The Dark is the story of Daniel Abbot, a brilliant young scientist on the fringes of the establishment and the creator of Memetech – a technology that encodes information and memories into a liquid form, allowing anyone to drink the information. Terrified that his invention will be used for military purposes he decides to destroy his research, but not before he takes one last trip … with disastrous results.
Oh Lois, what have you done now? The Plutonian is on a rampage, and is killing anyone and everyone in his path.Â The question that is on every readerâ€™s mind is, â€œHow did he get this way, what caused him to snap?â€Â Issue two arrived in stores today, and it gives yet another clue to the mystery of the hero that is now irredeemable.
Following up on last weekâ€™s review of two linked comics, this week I get to sit down and review both X-Factor #34 and X-Factor Layla Miller #1. And for all those of you who get sick of seeing me review 5 out of 5 comics, your wish has come at last. In this installment; the in-continuity/issued X-Factor #34, part 3 of the Darwin Awards storyline that was last seen in She Hulk #31.
While Masquerade is the costume event for the fans, Marvel is teaming up with Disguise to put on a fashion show at the Marvel booth.Â Instead of models wearing traditional costumes, the ladies will be walking down the catwalk in a different interpretation of the favorites. Disguise has tossed this old and unflattering cartoonish concept and instead made fashionable, wearable and fun costumes that not only fit great but look fabulous.Â These costumes are inspired by some of the hottest and most iconic heroes to grace the pages of Marvel, and this will be your first chance to see them