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Joss Whedon's Astonishing X-Men

As far as superheroes go, I’ve always been a fan of The X-Men. I remember watching several airings of the original X-Men Animated Series… 570 more words

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Comics Herstory: Marjorie Liu

Marjorie Liu is a lawyer-turned-writer who has written a number of fiction novels as well as comics.

Liu began her career in comics writing tie-in novels for… 345 more words

Comics

Mike Perkins - Astonishing X-Men #48-56

It has been exactly four years since Marjorie Liu and Mike Perkins have taken over Astonishing X-Men after the leave of Greg Pak (Astonishing X-Men #44-47), and while I was rereading it, I’ve felt an urge to write about it, especially about Northstar and Kyle’s relationship and their wedding.  1,852 more words

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Episode 22: Everything That's Ending

Chad and Patrick kick off this week’s podcast by talking about Toronto ComicCon and their dreams. (Literal ones, not the ones in which they are successful.) Then they discuss a slew of comics, including spending a lot of time on The Bunker and Snow Blind. 62 more words

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Preview: MONSTRESS #1

Astonishing X-Men and Black Widow writer MARJORIE LIU returns to comics with artist SANA TAKEDA (X-23) for an all-new ONGOING SERIES!

Steampunk meets Kaiju in this original fantasy epic for mature readers, as young Maika risks everything to control her psychic link with a monster of tremendous power, placing her in the center of a devastating war between human and otherworldly forces. 22 more words

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Things in Print :: academic applications of graphic novels in high schools

So I had this really interesting idea to look at graphic novels that are taught in school and analyze it. We found a list and then I realized I… had read exactly 1 out of the 111 items on the list.   1,489 more words

Cover Gallery: Astonishing X-Men

Amidst all the reviews and such, for me (at least) sometimes it’s just really fun to look at a bunch of comics’ covers together, whether it’s admiring a run of a series, or seeing a full story, or some other ‘theme’. 41 more words

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