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Review: Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor

Wolverine is back? His body is missing and a team of X-Men including Storm, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Jubilee, Psylocke, and Domino are off to Madripoor to confront Magneto who they think stole the body!

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor collects Hunt for Wolverine #1 and Mystery in Madripoor #1-4 by Charles Soule, Jim Zub, David Marquez, Paulo Siqueira, Thony Silas, Leonard Kirk, Walden Wong, Rachelle Rosenberg, Ruth Redmond, Felipe Sobreiro, and Andrew Crossley.

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Preview: Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #4

Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #4

(W) Jim Zub (A) Thony Silas (CA) Giuseppe Camuncoli
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Aug 22, 2018
SRP: $3.99

ONE OF THE X-MEN IS CHANGED FOREVER!
Past and present clash in final battle on an island of secrets and sin! What darkness lies within Sapphire Styx?
Can a ghost from the past save Psylocke from oblivion?

Review: X-Men: Blue Vol. 3 Cross Time Capers

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. This week we’ve got the time displace X-Men!

X-Men: Blue Vol. 3 Cross Time Capers features issues #16-20 by Cullen Bunn, Thony Silas, Rain Beredo, Arthur Adams, Ian Herring, R.B. Silva, Adriano Di Benedetto, Peter Steigerwald, Federico Blee, Joe Caramagna, Christina Harrington, Chris Robinson, Mark Paniccia, and Darren Shan.

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Preview: X-Men: Gold #24

X-Men: Gold #24

Story: Marc Guggenheim Art: Thony Silas
Color: Arif Prianto, Marcio Menyz
Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit
Cover: David Nakayama
Graphic Designers: Jay Bowen, Anthony Gambino
Editors: Mark Paniccia, Darren Shan
Assistant Editors: Christina Harrington, Chris Robinson
Rated T+
In Shops: Mar 21, 2018
SRP: $3.99

CRUEL AND UNUSUAL Part 2
• The NEW X-MEN GOLD are doing their best to protect people from the likes of The Shredded Man and other baddies…
• …but pretty soon a threat bigger than they can imagine will be on their doorstep.
• Something has survived the Negative Zone, and it wants revenge.

The Hunt for Wolverine Features Four Series from Four Creative Teams

Logan’s return was just the beginning – the opening chapter of a story that will touch all corners and all characters of the Marvel Universe! Dive into all the excitement in the Hunt for Wolverine one-shot this April, and then be sure to follow all of the action with Weapon Lost, Adamantium Agenda, Claws of a Killer, and Mystery in Madripoor.

Featuring thrills and chills for all X-Men fans as Wolverine’s past comes back to haunt all our merry mutants, each unique story harkens back to their old school adventures – with each featuring a different shocking X-Men moment that no fan will want to miss!

Things kick off April 25th with Hunt for Wolverine #1 written by Charles Soule, art by David Marquez, and cover by Steve McNiven.

The Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost debuts on May 2nd. That four issues series is by writer Charles Soule, artist Matteo Buffagni, and covers by Greg Land.

Writer Tom Taylor and artist R.B. Silva team up for Hunt for Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda. The four issues series features covers by Greg Land and debuts May 9th.

The four issue series Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer is by writer Mariko Tamaki, artist Butch Guice, and features by Greg Land. It comes to shelves May 16th.

And last, but not least, writer Jim Zub, artist Thony Silas take us to Madripoor with the four issue series Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor. It features covers by Greg Land. It comes to shelves May 23rd.

Preview: X-Men: Gold #23

X-Men: Gold #23

(W) Marc Guggenheim (A) Thony Silas (CA) David Nakayama
Rated T+
In Shops: Mar 07, 2018
SRP: $3.99

CRUEL AND UNUSUAL Part 1
• Kitty and her X-Men Gold team are in jail.
• While they’re away, who will protect the people of New York City?
• Read on, True Believer, to meet the new X-Men Gold!

