Jun. 15th, 2011

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It's a farewell issue from Judd Winick on Power Girl as he wraps up his run. On the whole, I've really enjoyed it and Basri's art has been a revelation. 'Tis a pity that the immediate future for Power Girl, post reboot is bleak.
Until next time )

Shades of the end of Ms. Marvel there. Or even the beginning
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Sean McKeever's Youth in Revolt miniseries, a Fear Itself tie-in, is like a who's-who of all the young superheroes Marvel's introduced over the last few years, particularly ones from the Initiative. Steve Rogers has approached Prodigy, the guy from the Slingers, and asked him to coordinate all of the young and unaffiliated heroes in a national disaster response.

four pages, for the Cloud 9 fans out there )
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X-MEN ORIGINS: CYCLOPS plays a little fast and loose with X-history. There's no mention of Mr. Sinister or Jack of Diamonds. The big change is X-MEN #1, where Scott is 21 during Magneto's attack on Cape Citadel. Also, Magneto wants to talk to Cyclops alone for a few minutes.

Or just... 'evil mutant'? )


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