Amadeus Cho’s Hulk and some mutants from the Weapon X program team up to find out what that organization is up to now.
Ultron, Hank Pym, and the Vision collide over a twisted family tree in this original graphic novel from Marvel.
Jimmy and Tom have some more to say about some episodes featuring such notable Batman villains as Calendar Girl, Farmer Brown, and a cat cult.
The DC hero who was a Marvel knock-off with all the powers of a small bird.
There was a time when Marvel’s X-Force was one of its hottest properties. As drawn by Rob Liefeld, the book chronicled a group of hard-hitting mutants who believed in preemptive … Read More
Much like they did with superhero movies in 2000, X-Men: The Animated Series showed that you could tell relevant and interesting stories without it being a camp fest. (Ok, in fairness, Batman: … Read More
Old Man Logan was a popular storyline that ran through the regular Wolverine title (and one Giant Size) for eight issues back in 2008/2009. Written by Mark Millar with art by Steve … Read More
Usually when I do these entries, I have at least a cursory knowledge of the character. I’ve read a few of his or her adventures, either back in my regular … Read More