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X-23 #3 cover by Mike Choi and Jesus Aburtov

X-23 #3 Review: Not Enough Gabby, but Some Solid Action

Gabby has been kidnapped by the Stepford Cuckoos. Laura is on their trail, but the Cuckoos are masters of mental manipulation. X-23 can’t be sure whether she can trust her senses. However, Laura is tenacious and will do anything necessary to see her sister again. She also needs to find the geneticist they kidnapped, as […]

X-Men: Red #7 cover by Jenny Frisson

X-Men Red #7 Review: Abominations in the Sea, Sentinels in the Sky

Atlantis is under attack by Cassandra Nova. She has sent Kid Abomination to destroy the city until he drowns. Jean Grey, Storm, Gentle, and Namor are on the scene to respond. Above the Atlantic, Trinary, Wolverine, Gabby, Nightcrawler, and Gambit are in the process of stealing the phone of the deceased British ambassador. However, one […]

X-23 #2 cover by Mike Choi and Jesus Aburtov

X-23 #2 Review: The New Best Dynamic Duo in Comic

The Stepford Cuckoos have found their fallen sister, and this pushes them to advance their plan more quickly. They abandon the X-Men and the Xavier Institute. Meanwhile, Gabby still wants to know the date of X-23’s birthday. Laura evades and goes to investigate the workplace of the missing geneticist. She finds a lead that takes […]

Hunt for Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda #3 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Robert Poggi, and Dean White

Hunt for Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda #3 Review – Mister Sinister Screams a Lot

We see Wolverine and Iron Man’s conversation in the fallout of the Tribeca bomb detonation. Logan knows a secret of Tony’s, and he’s willing to keep it in their agreement. Back in the present, Mister Sinister is on a rampage through the submarine. Spider-Man, Wolverine (Laura Kinney), and Jessica Jones must keep him contained while […]

X-23 #1 cover by Mike Choi

X-23 #1 Review: Gabby and Laura Are Still a Wonderful Team

X-23 and Honey Badger are chasing down people who have been stealing mutant genetic material. After stopping one such set of criminals, they are called back to the Xavier Institute to meet up with Beast, who has information on a geneticist who has gone missing. There, they meet another set of clones, the Stepford Cuckoos. […]

X-Men: Red #5 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #5 Review: Weaponizing the Truth

A law is signed into effect in Poland allowing the government to apprehend any and all mutants within their borders. Around the world, hatred of mutants is rising once again. Meanwhile, Jean Grey and Trinary work to find a way to safely disarm the Sentinite in the head of David Bushell, the man who killed […]

X-Men Red Annual #1 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red Annual #1 Review: The New Old Jean Grey

We go back to the moments right after Jean Grey was resurrected, and we see what her life was like immediately after the impromptu revival. She bonds with the X-Men, learns of their triumphs and losses, and she seeks out the extended family she’s never met. X-Men Red Annual #1 does for the series what […]

X-Men: Red #4 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #4 Review: The Rise of Ab-Lantis

Jean Grey’s X-Men team returns to Wakanda with the Sentinel controlled by Trinary, but they are immediately attacked by Storm. Jean detects that someone has taken over Storm. If they survive this encounter, they will need to free Storm, discover how she is being controlled, and stop further attacks from falling upon Wakanda. Tom Taylor […]

All-New Wolverine #35 cover by David Lopez

All-New Wolverine #35 Review: A Warm Finish to a Solid Series

Maria Hill has fallen, but Wolverine, Honey Badger, Wasp, Hawkeye, and Captain Marvel must press on. World peace is at hand; there is only one more obstacle to overcome: Doctor Doom. The only question is whether Laura can live long enough to reach Doom. Tom Taylor is quite skilled at subverting expectations with his more […]

X-Men: Red #3 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #3 Review: Socialized Hatred and Tiki Torches

