Age of X-Man: The Marvelous X-Men #1 may not alter your excitement level for Marvel's event, but it may piqued your interest.
Mike Fugere is writer from Virginia Beach, where he lives with his two sons and wife. He has published short stories in several publications including Rooster Republic Press. He is also the co-creator of the popular comedy Twitter account @a_single_bear. Follow him on his personal Twitter @MikeFugere. Cyclops was right.
Articles by Mike Fugere
Young Justice #2 is the perfect introduction to (or reunion with) another member of the series cast of young, exuberant heroes.
The problem with Old Man Quill #1 is that is doesn't want its audience to ask questions, and that makes for an unsatisfying read.
Uncanny X-Men #11 reunites Wolverine and Cyclops, both freshly resurrected, and brings the emotions.
DC Comics' latest cosmic peacekeeping force is revealed to be based on an antihero who once wore Batman's cowl.
Marvel's rebooted Uncanny X-Men has been a bit of a mess, but Age of X-Man Alpha promises to tidy things up.
The double-sized Justice League Annual #1 isn't big enough to make the series to take off.
Over the last few months, Teen Titans has quietly become one of the best superhero titles in the DC Comics lineup.
Many fans seem to think the debut of the teaser for Star Wars: Episode IX is imminent -- or maybe running late. But why is that, exactly?
No one is going to defend Ted Bundy, but the blowback Venom Lovers have displayed when compare to fans of the serial killer is baffling.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy #1 is very good, setting up a series with the potential to be every bit as good as the DnA era.
Uncanny X-Men Annual #1 promises to be the start of what we all wanted from this series in the first place.
Marvel Comics' Star Wars: Age of Republic special issue somehow manages to do the impossible and makes Jar Jar Binks... kinda cool?
While it's hard to say Uncanny X-Men has been objectively bad over the last ten issues, it's not exactly been all that good, either.