Perhaps you missed out on the first issue of the Avengers: The Children’s Crusade mini-series by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung and you are contemplating waiting for the collected trade paperback. In the immortal words of Thor, I say thee nay! Do not wait for the trade, comics fans! Instead, read the above recap and make sure to reserve your copy of the second issue at your local comics shop, and while you are at it–look for the second printing variant! This is an amazing story and I would hate for you to miss out on it, dear reader!
Tag: Avengers: The Children’s Crusade
The Scarlet Witch is one of my favorite Marvel Super-Heroes and I am so excited about her return being written by the creator of the Young Avengers Allan Heinberg and drawn by Jim Cheung! I am in a highly excited state of anticipation for this story!
Wolfsbane returns to X-Factor! There’s gonna be drama! ‘Nuff said!
Wolverine must complete a task set forth in Nightcrawler’s will. I am curious at to what it might be. Ought to be interesting (RIP Kurt).
Uh oh. Are Emma and Namor gonna get together? It is a fascinating prospect and could shake up the X-Men leadership status quo.
Words cannot express how amped I am to read Milo Manara‘s adaptation of a Chris Claremont script featuring the women of the X.
I am loving the New Mutants title and am excited about what’s next on the horizon for Xavier’s gifted youngsters. Part nostalgia for sure, but also very fresh and current in relation to what’s going on in the X-titles. The X-Men are in it deep these days and the New Mutants are front and center. Good stuff.
The junior X-Men get their own Forever title! I am so excited about Selene being featured in this title! She’s my favorite Hellfire Club member and one of my favorite Marvel baddies! I look forward to her leadership of the New Mutants! This cover by Bill Sienkiewicz is amazing!
Another cover variant of New Mutants Forever #1 (by Al Rio).
What’s this? Spider-Man is not a mutant! So true, but I couldn’t pass up sharing this amazing cover from Amazing Spider-Man #641 with you, dear reader! What an inventive use of color and negative space!