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The latest installment of the X-Men film franchise hit theatres this past weekend. To help celebrate the event, Big B Comics had a table set up at the Cineplex Odeon Galaxy in Barrie.
My cosplay teammate Stephanie and I showed up at the theatre to help out Big B, dressed as X-Men. This was going to be a challenge for me. Stephanie has many costumes in her repertoire – Rogue being one of them – but I don’t have much stuff when it comes to X-Men.
With Schism winding down, ironically with the end of mutantkind’s unity in tow, Marvel has been slowly revealing the members of the 21st century versions of the X-Men blue and gold teams.
After being stuck in limbo X-Men Legacy readers get a giant-sized mystery and a new team on a mission to find Legion’s missing personas. The title is one of few Marvel series to have avoided renumbering and is known as the title staying honest to each characters history.
In the character-driven issue every beat of the plot flows fluidly from panel to panel in what might become the last surviving X-book.
Writer: Mike Carey Pencils and Inking: Paul Davidson Colours: Brian Reber Letters: Cory Petit Cover: Leinil Yu Publisher: Marvel Comics Coming off a lackluster story arc, Mike Carey returns Rogue…
Every week CBD’s Editor in Chief Pete DeCourcy asks the question and the crew (and special guests) give their answers, we’ll be doing this for 52 weeks. Tip of the…