This meeting is bound to be epic. Written by Punisher scribe and penciller Carl Potts, this book takes Frank on vacation, on what is supposed to be a relaxing trip through the jungle with a research party in search of the Mokele Mbembe.
Wolverine’s finally dead and gone. However this isn’t a national tragedy, it’s cause for celebration.
Take a look at this week’s Super Snippets! The wee bits of news that got over shadowed by Spider-Man’s long-rumoured return! This week: more X-Men Apocalypse casting news, Patrick Stewart teases us with hints of Professor X’s on screen future, some possible new Marvel titles, and the death of an acting legend.
Southern Bastards #7 has little to offer, and it will be interesting to see whether Jason Aaron (Wolverine, Thor: God of Thunder) can salvage the story arc.
So are there any redeeming qualities to a book like Marvel Comics Presents? In the 54th issue, I’d say no, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some inherent value.
With a rather uninspired origin story, even fans of the series could probably pass on Southern Bastards #6.
Craw County is the armpit of Alabama. And Alabama is a strong competitor for the armpit of America, especially as depicted in Southern Bastards. Jason Aaron (Wolverine, Thor: God of Thunder) sets this tale in the land of high school football, cut off t-shirts, incest, and illiteracy.
Mutants have always been hated and feared because they are deemed different. But should they strive to be an integrated part of society, or practice self-imposed segregation?
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