Zack & Dave cover your questions, poll results, and recap the Marvel Comics of 1984 parts 1 and 2![Read more…] about Marvel Year Twenty-Three: 1984 Variant Cover A
In between the end of Marvel’s 2019 Uncanny X-Men #22 and the start of the Jonathan Hickman led era with House of X #1, there’s an in-universe time jump forward of 6 months. Over the course of House of X and the Dawn of X we’ve seen a smattering of flashbacks filling in details from this time period, but many questions remain, the biggest of course being: Just what exactly happened during these 6 months that we haven’t seen yet?
Today I’ll Answer:
- What’s the Age of X-Man mystery that still matters for Hickman’s X-Men?
- How did Professor X get from Astonishing X-Men to House of X?
- What’s the Legacy and relevance of the Matthew Rosenberg written Uncanny X-Men?
[Read more…] about Marvel Year Twenty-Three: 1984 Pt. 2 – SECRET WARS
Marvel comics of 1984. EVERYTHING IS SECRET WARS!!!
Today I consider options for proper disposal / storage of old comics I don’t really want to keep around anymore! Where do good comics go when their sun is setting? Let’s find out! [Read more…] about Previously On #107: What Do You Do With Your Old Comics?
The Zeb Wells written run on New Mutants (the 2009 to 2011 volume) is definitely an underrated gem of the era, bringing the Xavier School students of the 1980’s Chris Claremont X-Men into the 2010’s as fully formed young adults, graduating to X-Men status.
Through connections to X-Men history and lore, Wells and company weave in developments for Legion, Inferno, and the realm of Limbo, all concepts and characters that have plenty of resonance in the X-Men comics of 2020.
Today I’ll Answer:
- What makes Wells run on New Mutants special
- How do the comics tie into the Dawn of X, especially the Wells written Hellions
- How the conclusion of the run ties into a wild theory I have about the threat of a demonic cosmic Hell facing mutantkind!