Review: X-Men: Blue #16

What do you get you get when you mix five time-displaced teens, a time machine and one fractured timeline?  You get Jean Grey, Scott Summers, Bobby Drake, Hank McCoy, and Warren Worthington III – impromptu time cops!

Now that the crossover with the X-Men: Gold team is done and the battle with Mojo is over, we can return to the Blue team and focus on the issues that matter… time travel craziness and what Magneto is up to!

Writer Cullen Bunn gets right to it as timequake like events are occurring causing individuals to blink out of existence and it has something to do with the displaced X-Men (but the alternate dimension Wolverine and Bloodstorm are ok… and Old Man Logan… and…). This issue is a setup getting us going on the next adventure and it pulls that off really well.

The issue’s pacing and interactions of the characters are key and the issue nails all of that and does it quite well. Scott has a moment with Bloodstorm. Jean has a moment with Hank. Polaris has a cool moment with Angel and James. All of them are good and add to the overall story in some way. They’re generally slice of life type interactions and all of them play into the drama, that when mixed with action, make the X-Men comics great.

There’s definitely some things to question and aren’t explained like the revelation of who Magneto was talking to and how Mojo has set up a television network without anyone pushing back (not even the FCC!?) but they don’t completely derail the comic and will most likely be answered down the road.

The art by Thony Silas is solid. I haven’t thought this series has had the best art up to this point but there’s something here that works and works really well. There’s a good mix of dynamic sequences and poses along with more subdued moments and each are rendered in a solid way. The characters look good, the designs click, it all just looks good.

The series has had a lot of sidequests and distractions but this issue feels like it’s finally finding its way and allowing it to do its own thing. I know there’s another crossover coming down the road with Venom which seems to be the biggest issue of the series but when it’s allowed to focus on what makes it unique, it stands out from the pack. And, that last page. As a fan of a certain group that’s revealed, I can’t wait to see where it all goes from here.

Story: Cullen Bunn Art: Thony Silas Cover: Arthur Adams
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy

Preview: Blue Beetle #15

Blue Beetle #15

(W) Christopher Sebela (A) Scott Kolins (CA) Thony Silas
In Shops: Nov 22, 2017
SRP: $3.99

“Road Trip” part two! Blue Beetle finds himself away from home and up against the mysterious Short-Timers, time-traveling bandits who may have a more sinister purpose in mind than just robbery, one that could affect all of reality. As if Jaime doesn’t have his hands full enough, he’s got to try and do battle while keeping his super-hero identity secret from his new girlfriend, Naomi.

Preview: Blue Beetle #14

Blue Beetle #14

(W) Christopher Sebela (A) Scott Kolins (CA) Thony Silas
RATED T
In Shops: Oct 25, 2017
SRP: $3.99

NEW CREATIVE TEAM! Following recent events in El Paso, Jaime and his friends decide to take a spontaneous road trip through the desert. But the scarab still exerts its influence, and inevitably, it will to lead Jaime into danger, this time in the form of a U.F.O. Will Jaime be forced to reveal his identity as Blue Beetle to his new girlfriend?

Preview: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Year One Deluxe HC

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Year One Deluxe HC

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writers: Kyle Higgins, Steve Orlando, Mairghread Scott
Artists: Hendry Prasetya, Thony Silas, Jonathan Lam, Daniel Bayliss, Corin Howell
Cover Artist: Goñi Montes

Based on the worldwide phenomenon TV series from the 1990s, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Year One Deluxe Edition contains the first year (issues #0-12) of BOOM! Studios’ hit comic book series into a gorgeous, oversized, hardcover package, perfect for collectors.

This 500-page hardcover also contains a foreword by original Green Ranger Jason David Frank, a brand-new story by series writer Kyle Higgins and artist Daniel Bayliss, the complete “The Ongoing Adventures of Bulk & Skull” story, cover gallery, and never-before-seen character designs.

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