Marlene Bonnely, editor-in-chief of Comics.Tumblr.com, stops by to discuss X-Men’s Rogue in-depth.
The ComicsVerse Podcast team has assembled to bring you, the listener, an in-depth discussion on the X-Men crossover, “Age of Apocalypse,” just in time for the upcoming film, X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, due out on May 27th.
Chris Claremont’s continuous X-Men run from 1975 to 1991 changed the way we look at superheroes forever and matured not only a Marvel franchise but the superhero genre in comics itself.
X-Men comics and characters are rife with meaning and serve as a mirror of how society treats anyone who is and feels different and how those same people cope in a world that hates and fears them. The concept of the X-Men served as a perfect platform during this podcast to embark on an analysis of American culture as a microcosm of human nature and what it means to be American.
Was Emma Frost right? In INHUMANS VS. X-MEN, Emma Frost led the charge in a fight against the Inhumans based on false pretenses.
ComicsVerse discusses the rise and fall of the time-displaced teenage Jean Grey from Dennis Hopeless’s JEAN GREY published by Marvel.
She may be a fictional character, but through her comics, Jean Grey was able to teach me a lot about the mutability of life and how to stop fearing change.
Rahne’s untimely death sends the X-Men down a dark path of violence, death, and hopelessness.
Williams weaves a tale of love, political extremism, and pink slips in this week’s AGE OF X-MAN: X-TREMISTS #3.