I’ve been reading comics now for decades, and one of the trends I thought would last forever was the popularity of comics featuring mutants. However, even I’m surprised at how quickly the mutants have faded away in the last couple of years. Here’s what I think happened!
Kotobukiya has two Bishoujo Storm statues coming our way in July. One is traditional Storm, wearing a black costume, but for those at the San Diego Comic Con, the company plans to unveil a white variant exclusive to the show.
Why are kids turning up missing in New York? Why were the X-Men attacked by humanoid lizards in the sewers? And what does Spidey have to do with all of it? Though I’m sure you’ve put it all together by now, you can get the whole reason after the jump. . .
With Storm split between her duties as Queen of Wakanda, and an X-Men, Marvel’s X-Men Worlds Apart may have Ororo deciding which world she will stay in.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives October 15, 2008.
Or – “When Is A Surprise Ending NOT A Surprise?” There’s a theory that circulates around my comic shop about the Fantastic Four, that states that people misunderstand the roles of the members. Contrary to popular assumption, says our thesis, Sue is NOT the heart of the Fantastic Four. That’s Ben Grimm, the member most likely to respond on an emotional level. Likewise, Ben is not the steel in the FF’s backbone, it’s Sue that truly acts as the team’s fist, the spine that will not break, even when everything has gone to pot and a big purple fat guy