Review: Death of Wolverine Deadpool & Captain America

In the wake of Wolverine’s death, many an X-man, and Avenger have been finding their own ways to cope with the death of their friend and mentor Wolverine; Deadpool and Captain America are no exceptions to this fact. Both Cap and Deadpool see the potential dangers of a world without …

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Review: Wolverine and the X-Men #42

It is the end of an era…or at least a comic run. Wolverine and the X-Men has been a fun and interesting book from beginning to end. From the Hellfire Club, to AVX, to the Battle of the Atom, through its ups and downs, this title has stood tall as …

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Review: Uncanny Avengers #16

Rick Remender is by far one of my favorite writers for Marvel these days. He was responsible for writing the FANTASTIC series known as Uncanny X-Force, which went as far as to give Deadpool some humanistic character development, something he doesn’t usually get in team books. Other notable accomplishments of …

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Preliminary Thoughts on All-New Marvel NOW!

Silverwolf: Hello everyone! Silverwolf here with fellow comic fan ArcGunner to discuss the upcoming wave of Marvel relaunches and new series known as All-New Marvel NOW! Let’s first talk about what we’re excited for. Arc, are there any series in particular you’re looking forward to from Marvel in 2014? ArcGunner: Honestly, I am …

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Review: Deadpool #19

Deadpool is not a character known for drama and invoking emotional distress. Deadpool, a.k.a. the Crimson Comedian, is best known for being a mercenary goofball. But some writers enjoy delving into the dark past and psychological pain that the character has endured throughout his lifetime. Writers Brian Posehn and Gerry …

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