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Stir the Pot Saturday: Best Marvel Comics Alternate Realities

Welcome back to Stir the Pot Saturday!  Forget the rules?  Check them out here and here.  And forget the question?  Well check that out here. And remember, stirring the pot is, simply put, an old idiom that means agitating a situation to cause a [...]

February 8, 2014 Features
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Top Ten Tuesday: Best Marvel Comics Alternate Realities

In this week's Top Ten Tuesday, Comic Booked discusses the ten best Marvel Comics alternate realities. Get ready for debate on Comic Booked! [...]

February 4, 2014 Features
Uncanny X-Force 24

Review: Uncanny X-Force #24

I’ll just get this out of the way up front. Since its debut over a year ago, Uncanny X-Force has on the whole been a consistently excellent book. From the chilling climax of its opening arc to the conclusion of [...]

April 22, 2012 Reviews
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Preview: Age of Apocalypse #1

Last year during their X-men Panel at N.Y.C.C., Marvel announced a new title that many fans had longed for since the original 1995 crossover: The Age of Apocalypse. The Age of Apocalypse ongoing is spinning out of the recent X-Force [...]

February 7, 2012 Reviews
Stuart Moore will adapt Civil War to prose format for Marvel

Marvel Makes the Move to Prose With Civil War

Marvel is making the move into classic literature. OK, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but beginning in June, fans will start seeing some of Marvel’s biggest stories on other shelves in their local bookstores. That’s right; Marvel’s going [...]

December 20, 2011 Reviews
The Dark Angel Saga comes to an end in December. From Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña

Dark Angel Saga Concludes in December

Marvel‘s Uncanny X-Force has been a critically acclaimed title, and deservedly so. Rick Remender has taken a rag-tag team of violent mutants, including Deadpool, Fantomex and even Deathlok, and placed them in many unexpected situations. The past few months have shown [...]

November 13, 2011 Reviews
By Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. Art by David Lopez

Blink Returns In The Pages Of New Mutants

Ever since the Age Of Apocalypse storyline back in 1996, Blink has been one of the most recognizable fan-favorite mutant running around the Marvel Universe, so much so that demands from fans prompted Marvel to give the purple-skinned bad-ass her [...]

October 25, 2011 Reviews
Magneto shows his true colors in Novembers "Magneto: Not A Hero"

Young, Mann Bring Magneto Back To His Villainous Roots

The X-Men’s oldest villain turned teammate is looking to make yet another turnaround in November’s Magneto: Not A Hero mini-series. The book is written by Marvel artist Skottie Young (Wonderful Wizard of Oz, New X-Men), who is switching gears a [...]

August 16, 2011 Reviews