There comes a point in every young mutant’s life after showing up at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning when they realize that becoming a member of the X-Men means there’s a good chance that, sooner or later, they’ll end up dead. And then they get better! (For some characters, this happens a lot.)
We’ve suddenly gone from not all that many X-Men books being out there to all the X-Men books being out there, with the advent of the still-awfully-punned “ResurrXion”—but here’s one more to add to the sudden pile of mutant mania.
In the X-Men comics as of late, Wolverine has relocated his own team of mutant students to train on the East Coast. That isn't to say that no X-Adults followed their fearless, cantankerous leader.
Perhaps admitting that their regular comics aren't the easiest to get into for newcomers, Marvel Comics have created a new line of new-reader-friendly series, spearheaded by Warren Ellis and a new Astonishing X-Men.
Ahead of next week's public screening of their new Astonishing X-Men motion comic, Marvel have released the oddest trailer for the Joss Whedon-written project yet. Click through for details.
Whether you're looking for superpowered pets, non-moving motion comics, classic tales retold or spelunking adventure the way you want it, there's only one place to look this week: Your local comic book store. Why, yes: These are comics we crave.
Marvel's Joe Quesada said the project would be "not quite comics... not quite animation." The first Motion Comic to be offered, "Astonishing X-Men #1-10" will be directed by John Cassaday. I don't know... when reading comics, did you ever actually feel the need to watch Jean Grey blink? [Buzznewsroom]
Here's a cool-looking spaceship from Giant-Size Astonishing X-Men 1 the final Joss Whedon-John Cassaday X-Men comic which comes out May 21. New images from the issue have turned up at Comic Book Resources, and they hint at some potential bad news from one of the franchise's coolest characters. Click through for more…
That Buffy episode where Warren makes a robot girlfriend, who then goes berzerk? "I Was Made To Love You?" Turns out it's Joss Whedon's way of critiquing Weird Science, a movie he loathes. That's just one of the insights that Joss dropped in a discussion with group of L.A. geeks for the GeeksOn podcast. He also…
Must-read graphic novels are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: Astonishing X-Men
Vitals: Joss Whedon writes the X-men, who suddenly decide to be superheroes again…