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Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics’ Incoming #1 Anthology

The upcoming Incoming #1 from Marvel comics was solicited with a brace of writers, Al Ewing. Dan Slott, Chip Zdarsky, Kelly Thompson, Greg Pak, Eve L. Ewing, Matt Rosenberg, Ed Brisson, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Donny Cates & Jason Aaron. But only a mention of Jim Cheung and Humberto Ramos as […]

Atlantis Attacks... Again at Marvel in 2020 from Greg Pak and Ario Anindito

Atlantis Attacks… Again at Marvel in January from Greg Pak and Ario Anindito

Marvel just brought back Acts of Vengeance as Acts of Evil, so it’s no surprise the House of Slightly Used Ideas is looking to revive another classic Summer Annual crossover event. This time, however, it will be a Winter five-issue limited series as Atlantis Attacks #1 is coming in January from Greg Pak and Ario […]

5 Pages From September's Firefly #9

Attn: Firebronies – 5 Pages From September’s Firefly #9

We’ve got a fun Friday treat for all the Firebronies out there (that’s the colloquial term for hardcore fans of the canceled television show Firefly). We’ve got this five-page preview of next month’s Firefly #9 from explosive publisher BOOM! Studios for your enjoyment. From the creative team of Greg Pak and Dan McDaid, and with […]

'Firefly' #6: Nice, Sketchy Visit with Great Old Friends

‘Firefly’ #6: Nice, Sketchy Visit with Great Old Friends

I’m usually a little hesitant to get behind a comic adaptation of a television show, movie, or game franchise. These kind of adaptations are critically hard to get right, since the voice of the characters not only has to echo the writing from which they hail, the mannerisms of the actors portraying them has to […]

Greg Pak, Phil Noto Take over Star Wars in July

Greg Pak, Phil Noto Take over Star Wars at Marvel in July

It looks like Greg Pak and Phil Noto will be the new creative team of Marvel’s main Star Wars title starting in July, at least according to the Amazon listing for November’s Star Wars Vol. 12 trade paperback collection, as noticed by redditor gorosaur on Reddit’s /r/starwarscomics. The trade paperback, which collects Star Wars #68-75, […]

New Agents of Atlas Series Joins War of the Realms, by Greg Pak and Gang-Hyuk Lim

If anyone still doubts that War of the Realms will be, as Marvel declared, their biggest-ever super-mega-crossover event, those doubts must surely be eroding with each day that Marvel announces new tie-ins, spin-offs, companion series, and variant cover promotions. The latest new series to launch as part of War of the Realms is War of […]

Weapon X #23 cover by Rahzzah

Weapon X #23 Review: Deadpool is a Comic-Killer

Deadpool is working for Mentallo and attacks Weapon X. Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike, Domino, Mystique, and Omega Red struggle to contain him. Deathstrike injects him with nanites to combat Mentallo’s control, but it turns out that Wade is working for money willingly. That means that Weapon X must take him down the old-fashioned way. Maybe Frail […]

Firebronies: Gaze Upon Your First Look at Greg Pak and Dan McDaid’s Firefly #1

The long wait is almost over for firebronies, the hardcore fans of Joss Whedon’s prematurely canceled space Western, Firefly. Firefly is finally set to return… as a new comic book series at BOOM! Studios. Written by Greg Pak with art by Dan McDaid and story consulting by Whedon himself, Firefly #1 is set to hit […]

Weapon X #22 cover by Rahzzah

Weapon X #22 Review: The Beginning of Weapon X-Force

Weapon X is reborn with a new lineup and a new goal: get paid. Sabretooth is still the leader, and, in addition to Domino and Lady Deathstrike, he is joined by Omega Red and Mystique. Their first mission finds them robbing warriors from Breakworld. After this, Victor Creed lays out a plan to rob a […]

Mech Cadet Yu #10 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Raul Angulo

Mech Cadet Yu #10 Review: Getting Your Parents Involved

Buddy rockets back to Earth, leaving Yu behind with the other Mech Cadets and the Engineering Corps. On Earth, General Park has brought the cadets’ parents to base to convince them to come home. Yu wants Buddy back, but Buddy knows the best hope for Earth is to give up his core for the Suprarobo. […]

Weapon X #21 cover by Rahzzah

Weapon X #21 Review: It Could Be So Much More

Warpath is finally trying to take down Sabretooth while the Winter Guard tries to bring down Weapon X and Omega Red. Red is more interested in killing his brother, Vassily. The Winter Guard won’t let that happen, and the fight intensifies as a result. Meanwhile, Old Man Logan isn’t doing so well in the Blackbird, […]


Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of July 4th, 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans

It’s a bit late again, and I didn’t get around to doing it last week. However, the Top and Bottom 5 Comics is back again this week. What soared? What fell on its face? Let’s find out together now! Best Comics of the Week 1. Immortal Hulk #2 Immortal Hulk kicked off with a hell of […]

Weapon X #20 cover by Rahzzah

Weapon X #20 Review: Dialogue Crashing into a Weakening Tone

Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike, and Domino are helping Omega Red take the fight back to S.I.C.K.L.E and Red’s brother. S.I.C.K.L.E is hunting mutants, and Sabretooth has control of the team in Logan’s absence. However, Warpath objects, and he is working to bring down the Weapon X team before it goes too far out of Logan’s vision. […]

Mech Cadet Yu #9 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Raul Angulo

Mech Cadet Yu #9 Review: An Underwhelming Monster vs. Mech Battle

Tanaka, the Mech Cadets, and the Engineering Corps are on the approach to the Sharg mothership. General Park tries in vain to get them to head back, but the team is determined to save the Earth without sacrificing their Mechs. Tanaka and the Mech Cadets are to keep the main Sharg forces busy while the […]

Weapon X #19 cover by Rahzzah

Weapon X #19 Review: Consistent, Goofy, and Bloody Fun

Lady Deathstrike and Domino work to track down Sabretooth and Omega Red. Meanwhile, Victor and Red arrive at the latter’s intended target, with the tiger cub still in tow. The target is a Russian general and mutant advocate currently training a future brigade of Titanium Men. Sabretooth wants Omega Red to spare the general, but […]

Improbable Previews: Bill Watterson Returns to Comics in Weapon X #19?!

Every so often (but seemingly less so since we started this column), comic book publishers accidentally send out unlettered previews, showing us what the characters are doing but not what they’re saying. What a boner! In Improbable Previews, we correct this mistake by putting the words back in, using our best guess at what they are […]

Weapon X #18 cover by Rahzzah

Weapon X #18 Review: Sabretooth Feeds a Tiger Cub

Sabretooth, the acting leader of Weapon X, has been taken by Omega Red and is being dragged through the Siberian tundra as rations. Warpath, Lady Deathstrike, and Domino continue to battle the mind-controlled mutant prisoners at the gulag Red just escaped. Sabretooth thinks he can get through to Omega Red, who is weakened in both […]


Weapon X #17 cover by Rahzzah

Weapon X #17 Review: Funny Dialogue, Tense Action, and Great Art

Team Weapon X is now under the control of Sabretooth. Old Man Logan is out of commission, and Victor Creed just might be the best man for the job. There are protests from Warpath and Domino, but there’s no time to second guess. Reports are coming out of Russia that a mutant gulag holding Omega […]