There have been many possible futures and alternate realities for the X-Men, but Old Man Logan raised the apocalyptic future bar extremely high.
We all know the origin of Superman, right? As Krypton is about to explode Jor-El sends his only son in a rocket bound for Earth, it crashes in a corn field in Kansas. What happens if the rocket carrying the Man of Steel to our planet crashed in Russia?
This Kick-Ass sequel does anything but.
Presenting the Kick-Ass action figures we’ve all been waiting for.
Mark Millar’s Old Man Logan storyline gets immortalized in Hasbro’s Marvel Universe collection.
This week we’ll be looking at Daredevil, Mark Millar’s new series The Secret Service, Wonder Woman, and Avengers vs. X-Men Round 4. One of them is awesome, two are pretty good and one is Avengers vs. X-Men. Keep reading!
In a world where superhero comics are often regarded as lowbrow and childish entertainment, it’s nice to see a few writers taking the genre and flipping it on its head. Dating all the way back to Alan Moore’s Watchmen and, more recently, in Mark Waid’s stellar series Irredeemable, creators have been delving into the minds…