2012-05-03

Uncanny X-force #25 preview

ComicBookResources has the preview of X-Force #25 as the toll of their dark and dirty deeds begins to fall out.

*SPOILERS AHEAD*

Mutatis mutandis. )

Superhero with a thousand faces



DC's newest version of their old DIAL 'H' FOR HERO property debuted this week, written by fantasy novelist/former Socialist Alliance candidate for the UK House of Commons/university professor China Mieville.

Here are four pages from issue 1.

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icon_uk: (Couldn't care less)

I'm disappointed I've actually broken this icon out in earnest

I only capped it as a bit of fun, but the Teen Titans Annual has brought it out

Now one of the things I've sort of admired about the DCnU is the whole lot of marketing they've indulged in, and yet they seem to be a little leery about cross-media promotions. Until now, or so I thought....

SPOILER ALERT... SPOILER ALERT... SPOILER ALERT... SPOILER ALERT... SPOILER ALERT... SPOILER ALERT...

First an offence to the eyes )

And now an offence to well... everything. Seriously, you know how rarely I use a rage warning. Assume I've just declared one )
salinea: Balder is unhappy (*D:*)

Vision vs Magneto

So apparently I missed this, which I've hastened to rectify because I shall not miss out of anything of the great Magnus family EPIC TRAGEDY.

Context: Ironman has just rebuilt/awakened Vision and brings him up to date with what happened in Disassembled, and him and She-Hulk make sure to namedrop Magneto in a blaming way because Bendis doesn't write in a contrived way at all and apparently nobody believes Doom.

So Vision decides to pay his former father-in-law a visit.

7 pages from Avengers #24.1 )