Tag: Cory Petit

Gambit #1

Gambit titles have also been an oddity. Popular enough that Marvel has included him in a number of ensemble X-Men titles, but never popular enough to hold his own title, past solo outings for the “Ragin’ Cajun” have been a mixed bag of results.

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X-Men Legacy #259

Continuing the Regenesis saga in the aftermath of Schism, the latest issue of Mike Carey’s X-Men title was released alongside the flagship title last week. Again following the movements of Rogue, Gambit and Magneto, we now follow them after their escapades in space as they travel eastward to Westchester.

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Uncanny X-Force #17

I’m back this week after cutting my CBD work week in half due to extra-curricular activities to bring you the latest part of Rick Remender’s Dark Angel Saga. Wolverine and his team have jumped from their own dimension to the AoA realm and come back only to find their friend has been overtaken and is the new Apocalypse.

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Uncanny X-Force #15

Last week the Dark Angel Saga continued with issue 15 of Remender’s rendition of the X-Force, bringing the team’s dream of saving Worthington closer to its conclusion. What they found once they returned was instead their worst nightmare staring them coldly in the eyes. This week we’re taking a look at the latest issue of Uncanny X-Force.

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X-Men Legacy #253

This week we’re looking at X-Men Legacy #253, the concluding issue to an arc which has seen Legion and a band of X-Men including Rogue, Gambit and Magneto travel around the world to secure Legion’s lost mutant “prisoners.”

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Uncanny X-Force #12

After travelling into the AoA dimension along with Dark Beast to recover the Life Seed, the team is left stranded when Dark Beast leaves once the dimension’s mutants destroy the Seed. It being the only thing that can save Warren, X-Force is left scrambling for both a way home and solution to save their friend. The remaining mutants in the world take X-Force to Atlantis where they meet the leaders of Mutantkind: an aged Magneto and Jean Grey.

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Review: Moon Knight #1

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artists: Alex Maleev Colours: Matthew Wilson Letters: Cory Petit Covers: Bryan Hitch, Paul Mounts, and Paul Neary; Humberto Ramos and Edgar Delgado; Mark Texeira Published: Marvel Comics  ...

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Review: Astonishing X-Men #36

Writer: Daniel Way Penciler: Jason Pearson Inker: Karl Story Colourist: Sonia Oback Letterer: Cory Petit Cover: Jason Pearson; Michael Kaluta and Dave Stewart (variant) Publisher: Marvel Comics   Iiiiiiiiiit’s...

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Review: Uncanny X-Force #5

Writer: Rick Remender Pencils: Esad Ribic Inks: John Lucas Colours: Matt Wilson Letters: Cory Petit Cover: Esad Ribic Publisher: Marvel Comics Five issues into the latest incarnation of X-Force, Remender’s run has taken a...

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Review: X-Men Legacy #242

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 and company to the San Francisco...

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Review: X-Men Legacy #241

Writer: Mike Carey Pencils: Clay Mann and Tom Raney Inks: Jay Leisten, Tom Raney and Sandu Florea Coloured: Brian Reber Letters:  Cory Petit Cover: Leinil Francis Yu Publisher: Marvel Comics Come one, come all! Okay, so in an...

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