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Comics Versus Movies: Fight For The Rights

One of the disappointing things about the current Marvel Cinematic Universe is that we will not see Wolverine go head to head with Hulk or Captain America. We will not see Reed Richards head the Illuminati and blast Bruce Banner [...]

October 12, 2014 Features
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Top Ten Tuesday: Best X-Men Writers

Keeping with the nostalgic trip down memory lane (both because I have been in a little bit of a not-so-secret love affair with Marvel due to their summer blockbuster movies thus far and my brother’s love for the non-DC folks [...]

July 22, 2014 Features
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Marvel Comics Sneaky Preview: Nightcrawler #1

Join the dashing swashbuckler Kurt Wagner as he BAMFs through the Marvel universe protecting mutantkind in Nightcrawler #1 this April. [...]

March 17, 2014 News
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Claremont Writing New Nightcrawler Title?

Chris Claremont might be writing a new Nightcrawler series for Marvel Comics. Unless this teaser is TOTALLY misleading! Comic Booked news! [...]

January 14, 2014 News
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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 16

Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would [...]

April 20, 2013 Reviews
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Required Reading: Marvel Graphic Novel #4 – The New Mutants

After the death of Phoenix (the first time) way back in Uncanny X-Men #137, Charles Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters was a tad vacant. The only true student still in attendance was Katherine “Kitty” Pryde, and so the concept of training [...]

December 4, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: The Artist Spotlight

This week’s Comic Revolt takes a look at game-changing artists in the medium of comic books. Let’s face it. Without the artists, we would have no comics. Since there is an incredible number of artists that have or continue to [...]

October 4, 2012 Reviews
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Review – Big Hero 6: Brave New Heroes

Reprinting the 2008 ​Big Hero 6​ mini-series from Chris Claremont and David Nakayama, about Marvel’s Japanese superhero team, did not do it any favors.  Too sloppy, too repetitive, and embarrassingly inconsistent in every sense of the word, it’s hard to [...]

September 12, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Confidential #10- Black Alpha And Tom Rasch

Some of you fans out there at ComicBooked.com might not know who Tom Rasch is, but starting with this article I hope you can become new fans.   He’s been in the comic and gaming business for years.  In those years [...]

June 20, 2012 Reviews
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Podcast Preview – Twenty Years of Image

Back in 1992, a group of comic artists and writers from Marvel became dissatisfied with the company’s practice of retaining the rights to the characters they wrote and created.  That was twenty years ago and, to put it in perspective, [...]

May 2, 2012 Features
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Review: X-Men Season One

One of the downfalls to having characters that have spanned nearly fifty years, accumulating a library of stories within that time, is that their early adventures seem dated. The references become obscured, the lingo old-fashioned; it gets to a point [...]

March 21, 2012 Reviews
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X-Treme X-Men 2012?

In case you don”t remember, X-Treme X-Men came about in 2001 and was written by the incredibly talented Chris Claremont. For some reason or another X-Treme X-Men kind of fell by the wayside and was eventually replaced by Whedon’s phenomenal [...]

March 15, 2012 Reviews
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Uncanny X-Men #1 Vol. 2

So here we are yet again. Another X-Men relaunch, another revamp of the book’s core concept of mutants at large with superpowers that has become increasingly ropy down through the years since Stan Lee and Jack Kirby originally dreamt up [...]

November 7, 2011 Reviews
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Mutantkind Must Fight For Its Life In Ultimate Comics X-Men

Marvel’s Ultimate line has been revamped so many times that it’s hard to keep track of what’s happening any more. Peter Parker’s death in Ultimate Spider-Man. Nick Fury is the director of S.H.I.E.L.D., then he’s lost on an alternate Earth, [...]

October 20, 2011 Reviews