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Recent Ultimate Spider-Man Acquisitions

Over the last several weeks, I actually came across a couple volumes of the Ultimate Spider-Man oversized hardcovers that I’d thought long since out of reach, at least barring very specific hunting. 118 more words

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Uncanny X-Men Volume Three Issue 24

Writer Brian Michael Bendis

Artist Kris Anka

Lettering and Production VC’s Joe Caramanga

Jean Grey’s School for Gifted Youngsters.  Iceman is depressed.  I’m sure with the Jean Grey School, that it is all new materials.   1,204 more words

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All New X-Men 30

Writer Brian Michael Bendis

Artis Sara Pichelli

Colorist Marte Gracia

Letterer VC’s Cory Petit

There is no handy editorial note, so let me be the one to tell you – this issue takes place right before Uncanny X-Men Volume Three Issue 24.   1,187 more words

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X-Men Kissing Gag Cover

By Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli

I was going to wait to figure out if this was a variant cover or not but it will be used in the Marvel 75th Anniversary special, for sure. 109 more words

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Uncanny X-Men 27 Review (spoilers)

The X-Men are on the journey to help isolate Matthew Malloy from endangering the entire world. As we join the crew with Maria Hill on a SHIELD helicarrier, they’ve just witnessed another psychic, Exodus, pwnd by Matthew for attempting to read his mind. 606 more words

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Comic Book Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #19

About a month ago I made a post about the ‘return’ of everyone’s favorite Nova, Richard Rider.  After basically falling off the map at the conclusion of Abnett & Lanning’s cosmos-shaking Guardians of the Galaxy run (rather, after being marooned in a vacationer’s paradise called “the Cancerverse”), Rider’s absence has been felt by fans for years now.  511 more words

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Uncanny X-Men Volume Three Issue 23

Writer Brian Michael Bendis

Artist Kris Anka

Lettering & Production VC’s Joe Caramagna

Cover Artist Chris Bachalo (possibly his easiest cover gig!)

Issue opens, last year.   881 more words

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