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Comic Reviews: X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever and Deathstroke!

COMIC REVIEWS!!!

XMenWorstXManEver (1)X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever #1 (of 5) (Marvel Comics)

I know, I know, another X-Men comic. But what sets X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever apart from the many other mutant-centric books that Marvel publishes is two things: it’s the first Marvel miniseries by Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis, and it’s a great look into how mutant teenagers of the Marvel Universe view the X-Men. These two things make Worst X-Man Ever’s debut issue truly stand out, and hint at some pretty promising things to come in this miniseries. Read the rest of this entry

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Comic Reviews: 1872 and Deathstroke!

COMIC REVIEWS!!!!

portrait_incredible 1872 #3 (Marvel Comics)

 1872 has been one of the stranger Secret Wars tie-ins, but it’s also one of the ones with the most charm too. Seeing Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, and other Marvel mainstays through the prism of the old West has been really interesting, and Gerry Duggan’s script has had a lot of fun playing in this world. While 1872 has seemed like it’s been on the outskirts of Marvel’s massive event, with this issue it’s starting to show that it may have a larger role in the future of the Marvel universe than we originally thought. Read the rest of this entry