The Black Panther continues to try and get his country under control as Ta-Nehisi Coates’ run on the character continues.
Kitty Pryde brings together a team of X-Men and face a new form of old enemies.
Some mutants don’t look too good when their powers kick in. Chamber lost half his face.
watson [5:41 PM] Ok. Here is the game. Four films from the genre that you’d put on the Mount Rushmore of superhero movies. The
The Inhumans and the X-Men go to war for the futures of their respective races.
The X-Men get a warning from the future to stop an assassination attempt in this all-time classic X-story.
We’ll probably have plenty to say about this movie on the podcast this week, but in the meantime, how about a quick, SPOILER-FREE review?
I’m a fan of the X-Men films, but the first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse had me concerned. The commercial that aired during the Super
One of the purposes of the X-Men over the years has been to show they’re a diverse group. Mutants can come from anywhere, and
Last week, I covered a character that was mostly used by one creator during a comic run for a team book. That was DC’s