Tag Rogue

When It Rains

That’s a nice-looking stack of X-Men Annual #14s but alas it is the rejects pile. Luckily I was able to section 9 candidates for a CGC 9.8. Most of these had silly little storage damage but that’s the way it…

Auction Spotlight #6

Avengers Annual #10, Marvel Comics, 1981, Graded 9.6 Raw by CBCS sold for $87. I saw this on eBay thought this deserved a write up. So CBCS has started this raw grading service and books graded through this service are…

You Want 2nds? Uncanny Avengers #2

Hi folks, welcome to ARCHIE G’s. I’m your waiter, Raoul. Here at ARCHIE G’s, we don’t think you can make a dependable Pull List decision based on the first serving of a comic. Publishers throw everything they’ve got at a…

I am Wolverine; X-Men Days of Future Past

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.

X-Men Legacy #250

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.

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 area where they finally…

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 effort to…