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Excalibur #1 (1988, October)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Excite! Today’s an awesome comic! By Claremont, Davis, Neary, Oliver and Orzechowski, “Warwolves of London.”

We start in the Scottish Highlands, an abandoned Gateway Technologies building. 1,123 more words


Review: Civil War II – Totally Awesome Hulk #7

For those of you who have been keeping up with Marvel’s Secret Wars saga along with the new Civil War II series, Totally Awesome Hulk #7… 821 more words


Captain Britain Omnibus (2009) - Alan Davis

“Captain Britain fights to save a universe…and fails but a single reality is small change in the game Merlyn’s playing against Mad Jim Jaspers, who’s rewriting reality so he’s the center of the universe. 63 more words

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Excalibur Special Edition

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Something big today! Tuesday, I recapped an issue of X-Factor. So today, normally, would be Alpha Flight. But sometimes the world is a good place, so I get a treat. 1,625 more words


Infinity Entity#4 (Marvel)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Another Masterful Infinity Epic From Starlin.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Brett Downard

This is the latest tale of Adam Warlock by Jim Starlin, who isn’t Adam’s creator, but is like a really great adopted father.  404 more words


From The Vault: Wolverine: Bloodlust

We all have comics that stand out to us for one reason or another. Whether it’s because of an emotional connection, or whether the comic spoke to your very core, all that should matter to you is that that specific comic is important to you. 757 more words


X-Men Annual #11 (1987, November)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Today’s issue is a weird one. By Claremont, Davis, Neary, Oliver and Orzechowski, “Lost In the Funhouse.”

Wolverine comes home, drunk and singing loudly enough to wake everyone. 1,368 more words