5.0

Review: Astonishing X-Men #50

There's been a lot of buzz about Astonishing X-Men #50 (it's not every day you see The View talking about the love lives of mutant superheroes) as Marvel steps forward on the issue of same sex...
5.0

Daken: Dark Wolverine #23

Daken: Dark Wolverine is one title I really hated to see end. However, if the series did have to come to a conclusion, this was exactly the way to do it. The creative team clearly didn't see the cancellation...
4.5

X-Men: Season One

X-Men: Season One is an updated retelling of the early days of the original X-Men team. It's told mainly from the point of view of a teenage Jean Grey, who is uncertain not only about being an X-Man,...
4.0

Age of Apocalypse #1

If someone had asked me not too long ago if I would be interested in reading a new comic set in the Age of Apocalypse universe, my answer would've been a resounding no. "AoA" was, as far as I...
3.5

Generation Hope #15

Generation Hope #15 opens with the reaction of Cyclops and the White Queen when Hope and her team bring Sebastian Shaw back to Utopia -- which goes about as well as could be expected. Cyclops is unsure of...
4.0

Wolverine and the X-Men #4

After a bit of a bumpy start, the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning is both up and running and in (relatively) one piece. Classes are in session, with the future of the mutant race studying everything...
5.0

Daken: Dark Wolverine #19

Daken: Dark Wolverine #19 wraps up the "Claws Killer" arc, and with it, Daken's relationship turned deadly rivalry with Marcus Roston. Still without a functioning healing factor due to an overdose of "Heat"...
3.5

X-Club #2 (of 5)

 All the "X-Club" wanted to do was help build an elevator into space in order to improve human/mutant relations. It seemed easy enough until the Atlanteans reported dangerous levels of toxic...
5.0

X-23 #20

Issues like this make it even harder for me to know that this comic's days are numbered. Marjorie Liu has done a great job of developing X-23 as a character and bringing her into her own, and this...
3.5

Uncanny X-Men #3

Uncanny X-Men #3 wraps up the first mission of Cyclops's Extinction Team -- get the head of the Dreaming Celestial back from Mr. Sinister before the other Celestials destroy the Earth. Sinister,...
4.0

Captain America & Bucky #625

While previous issues of Captain America and Bucky have been told from the point of view of the original "Bucky," James Buchanan Barnes, this issue is from the POV of the second person to wear...
3.5

Ghost Rider #7

Ghost Rider #7 sees the return of Johnny Blaze who, while no longer sporting a flaming skull for a head, may still be more connected to the Ghost Rider than he thinks. He is, however, still the target of...