“I don’t want to say that I felt pressured by Marvel or the community to take a stand. I respect them both and would listen to them as best I could, but in the end, this was for me.”
Though Marvel has remained coy about the specifics of its upcoming GENERATIONS project, new details have recently emerged. The “10-issue maxi-series” will feature standalone stories by different creative teams and current Marvel heroes meeting their legacy namesakes. The format seems not too dissimilar to the Dark Reign: The List collection of one-shots back in 2009 […]
Xavier Lancel dives into January’s and February’s Marvel sales!
Marvel! Disney! DC! Batman! Star Wars! Elves! Minecraft! Yeah…. it’s a great time to be a Lego fan! I was fortunate to tour Lego’s showroom during Toy Fair, and every turn, every display had something that was cool and exciting and had me plotzing! First, there’s this: The official text: Ms. Marvel is on a […]
by Xavier Lancel Welcome to a new analysis of the Marvel sales. Reminder: I’m french, that’s why I’m talking funny. Please address your complaints to my “Isabelle Huppert is a goddess” country. This a weird month to analyse. The most disturbing thing is that the usual pattern fall from issue #1 do not work: some […]
Ms Marvel #13 Writer: G. Willow Wilson Artist: Mirka Andolfo Colorist: Ian Herring Letterer: Joe Caramagna It’s hard to believe that Kamala Khan’s story is just three years old. Under the steady hand of writer G. Willow Wilson and a number of excellent artists, most notably Adrian Alphona, Kamala’s character has already made an indelible impact on the Marvel universe […]
Xavier Lancel examines Marvel’s September 2016 sales!
Have you been paying attention to the upcoming election? Crazy huh? Can we possibly survive the next four days without blowing our brains out? It’s going to be a close call. IN the meantime, Ms. Marvel suggests you vote. She doesn’t say which way to vote, but probably she’d support the candidate that doesn’t want […]
Atlanta’s premier convention announced its first slate of awards winners
Labor day is one of the more bittersweet holidays. On the one hand, it represents an extra long weekend of fun in the sun, family barbecues, and poolside relaxation. On the other hand, it’s the end of summer. For our luckier readers, that means very little. For those of us in the Northeastern United States, […]