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Review: X-MEN #12 Explains The WHY Of “X Of Swords”

On September 16, Marvel Comics released X-Men #12. This prelude to X of Swords is the last issue that Leinil Francis Yu will be doing interior art...

Review: X-MEN #11 – Who Is Your Hero?

Marvel Comics releases X-Men #11 on August 26. Tying into Marvel's Empyre event, writer Jonathan Hickman, artist Leinil Francis Yu, color artist Sunny Who, and letterer VC's Clayton...

Review: EMPYRE: X-MEN #4 – An Anticlimactic (Though Heartfelt) End

On August 19, Marvel Comics releases the final issue of its Empyre tie-in series, Empyre: X-Men #4. Writer Jonathan Hickman returns to the series with pencilers...

Review: EMPYRE: X-MEN #3 – Things Keep Escalating…

On August 12, Marvel Comics released Empyre: X-Men #3. With rotating writing and artist on each issue (I'm guessing to accommodate the weekly releases), writers...

Review: EMPYRE: X-MEN #2 – Magik is a [email protected]$$!

Marvel Comics releases the second issue of the Empyre tie-in series Empyre: X-Men #2 August 05. Writers Gerry Duggan, Ben Percy, and Leah Williams are joined by artist...

Review: X-MEN #10 – Death and Violence on the Moon

Introduction Tying into the Empyre event, Marvel Comics releases X-Men #10 July 29. Writer and "Head of X" Jonathan Hickman is joined by artist Leinil Francis Yu, color artist...

How She Finds Her Freedom in STAR #5

Star #5 concludes the series in a dramatic way, while leaving the door open to continue her story.

The Rematch of a Century is About to Occur in STAR #4

Star #4 brings about the rematch we've been waiting for, providing an epic battle and emotionally raw scenes.

Longbox Legends: Tartakovsky’s CAGE! Goes back to The ’70s

In the early 2000's legendary animator Genndy Tartakovsky was working on a Luke Cage comic for Marvel, but nothing ever came of it until...
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