Have you ever wanted to see the X-Men combine into their own Power Rangers-style Mechazord? Me, neither, but someone at Marvel thought it was a good idea. At least the issue is salvaged by solid art and an intriguing new villain.
Superman has become the talk of the MCU. With Henry Cavill’s DC and Warner Brothers future in serious doubt, he is rumored to play everyone from Captain Britain to Hercules and even Wolverine, but he would be perfect for one particular role in the X-Men (and, no, it’s not Logan).
Peach Momoko’s “Demon Days” Weaves Ancient Japanese Culture with Modern Marvel Storytelling, by Angela Rairden
Talented Japanese artist Peach Momoko has been having one hell of a moment in the world of comic books. Named a member of the 2020 inaugural class of Marvel’s Stormbreakers, a group of elite artists from around the world who are expected to push artistic boundaries, Peach’s artwork has graced the covers of numerous comics within the past year. With soft lines and watercolor inks, Peach’s art is both expressive and beautiful. Her cover art, comprised largely of female characters, evokes a certain dreamy emotion and has a very distinct style. Whether it’s...