quicksilver


Will Marvel Make Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch Mutants Again in 2019?

The world rejoiced in 2018 when Marvel, in the wake of a deal for parent company Disney to purchase Fox, finally stopped purposely downplaying the importance of the X-Men and allowed the Fantastic Four to have a series again. But what about some of the other victims of Marvel’s feud with Fox over movie rights? […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #5 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #5 Review – Sprinting Across Finish Line

Quicksilver centers himself, and his shades finally disappear. However, one remains. It talks and looks even more like Pietro than the others. It taunts Quicksilver and promises to kill everyone he loves. It somehow tears through the barrier and enters our world with Pietro shortly behind. Time is finally moving again for our hero, but […]

Exiles #7 cover by Mike McKone

Exiles #7 Review: Old West Superheroics in a Genuinely Fun Comic

The Exiles have been approached by a man called the King, the T’Challa of this strange Old West dimension in which the team has found themselves. With the King and equipment supplied by Moira MacTaggert, Blink, Valkyrie, and Wolvie go to stop the Magnus Gang and save Iron Lad. Unfortunately, Magnus isn’t the head of […]

Exiles #6 cover by Mike McKone

Exiles #6 Review: One of Marvel’s Most Charming Books

The Exiles are resting up in the Bahamas after their conflict with the Time-Eater, revealed to be Kang the Conqueror. They are still stinging from the loss of Khan, and Blink is eager to find her former teammates out in the Multiverse. While tinkering with the Tallus, Blink, Wolvie, Valkyrie, and Iron Lad are teleported […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #4 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #4 Review – Getting the Miniseries Back on Track

Quicksilver, believing himself to still be stuck in this world between moments, has taken it upon himself to give his turtle, Mister Dibbles, a tour around the world. He discovers a hive of the light creatures and tries to fight them. When all seems lost, Scarlet Witch arrives to tell Pietro that the Avengers are […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 Review – Running in Place

Quicksilver is racing away from a giant energy beast through the frozen world with an inanimate Scarlet Witch in tow. The creature wants to hurt Pietro’s sister, and he will not let that happen no matter the cost. Quicksilver reflects on the lives he and Scarlet Witch have led, and he puts everything into hiding […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #2 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #2 Review – Running Through a Standstill

Quicksilver is running himself to the point of exhaustion to fight off the colorful shades that resemble him. No matter how many he destroys, more appear to attack the ones Pietro loves. Things are getting worse too. More are appearing, and they are getting more powerful. This may sound like a thin plot and only […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #1 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #1 Review – A Brilliant Character-Focused Comic

Quicksilver, with the help of Scarlet Witch, barely destroys the sphere that has frozen the world’s heroes. However, whatever reaction from destroying this sphere has left the world frozen to Pietro Maximoff. He has saved the world, but he is now alone. But what if he’s not alone? What if he has company, but it’s […]


Avengers #684 cover by Mark Brooks

Avengers #684 Review: The Hulk Returns to a Complete Mess

We are shown the origins of the Incredible Hulk as well as all the times he has faced death over the year (more than you would think, also Avengers: Ultron Forever). He then returns in the present, looking confused but just as angry as ever. We return to the game between the Grandmaster and the […]

Uncanny Avengers #30 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson

Uncanny Avengers #30 Review: A Sweet if Unexciting Finale

Things begin to wrap for the Uncanny Avengers/Avengers Unity Squad as the team members square away unspoken things between one another. Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch put away their romantic flame once and for all. Wanda also has a similar if opposite conversation with Doctor Voodoo. Rogue and the Human Torch continue their romantic pursuits […]

Uncanny Avengers #29 cover by R.B. Silva and Java Tartaglia

Uncanny Avengers #29 Review: The Juggernaut Is On A Roll

The Juggernaut has been let loose upon the Uncanny Avengers, accidentally summoned by Doctor Voodoo while attempting to fix up Avengers Mansion. Rogue tries to lead the team, but Quicksilver, in his traditional arrogant fashion, goes off the reservation within minutes. Can the team come together to bring down the Unstoppable Force? So…Beast and Wonder […]

Brian Michael Bendis batman

Brian Michael Bendis’s List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman […]

Uncanny Avengers #28 cover by R. B. Silva and Edgar Delgado

Marvel Legacy Uncanny Avengers #28 Review: Oh My Stars And Garters

The mysterious man from the last issue of Uncanny Avengers turns out to be an attorney who took care of the estate of Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four. As such, he has money owed to the heir of the Richards’ estate, the Human Torch. Johnny must decide what to do with this information. Meanwhile, […]

Uncanny Avengers #27 Review: The Avengers Battle Nihilism

The Uncanny Avengers are under attack by Graviton! In one swoop, he destroyed Avengers Mansion and launched Scarlet Witch into the sky while her teammates watch helplessly in the rubble. Quicksilver is ready to kill him. The rest are just trying figure out a way out of this situation. Thankfully, Synapse, Rogue, and Doctor Voodoo […]

Uncanny Avengers #26 Review- Return of Scarlet Witch

Secret Empire is over (thank goodness), and the Uncanny Avengers must figure out where that leaves them. Steve Rogers disbanded the team, but they stuck together regardless. They have landed in Avengers Mansion for now, and Quicksilver wants his sister, the Scarlet Witch, to rejoin the team. However, Rogue does not trust Wanda Maximoff. Responsible […]

What Jack Kirby Means To A Comic Fan, Critic, And Aspiring Creator

On August 28th, 1917, Jacob Kurtzberg was born in Manhattan. He was born to a pair of Austrian Jewish immigrants. He took to drawing quickly, starting in comic strips in 1936, and, in 1940, he teamed up with Joe Simon to create Captain America and Bucky Barnes. It’s weird to think that a man born […]

Secret Empire #5 Review – Just Not Good Super Hero Fiction

Now, even though I am Bleeding Cool’s “Secret Empire is actually pretty good” guy, doesn’t mean I think the series is perfect. It has its flaws, and one of my first two articles for BC was my review of #2, which was a comic that could basically be summed up with “Hey, don’t forget to […]

Secret Empire: Underground #1 Review- A Great Self-Contained Adventure

*Ties into the Secret Empire crossover Another Secret Empire tie-in, yay! I know that’s what you all were waiting for. I was actually kind of looking forward to Secret Empire: Underground #1. It has a lot of characters I genuinely like in it: Mockingbird, Hercules, Sam Wilson, and Ant-Man. Quicksilver is really cool too, though […]

Uncanny Avengers #24 Review: A Promising New Creative Team

*Ties into the Secret Empire crossover Uncanny Avengers initially had a lot of promise when it first headlined Marvel NOW! way back in 2012. The first team — which grouped at-the-time underused characters like Havoc, Scarlet Witch, and Sunfire with mainstays like Captain America, Thor, Wolverine, and Rogue — seemed like a cool pairing of […]