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Review: Jean Grey #2 – So Many Guest-Star Superheroes

Here we are with second issue of the first-ever solo title for one of the founding X-Men, Jean Grey. I was very intrigued by this idea from the get-go. It always seemed odd that she never really had a chance to strike out on her own in the past, though most of the X-Men have […]

Carlos Danger In Wolverine And The Uncanny X-Men

Straight from Wolverine And The X-Men… Quentin Quire has an off-world bank account folks. Under the name Carlos Danger. As in the online pseudonym that New York mayoral candidate Anthony Wiener used to go sexting under. Quentin, how would you know such a thing? Cue John Oliver… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmWDm2Yw9dk[/youtube] Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London, hosting […]

Quentin Quire, Man Of Action (SPOILERS)

He’s a busy boy this week. Created by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, the super intelligent, super telepathic, super disaffected X-Man does a Wolverine and appears in three books this week. And one of them will really get talked about. Sexually harassing Psylocke in Uncanny X-Force #1? Possibly. Dismissing Captain America as a fascist thug […]

Wolverine And The X-Men Brings Us A Brand New Day Of Future Past

I have been backwards about coming forwards about my admiration for Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo’s work on the new Wolverine And The X-Men series. Set in school, with lots of text, panels fighting for space and a cast of hundreds, it both reminds me of Grant Morrison X-Men, and a period around Uncany X-Men 200, dense, […]