Filed under: Movie Reviews | Tags: Bolivar Trask, Bryan Singer, Ellen Page, Evan Peters, Hugh Jackman, Iain McKellen, James McAvoy, Jane Goldman, Jennifer Lawrence, Kitty Pride, Magneto, Matthew Vaughn, Michael Fassbender, Mystique, Patrick Stewart, Peter Dinklage, Quicksilver, Raven, Sentinels, Simon Kinberg, Wolverine, X-Men
The latest X-Men movie to don the big screen brings the old and new cast together in a time-travelling quest for survival that aims to right any wrongs the previous films may have brought……but as I wasn’t a massive fan of First Class and as it seemed that more and more mutants were hitting the roll call, the notion of another Last Stand flashed through my mind as a strong possibility. Nevertheless, I went to my local cinema with a typically open mind on what the movie could offer.
Filed under: Competitions | Tags: Before Watchmen, Competition, Lee Bermejo, London Super Comic Con, Simone Bianchi, Wolverine
Following our visit to London Super Comic Con 2013 a couple of weeks back – we thought it was time for a giveaway from the Comics Anonymous gang……
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Age of Ultron, avengers, Brian Michael Bendis, Bryan Hitch, FCBD, Jessica Drew, S.W.O.R.D., Spider-Woman, Steve Rogers, Wolverine
With Age of Ultron set to kick-off next week I thought I’d take a look back at the first issue Marvel released for this as part of Free Comic Book Day in May 2012.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: A + X, AvsX, Bucky, Cable, Cam Smith, Captain America, Dale Keown, Dan Slott, Danny Miki, Frank D'Armata, hulk, Jeph Loeb, Mark Morales, Ron Garney, Will Quintana, Wolverine
The AvsX fallout continues with this title as two stories per issue play out in a similar format to the AvsX:Versus title that tied into that main AvsX title.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Connor Willumsen, Dan Brown, Inspector Nakano, Japan, Jason Starr, Logan, Roland Boschi, Wolverine
With the sneak peeks and rumour mill a buzz with talk of the new Wolverine movie in production it was almost inevitable that a new Wolverine title would appear – the main questions would be “Do we really need one?” and “Is it any good?”
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: avengers, Black Widow, Captain America, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Frank Castle, Greg Rucka, Iron-Man, Logan, Matt Hollingsworth, Peter Parker, Punisher, Spider-Man, Steve Rogers, Thor, Tony Stark, Wolverine
This five-part mini-series has been hyped up pretty big in the last few months as sneak peek at images have been released by Marvel but could it really live up to the hype?
Filed under: Comic Reviews | Tags: AvsX, Cyclops, Emma Fost, Hope, Iron-Man, K'un-Lun, Kieron Gillen, Wolverine
The AvsX fallout continues as we hit the midway point of Kieron Gillen’s take on just how things would play out after the event.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: AvsX, Cyclops, Kieron Gillen, Logan, Steve Kurth, Wolverine
A strong opening issue (reviewed here) following the AvsX event itself would see this five-part weekly release stay on my pull-list but could #2 hold onto that strength.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: AvsX, Captain America, Cyclops, Hope, Kieron Gillen, Scarlet Witch, Tom Raney, Wolverine
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Avalanche, AvsX, Captain America, Charles Xavier, Havok, John Cassaday, Marvel Now, Rick Remender, Thor, Uncanny Avengers, Wolverine
The first of the Marvel Now! titles hit with Uncanny Avengers and following a good (but not great) AvsX event (reviewed here) I was interested to see just how things would go for the new direction Marvel have chosen to take.