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Tagging the Walls - X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga

So welcome to the first of many posts celebrating the years of support from loyal followers of the House. We start with Kostas who initially gave me the idea of setting up a comic book club where one day my comics will live and anyone can come to read them. 951 more words

X-Men

Renew your love of the New Mutants with a new Epic Collection

One of my favourite comic books growing up in the 80s was The New Mutants. As a very young kid who fell in love with the X-Men’s Kitty Pryde thanks to Marvel’s… 452 more words

General

Iron Fist - Rolling Thunder Cannon Punch (Review)

Iron Fist draws its influences from the strangest possible places.

As a rule, the Marvel Netflix shows are heavily rooted in the reinvention of Marvel’s street level heroes that began around the turn of the millennium. 5,547 more words

Television

Some of My Friends Read Comics 050 - Iron Fist by Claremont & Byrne

Iron Fist is finally getting his own TV show and we’re not entirely sure who’s excited about that. We went back to the mid-70’s to read his first solo series in hopes of finding out where his appeal came from… and we came up short. 53 more words

Some Of My Friends Read Comics

Uncanny X-Men #243 (1989, April)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). I finally got around to watching X-Men: Apocalypse last night. You can read my collected livetweet here. In short, it was not a good movie. 1,560 more words

Marvel

Sunday Comics (A riff on FX's show Legion)

I had no interest in watching the Legion television show.

Bill Sienkiewicz is my favorite comic book artist of all time.

I like Sienkiewicz so much I can spell his last name correctly without looking it up. 795 more words

Art

Beneath The Pages: Chris Claremont

Beneath The Pages is a segment that looks at key figures in the comic industry. It’s about shining a light on their work and praising how much they’ve contributed to popular culture. 349 more words

Comics