Review: Remender and McNiven’s Uncanny Avengers 14

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TweetBy Jeffrey O. Gustafson I guess I’ll start off by admitting I haven’t really been reading writer Rick Remender’s Uncanny Avengers. I read the first arc largely because of John Cassaday’s presence on art, but Remender’s story – involving the Red Skull stealing the recently deceased Charles Xavier’s brain – left me a little cold. […]

Uncanny Avengers Introduces ‘The M-Word’

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TweetEven allowing for the fact that we’re not supposed to like any of the characters in Uncanny Avengers (only this week, Wolverine calls Japanese mutant Sunfire “a walking atomic bomb” and nobody bats an eyelid – not even Sunfire, whose mother died in Hiroshima!), the book is going to startling lengths with some of the […]

Sunfire, Wasp, and Wonder Man join the Uncanny Avengers

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Tweet Marvel is holding one of the press conferences to cover UNCANNY AVENGERS this afternoon, and although neither The Beat nor Sterling Steve Morris could be on the call, we have posted the image that accompanied it. Sunfire, the original new X-Man from Japan, the Wasp, and Wonder Man have joined the team. According to […]

ADVANCE REVIEW: Uncanny Avengers #1

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TweetMild spoilers below for the issue, which will be released tomorrow. Uncanny Avengers carries the weight of the Marvel Universe upon it. Not just the future for the Avengers side of the company, but now also the future for the X-Men side. Teaming X-Men Rogue and Havok with Wolverine, Thor, Captain America and Scarlet Witch, […]

The Consequences of AvX

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TweetAs a prelude to Kieron Gillen’s actual recounting of the consequences from Marvel’s Avengers Vs X-Men event, let’s take a quick look at some of the dangling stories/ideas/moments which may or may not be addressed in the near future. This was a big event by any stands, with five writers and three artists involved, as […]