X-Men. Story. Counts. If it happened in an issue you’ve read, it […]


The Ballad of Sang #2 cover by Alessandro Micelli and Shari Chankhamma

The Ballad of Sang #2 Review: Tone Problems and Unpleasant Visuals

Sang awakens in the apartment of a woman named Lucy, who has mended Sang’s wounds and patched him up. She wants to help him, but he is reluctant to trust anyone. To add to the problem, a metal-themed biker gang has been given a tip on Sang’s location from a peeping tom. If Ballad of […]

Iron Fist #80 cover by Jeff Dekal

Iron Fist #80 Review: Punching Demons from Here to Eternity

Iron Fist and Fat Cobra interrupt the fight between Orson Randall and Miranda Rand. Danny and Cobra have a new agreement with D’Kay. Orson, Miranda, and Fat Cobra’s mother can be free from Hell if the five can defeat the remaining 12 demons at D’Kay’s disposal at once. Let the final round of the tournament […]