Heroes Never Rust #40: All Will Be Well
Heroes Never Rust #40 by Sean Ironman All Will Be Well The riot portion of the “Riot at Xavier’s” storyline has yet to begin. New X-Men #136 ends with Quentin Quire shouting “Riot!” into a bullhorn on Open Day, a day Xavier invited humans to the school. A sort-of Open House. But, except for the… Continue reading
Like a Geek God #19: Beside the Point of Origin
Like a Geek God #19 by Mark Pursell Beside the Point of Origin Origin stories need to die a slow, painful, fiery death. But first, a history lesson. The modern era of superhero cinema began in 2000 with a long-awaited celluloid re-imagining of the X-Men franchise. This should have been a portent of great things… Continue reading
Heroes Never Rust #1: Gambit
Heroes Never Rust #1 by Sean Ironman Gambit The first comic book I remember reading is X-Men (second series) #33 written by Fabian Nicieza with art by Andy Kubert. I was ten years old and had read comics before, but X-Men #33 was the first to have an impact on me, enough of an impact… Continue reading
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