Cassandra Nova suddenly appears (mostly) unseen in the X-Mansion and issues a command to an unseen sleeping X-Man. In India, the Jean Grey’s X-Men team continue their fight against a Sentinel while trying to uncover the mystery of its presence. In New Orleans, Gambit protects another mutant from an angry mob. X-Men: Red continues to […]

All-New Wolverine #33 cover by David Lopez

All-New Wolverine #33 Review: A Bright Future that Raises Some Questions

It’s the somewhat near future, and the world is a utopia. The heroes have finally won, and Laura Kinney was made the queen of Madripoor. Gabby is Wolverine now and makes sure that the peace is kept. We join her busting up a gun-runner fresh from Latveria when she gets a call from Queen Laura […]

All-New Wolverine #32 cover by David Lopez

All-New Wolverine #32 Review: Nazi-Stomping Group Therapy

Still wanting to help the Orphans of X, Wolverine has been hunting for the man who hired Laura out to kill the father of Amber, the woman who heads the Orphans. Laura is willing to go out and handle it alone, but Amber wants to come with her. This leads them to a beach resort […]

X-Men: Red #2 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #2 Review: Holding on to Hope as the Quality Remains High

A mutant named Trinary is being held by the Indian government. She contacts Jean Grey and her team, who are hiding out in Wakanda after the death of the UK ambassador. Naturally, the X-Men agree to help Trinary. X-Men Red is holding together. The first issue showed great promise, and, while #2 isn’t quite as gripping […]

All-New Wolverine #31 cover by David Lopez

All-New Wolverine #31 Review: Ridiculous, Silly, and a Lot of Fun

Back home after the conflict with the Orphans of X, Gabby aka Honey Badger takes Jonathan the now-talking Actual Wolverine out for a walk. At least, that’s what Laura thinks Gabby is doing. In reality, the Honey Badger and the Actual Wolverine are tracking down the people who were experimenting on Jonathan when Laura and […]

X-Men Red #1 variant cover by Mahmud Asrar and Ive Svorcina

X-Men: Red #1 Review: Big Ideas and Hope for the Future

A mutant is hunted by bigots and saved by Jean Grey and her new team of X-Men. After this, we are taken back months prior to a baby manifesting a superpowered scream that attracts Wolverine, Honey Badger, and Jean Grey to the scene. After this, Jean Grey decides to do something dramatic: she wants to […]

All-New Wolverine #30 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

All-New Wolverine #30 Review: Orphans of X Sticks the Landing

Wolverine and Gabby wake up Daken, Old Man Logan, Sabretooth, and Lady Deathstrike. They ready themselves to bring the Orphans of X down, but they discover what the group really is. They’re not the monsters that Laura feared, and she tries a different approach. The waylaying and sidetracking of the “Orphans of X” arc had […]

All-New Wolverine #29 Cover by Elizabeth Torque

All-New Wolverine #29 Review: Contrived But Still Fun

With Old Man Logan, Sabretooth, and Lady Deathstrike possible killed by the Orphans of X, Wolverine, Gabby, and Daken are partaking in a ritual with Muramasa to create a shield and armor that can deflect the creations of the Muramasa Blade being used by the Orphans. Unfortunately, this lays the three mutants up for a […]


All-New Wolverine #27 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson

All-New Wolverine #27 Review: Slowest Issue In Some Time

Daken and Wolverine return to Debbie and Megan’s house. Daken is hurt and still missing his arm, but he can explain to everyone what he learned about the Orphans of X and their intentions. He also warns Laura and the rest of their plans to recover the Muramasa Blade. Wolverine had sent Captain Marvel to […]

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All-New Wolverine #26 Review: The Orphans Unite

Daken has been abducted by the so-called Orphans of X. They have spent their time torturing him, and he has, understandably, grown quite tired of it. Meanwhile, Laura and Gabby have brought Sarah back to the house of her sister. Beast his examining her, and Laura and Gabby must determine what their prospective mother still […]