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NYCC: Peter David, Stephen Segovia, and Carmen Carnero

While Stan Lee signed nearby, writer Peter David (X-Factor and the upcoming All-New X-Factor) and artists Stephen Segovia (X-Treme X-Men) and Carmen Carnero ( 271 more words

A Haul Worthy of Comic Con (part 2)

The other day I shared a bunch of bargain bin comics I’ve picked up the last few weeks. Cool as those were (especially the Robin stack), the “heart” of it all–and where I’ve felt the MOST “progress”–has been with the X-books. 1,002 more words

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Review: X-Termination: Conclusion

X-Termination #2, or Conclusion, caps out the end of two short run titles: X-Treme X-Men and Age of Apocalypse. It is also sucks.

Seriously, the only characters who escape ‘unscathed’ are the… 146 more words

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Reading my first crossover: X-Termination

It’s not that I’ve never read a crossover story before, but when I did, it was always after it had been collected into trade paperbacks. This allowed me to make a conscious decision to buy the TPBs. 1,449 more words

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Comics Review: X-Treme X-Men, Age of Apocalypse, and X-Termination

So, one of my favorite things to read, in the worlds I love to read about, is alternate reality. One of my favorite, and earliest, alternate realities was the Age of Apocalypse – a Marvel world created by one small, single event: the death of Charles Xavier. 1,136 more words

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Review: X-Treme X-Men #13

X-Termination – Part Four. Seriously, why all the lack of love for Kurt? Poor boy just can’t catch a break…

Now, this is the final issue of X-TremeĀ X-Men… though it’s not really over because the story continues into Astonishing X-Men and the final X-Termination issue… so… yeah… annoying. 138 more words

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