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That guy with a Batman tattoo who writes about comics/movies on the internet.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: Kate Pryde’s central role in the...

The Red Queen is missing but “Kitty” is helping Franklin Richards through some family drama.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: Wolverine shows her two sides in...

Laura Kinney, a.k.a. Wolverine, is here to slice her way through some enemies - all of the X-Books just need to treat her the same way.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: Excalibur is more than worthy —...

Issue #6 solidifies Tini Howard's and Marcus To's Excalibur as my favorite of the debut Dawn of X series.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: The X-Women are taking over, and...

Thanks to influential leadership roles and complicated personal arcs in the Dawn of X, it’s a great time to be a fan of the X-Women.

Interview: Steve Horton and Mike Allred discuss their new biographical work,...

Insight's new graphic novel follows David Bowie from his early days to the end of his infamous Ziggy Stardust era.

Review: BOWIE beautifully chronicles the rise of intergalactic icon, Ziggy Stardust

Insight Comics' psychedelic graphic novel is the perfect substance for any Bowie fan.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: Jean Grey ponders the value of...

Jean Grey and Charles Xavier have a complicated, long relationship with death.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: Hordeculture proves that even the Golden...

The X-Men shouldn’t mess with the elderly eco-terrorists in Hordeculture, they do water aerobics and yoga at the YMCA.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: Sunspot relishes his position at the...

Sunspot, one of the New Mutants’ most notorious leaders, basks in his narcissism as he reunites with his best friend.

HiX-Men Moment of the Week: The Hellfire Club’s Queens are the...

Emma Frost and Captain Kate Pryde prove the Hellfire Club's Queens are the ones running the show

REVIEW: DISSIDENT X stumbles in its exploration of fascism, technological encroachment

Fascism and militarized security states are the norm in 2032 and only Dissident X can stop it in the Pander brothers' dystopian story.