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Preview: Age of X-Man: Marvelous X-Men #2

Age of X-Man: Marvelous X-Men #2

(W) Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson (A) Marco Failla (CA) Phil Noto
Rated T+
In Shops: Mar 13, 2019
SRP: $3.99

THE AGE OF X-MAN CONTINUES!

With the coming of Apocalypse and the X-Tracts, the world is shaken by something it has never faced before – rebellion! Can the X-Men quell the insurrection in the name of order? Or will the insidious teachings of En Sabah Nur undermine their hard-fought peace?

Age of X-Man: Marvelous X-Men #2

Review: Age of X-Man: The Marvelous X-Men #1

AGE OF X-MAN: THE MARVELOUS X-MEN #1 COMIC REVIEW – Mango Sentinel!

ENTER THE AGE OF X-MAN! The perfect heroes for a perfect world! The X-Men have helped make the world into a utopia where living in fear and hatred is a thing of the past. All people are united under the banner of mutantkind, and all of mutantkind idolizes the X-Men. Jean Grey! Colossus! Storm! X-23! X-Man! Nature Girl! Magneto! And of course, the amazing Nightcrawler! When danger threatens the world, the Marvelous X-Men set things right for the good of all. And no one dares say otherwise.

Review: Age of X-Man: Marvelous X-Men #1

Enter the Age of X-Man with the Marvelous X-Men who still fight the good fight in a world where everyone is a mutant and evil mutants have been taken care of. Is this world crafted by X-Man as much of a utopia as it seems?

Marvelous X-Men #1 is by Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, Marco Failla, Matt Milla, and Joe Caramagna.

Get your copy in comic shops February 6! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/comiXology/Kindle
TFAW

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Preview: Age of X-Man: Marvelous X-Men #1

Age of X-Man: Marvelous X-Men #1

(W) Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson (A) Marco Failla (CA) Phil Noto
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 06, 2019
SRP: $3.99

ENTER THE AGE OF X-MAN!

The perfect heroes for a perfect world! The X-Men have helped make the world into a utopia where living in fear and hatred is a thing of the past. All people are united under the banner of mutantkind, and all of mutantkind idolizes the X-Men. Jean Grey! Colossus! Storm! X-23! X-Man! Nature Girl! Magneto! And of course, the amazing Nightcrawler! When danger threatens the world, the Marvelous X-Men set things right for the good of all. And no one dares say otherwise.

Age of X-Man: Marvelous X-Men #1

Review: Age of X-Man: Alpha

Age of X-Man: Alpha

The age of X-Man dawns… and the X-Men cannot stop it.

For months new, we’ve been teased about the “Age of X-Man” a shift in the status-quo for the X-comics. Its echoes of the “Age of Apocalypse” had expectations the story would be similar but in reality is it is and it isn’t.

Written by Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler, Age of X-Man: Alpha is our first real introduction to this new world which has the X-Men whisked away to a new world where everyone is a mutant. But, it’s not everyone, there are mutants still on the Marvel Prime universe and their stories are being told in Uncanny X-Men and X-Force.

We find out the “Age of X-Man” is one where some event has made everyone a mutant. The villains have been dealt with. It’s a world of peace. But is it really as good as it seems?

Through various short stories that flow from one to another, we get introductions to the various mini-series that will spin out of this event. And it’s a solid introduction to it all. There’s just enough touched upon and teased to get readers to see what comes next. It also feels just different enough to be intriguing as well. This isn’t the “positive” to the “Age of Apocalypse’s” negative, there’s something more going on here and it hints there’s an exploration of something a bit more sinister.

The art by Ramon Rosanas with color by Triona Farrell and lettering by Clayton Cowles is good. The style is interesting and leads to a feel of an almost dreamlike state of it all. The design of the characters are interesting and the flow of the story works well as the art transitions from one story to another.

The comic is one that’s a good introduction to the world and it’s our first look as to what’s going on. It’s a primer to get readers interested in what’s to come and what’s show is interesting. It’s a great way for those intrigued by this event to see what’s coming and for those who want to see what’s going on, this is a good way to do exactly that.

Story: Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler Art: Ramon Rosanas
Color: Triona Farrell Letterer: Clayton Cowles
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy

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Review: Age of X-Man: Alpha

Enter the Age of X-Man! It’s a world of harmony where everyone is a mutant but is it as good as it seems? And what lead to its existance?

Age of X-Man: Alpha is your primer for the upcoming event miniseries from Marvel in a world of peace.

Age of X-Man: Alpha is by Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, Ramon Rosanas, Triona Farrel, and Clayton Cowles.

Get your copy in comic shops January 30! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/comiXology/Kindle
TFAW

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Zac Thompson and Arjuna Susini Deliver The Replacer from AfterShock in April

The 1990’s. Tragedy strikes the Beharrell family in the form of a debilitating stroke. Now the youngest child in the family is convinced his paralyzed father didn’t truly fall ill but is possessed by something sinister. He believes a demon, The Replacer, has come to take away his jolly, agreeable, tech-obsessed Dad. But no one seems to see the monster — and with every passing day, his father falls deeper into the clutches of evil.

Based on Zac Thompson’s true story of coming to terms with a disabled parent, The Replacer is a complete 64-page graphic meditation on loss, tragedy and fear told through the eyes of a nine-year-old — a horror tale about learning to walk again, even if a demon has to teach you how to do it. A bizarre mashup of IT, The Exorcist and The Diving Bell and The Butterfly, with stunning visuals by Arjuna Susini, The Replacer is not for the faint of heart.

The Replacer features colors by Dee Cunniffe and a cover by Susini. It’s out April 24 from AfterShock.

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