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Review: FORCE WORKS 2020 #2 Introduces A Huge Problem

The team faces an army and a major problem in Force Works #2 written by Matthew Rosenberg, art by Juanan Ramirez and Roberto Di...

Review: FORCE WORKS 2020 #1 Brings The Heat

A team from the 90s has returned in Force Works 2020 #1 thanks to Matthew Rosenberg, Juanan Ramirez, Federico Blee, and VC’s Clayton Cowles....

Marvel Comics Preview: FORCE WORKS 2020 #1 – War Machine Tries To Survive

War Machine has his hands full this week in Force Works 2020 #1, out February 26, Marvel Comics sent us a four-page preview for...

Review: The New Ronin Wrecks The City In HAWKEYE: FREEFALL #2

HAWKEYE: FREEFALL #2 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, January 29th, continuing the sharp shooting Avenger's solo adventure. Last issue introduced readers to a...

UNCANNY X-MEN #21 – Black Queen Operates In Grey Area

The X-Men had forgotten Emma Frost ever existed, but no longer. Scott and his fellow mutants go to confront his former lover in UNCANNY X-MEN #21.

UNCANNY X-MEN #14 – Rosenberg At The Height Of His Powers

Scott Summers and Logan band together the remaining mutants untouched by Age Of X-Man. Writer Matthew Rosenberg reaches new heights in UNCANNY X-MEN #14.

UNCANNY X-MEN #9: Fighting Against Fatigue

Uncanny X-Men marches on, fighting fatigue and staleness along with setting up the next era for the flagship Marvel title.

UNCANNY X-MEN #8: Giving The Kids Their Spotlight

Uncanny X-Men keeps rolling at its weekly pace and churning out a solid opening number to what will hopefully be a longstanding series once again.

UNCANNY X-MEN #3 – Take A Breather!

Uncanny X-Men's triumphant return to Marvel Comics is a fast-paced, weekly thrill ride. Strap yourself in and try to keep up because missing a week could be costly.