... Todd Nauck Art ...

domingo, 13 de agosto de 2017

... Rachel cameo in Uncanny Avengers #23 ...

sábado, 22 de julio de 2017
Synapse tries to help a badly wounded teammate by entering their mind.


... X-Men Gold #1 Cover & Variant Covers ...

martes, 27 de junio de 2017


Regular Cover by 
Ardian Syaf & Jay Leisten

Second Printing Cover by 
Ardian Syaf & Jay Leisten

Corner Box Variant Cover by 
Leonard Kirk & Michael Garland

JSC Exclusive Variant A  
(New Costumes)
by J. Scott Campbell

JSC Exclusive Variant B 
(80s Retro) 
by J. Scott Campbell

JSC Exclusive Variant C 
(Gold Virgin) 
by J. Scott Campbell

Variant Cover by
Bob McLeod

Variant Cover by by 
Ian McGinty 

Party Variant by 
Ron Lim and Israel Silva

Variant Cover by
Bill Martin & Edgar Delgado
Variant Cover 
by Skottie Young
Remastered Variant by 
Jim Lee and Morry Hollowell

... X-Men: Gold #6 Review ...

jueves, 22 de junio de 2017
X-Men: Gold #6 Review by Jason Segarra.

The Sentinel-based A.I.-enabled nanotech storm is laying waste to New York City, and it’s up to the heroes of the Marvel Universe to put a stop to it. Can the combined efforts of the X-Men, the Champions, The Defenders and the Avengers repel this swarming menace? Why is it that the X-Men are the only team with psychics?


In this, the final issue of X-Men: Gold’s second arc, it’s clear that Marc Guggenheim’s agenda is to make brief, tight storylines that aren’t hampered by the necessity to advance a larger meta narrative (barring, possibly, the machinations of Lydia Nance). That’s not the worst plan, but the execution leaves a little to be desired. With such tight pacing, some ideas (read: most ideas) don’t have adequate time to develop, meaning broad character moments are either so poorly built that they feel unearned or are swiftly moved passed and ignored. In all, it leaves each story arc feeling like one of those “Monster of the Week” shows, where most story beats don’t survive past their initial appearance and are barely (if ever) mentioned again.



... Preview: X-Men Gold #6 ...

viernes, 16 de junio de 2017
EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: X-Men Gold #6 Mutates the Ultimate Sentinel by CBR.

Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at X-Men Gold #6, on sale next Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Brought to you by scribe Marc Guggenheim and artist RB Silva, the latest installment in Marvel’s Resurrxion saga sees the ultimate mutant-killing Sentinel undergo an even deadlier mutation. As the X-Men combat the most dangerous Sentinel yet, one member of the team makes a bold choice — but will it cost them their life?

Take a look at CBR’s exclusive X-Men Gold #6 preview below.


... Preview: X-Men Gold #5 ...

sábado, 3 de junio de 2017
EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: X-Men Gold #5 Brings In Even Deadlier Sentinels by CBR.

Readers new and old might be having a hell of a time with Marvel Comics’ Ressurxion — but the X-Men are having a more…difficult experience.

In X-Men Gold, Kitty Pryde’s team of Mighty Mutants is faced with a new generation of mutant-hunting Sentinels that’s even deadlier than it’s predecessors: Model 0101. The team will be posed with an important question: Are they the hunters…or the hunted?

RELATED: X-Men Gold Is Like ’80s Claremont Bingo (And That’s Just Fine, Bub)

Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at X-Men Gold #5 by scribe Marc Guggenheim (TV’s Arrow) and artist RB Silva, in stores June 7. Take a look at our first look below.


... Preview: X-Men: Gold #4 ...

sábado, 13 de mayo de 2017
X-Men: Gold #4

Story by: Marc Guggenheim
Art by: Adriano Di Benedetto and R.B. Silva
Colors by: Frank Martin
Letters by: VC's Cory Petit
Cover by: Ardian Syaf and David Marquez

Mutantkind’s dearest delinquent is back! GAMBIT is up to his old tricks – namely, getting in over his head…but will the X-Men be able to pull their prodigal prowler out of the fire when things finally get too hot for the ragin’ Cajun?