Tag Archives: X-Men

Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin’

Yes, this is a novel about Rogue, the popular southern belle from the X-Men comics. But X-fans be forewarned. There’s no Uncanny action here. No Gambit. No Wolverine. No Professor X. No Mystique. No Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. In fact, … Continue reading

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Shea Magnifique

We weren’t the biggest fans of Chris Claremont and his initial 17-year writing stint on Uncanny X-Men. We were too busy reading Love and Rockets back then to care about Rogue, Storm, and Emma Frost. But we have to admit … Continue reading

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Wolverine Blues

There’s no question about it. Wolverine is a tough nut to crack. In this book alone, for example, he’s pumped full of lead, burned alive, fed to sharks, attacked by ninja, and blown to pieces. Later, he jumps out of … Continue reading

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Personality Xrisis

The X-Men hear a rumor that mutants are being arrested in Seattle and thrown into a mental institute. Always sensitive to mutant civil rights, Wolverine and four of his buddies decide to visit the Emerald City and check it out. … Continue reading

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Earth’s Mightiest Superbabies

All four stories in this Marvel superhero collection are a super wreck. Mostly because the Hulk, Daredevil, and X-Men don’t do anything very interesting.  These are comic book adventures not fit for comic books. The X-Men in particular have a bad … Continue reading

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First Generation X-Men

This is how the authors describe a young Magneto: “There was always something about metal he loved.” Really? Is that so? A mutant super villain named Magnet-o who hearts metal? Uncanny! Did Archangel always have a thing for down pillows … Continue reading

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