X-Men: Days of Future Past opened in theaters across America this weekend. The movie is a strong installment in the X-Men franchise and manages to fix some of the continuity errors and poor decisions from past movies that have frustrated fans of the series. There
As I did with Amazing Spider-Man’s “Brand New Day”, I’d like to use the purchase of a trade paperback to take a look at a complete story arc. This time I’ll be looking at Uncanny X-Men: Divided We Stand. This story arc takes place in
Batman Vol 2 #6 – see the linked review Nightwing Vol 3 #6 – the story is near its conclusion and it’s still pretty great Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #679.1 – a great one-off that gives us more time with Uatu Jackson and sets up
Nightwing Vol 3 #5 – the main plot takes a break while Dick deals with Voodoo! Red Hood and the Outlaws #5 – the book once again looks exciting. We’ll see if #6 is disappointing or if Lobdell breaks the trend. Generation Hope
Eric’s Book Eric: Welcome back for another POW! This week was actually a really tough week for me. I was unsure whether to pick Action Comics #5 (which was really emotional this week), Wolverine and the X-Men: Alpha & Omega #1 which had an interesting
This week was a very small release for me, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t have some fun titles to read. It was a bit X-Men week, that’s for sure! I had 3 explicit X-Men books and Avengers: Children’s Crusade features them quite heavily as
Eric’s Book: Eric: Welcome to Week 5 of Comic POW! I hope all our US readers had a great Thanksgiving Dan: We were too busy eating turkey to talk about comics Eric: Yeah, the timing just didn’t work out with comics being released on Wed.