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'I think the “Uncanny” books (whether you’re talking X, or Avengers, or wherever else it might be used) contain a certain type of anything-goes storytelling. Uncanny, in my mind, really means “not the same old thing,” and that’s this book all over. It’s big, it’s brash, and it takes no prisoners.' - Charles Soule

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'Old Man Logan' is considered to be a magnum opus of sorts for Wolverine to the point that Hugh Jackman has said he'd like to adapt it someday. It takes place in a dystopian future in which the villains have won and Wolverine has refused to pop his claws.

Warning: This is pretty gory.

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"Black Bolt is always depicted as part of a larger ensemble – the Inhuman royal family, the Illuminati. It’s extremely rare to see him flying off and doing his own thing from start to finish. In Uncanny Inhumans, we get to see him really mixing it up – we see how he fights, which does not always end with him uttering some perfectly apropos word and blasting his opponents into oblivion."

- Charles Soule

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Marvel is giving the Inhumans another title, "Uncanny Inhumans," from Soule and McNiven.

IGN: The use of the "uncanny" adjective is quite interesting, as it was originally used with the X-Men. In a way, it feels like Marvel has been pushing the Inhumans to be the new X-Men of the Marvel U, and this title certainly reinforces that idea. How did you land on the title of Uncanny Inhumans?

Uncanny has been used in the Marvel Universe to refer to a number of different books - I mean, there's Uncanny Avengers, and others. I wouldn't read too much more into it than that - uncanny just means strange, really, or unexpected. I think the Inhumans are certainly that.

Of course, the reason why they were called the Uncanny Avengers is because the team was originally supposed to be a combo of the Avengers and the X-Men (though that theme seems to have been dropped with the relaunch, with Rogue being the only X-Man still on the team unless you want to be generous and count Sabretooth too).

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The Sentry is an extremely powerful superhero who was created in 2000, but paradoxically has always been a part of the Marvel Universe, it's a massive retcon that involves wiped memories, but in his original miniseries and one shot tie it's revealed that a picture of him earned Peter Parker a pulitzer, he helped the Hulk control his rages and and got the public to love Hulk, and he was Reed Richard's best friend outside of the Fantastic Four.

There were some neat ideas in it, exploring what the Marvel Universe would be like in different eras with a Superman type character, and if it was a What If or it had been limited to that one Marvel Knight's event, I would 't give it a second thought.

But in 2005 Brian Micheal Bendis reintroduced the character in 4 issue arc of The New Avengers, and while I think the arc was pretty well written and had some sweet touching moments I think the Sentry's canon existance is a bad idea in general.

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Some people have wondered who the new 'Spider-Girl' in Spiderverse is. She's Ashley Barton, also known as Spider-Bitch. She's the granddaughter of Spider-Man and daughter of Hawkeye from the alternate future in Mark Millar's 'Old Man Logan' arc.

Warning: There's one scene here that's pretty gory.

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We've talked a lot about CIVIL WAR and the JMS Spider-Man run elsewhere on this board, so I thought I would post a few pages about the big unmasking.

My name is Peter Parker )
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In the most recent requests post, shadowspykie asked for some kick ass Emma Frost scans. One thing popped into my head.

It's from New Avengers #9. The Void is attacking America. Reed Richards has the machine that they used to banish The Void before and is aided by Emma Frost to help get Robert Reynolds under control.

Reed, Emma and the Sentry convince Robert of the threat that the Void poses and that Robert can help to stop it.

Emma asks that Robert relaxes and allows her into his mind and this is what it looks like )


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