Get POP-Cultured! Comics, Movies, TV, Video Games & more!

Your daily source of all-exclusive pop-culture news, reviews & opinion by eXpertComics    Follow ENR on Facebook Follow ENR on Twitter Follow ENR on Google+

 
Monday, 22 May 2017 17:30
I don’t make it a secret. I’m a huge X-Men fan. Have been my whole life. Ever since first seeing the team’s guest appearance on the Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends cartoon when I was very young, I was very enamoured by the team. At first it was the original Beast that caught my eye. A superhero with huge, goofy ape feet? Crazy! Weird! I loved the originality. Then it was me “stealing” my big brother’s Uncanny X-Men comics from his stash (even though I was too young to even know how to read) and seeing these lavish, out-there costumes and characters that in any other superhero story would probably be the villains. Nightcrawler, Rogue, Storm (with the mohawk, of course), Colossus, Kitty Pryde, Rachel Summers....and of course, Wolverine. They were so cool beyond words. They were edgy and gritty and never ever got a break in the world, but that never stopped them from being heroes. I was born without the ability to walk and I identified with these heroes who were also born a little different. Their leader was in a wheelchair. I was and will be bonded to the X-Men forever. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Friday, 21 April 2017 14:04
 For the first time in years, the Xavier Institute for Mutant Education and Outreach throws open its doors once again – ready to foster the next generation of mutant heroes and diplomats! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look inside those hallowed halls with GENERATION X #1 – the new series launching as part of ResurrXion! Join writer Christina Strain (Runaways, Civil War II: Choosing Sides) and artist Amilcar Pinna (Astonishing X-Men, All-New Ultimates) as they join forces to bring fans the next generation of mutantkind – if the students survive! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Friday, 24 March 2017 12:43
A bright new tomorrow is coming for the Children of the Atom as the X-Men race full speed into ResurrXion! Today, Marvel is excited to release its first trailer timed with the upcoming release of all-new X-titles – X-MEN GOLD, X-MEN BLUE, GENERATION X, WEAPON X, ICEMAN, JEAN GREY, CABLE, OLD MAN LOGAN, ALL-NEW WOLVERINE and ASTONISHING X-MEN! These new, ongoing series bring fans a new beginning for these merry mutants – one that is sure to please fans old and new! You asked for it, you got it! The ResurrXion of the X-Men is here! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Monday, 05 December 2016 14:06
For the first time in years, the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning throws open its doors once again in GENERATION X #1! Join writer Christina Strain (Runaways, Civil War II: Choosing Sides) and artist Amilcar Pinna (Astonishing X-Men, All-New Ultimates) as they join forces to bring fans the next generation of mutantkind – if the students survive! Once a shining beacon and safe haven for young mutants everywhere, the next class of X-Men begin their long journey right here at the Xavier Institute. But let’s face it: not all mutants are created equal. Some young mutants aren’t cut out to be the next X-Men. You just hope will survive their first run-in with a Sentinel. But Jubilee isn’t about to sell her class of underdogs short. Under her instruction and mentorship, she hopes to navigate them through growing pains and dangers that would put even the most seasoned X-Men to the test! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Thursday, 07 January 2016 17:08
We’re back! With the THRILLING Part 2 of the 5th Annual Bleedies! Yeah, that was a super long intermission, but hey, I want people to take their time (and catch up on their favorite comics) while they go to the bathroom and get liquored up! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 24 May 2015 17:10
I have been reading the final issues of comics taking place in Marvels 616 Universe. As most of my readers probably know by now, Marvel Comics is following suit from what DC did a few years ago and rebooting their universe after the big blockbuster Secret Wars (technically it’s Secret Wars 4, if you count Bendis’ “Secret War”), and most of the long run and over 70 years of continuity will be (probably) flushed away. I’ve been pretty vocal on how I don’t think reboots are actually the way to do things, in fact, I wrote an entire column on how this was a bad idea. But anyhoo, none of that matters anymore. It’s happening, and the continuity of the comic book company I’ve stood by and loved my entire life is basically going kaput. As I was reading the final issue of Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers run, I was pretty bummed out on how things were ended: Iron Man and Captain America basically fighting like infantile school kids while their world gets decimated. THIS is how you end 7 decades of heroism and teamwork between two amazing and celebrated heroes? By having them act like....well...selfish douchebags? Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Thursday, 15 November 2012 13:03
DAMM |I miss mid to late 90's comics. There I said it. I love chromium, holofoil, triple gatefolds, trading cards and 15 part crossovers. (52 variants for JLA you say? Sign me up.) Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Thursday, 12 April 2012 07:59
I can hear it already, “Another X-title?!” Yep. Here is why. Generation Hope is not the same thing. As I read every X-title every month I am constantly disappointed with this title (though not enough to quit buying it apparently) more in the characters and situations than the execution or ability of the creative staff which I find deftly do their jobs. As a reader I am not complaining about the team of artist but the team of mutants. Sigh I just want this book to be something it is not. I want it to be Generation X. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Show me all new releases

Breaking News

Buy Comics Online on eXpertComics

Sign up For Our Newsletter:
@
Please wait
©2009 - 2017 eXpertComics.com™/eXpertComics.ca/ENR | eXPress News & Reviews/iComic.ca™ | All characters © of their respective ™ owners | Terms