GIANT-SIZE X-POSITION: Duggan Brings Deadpool & Cable Together in "Uncanny Avengers"
Chad Nevett was born, raised, and educated in London, Ontario. His work has appeared in print, online, and onstage. He currently writes about comics for Comic Book Resources, Comics Should be Good, his own blog, and you can hear him talk about comics nearly every week with fellow CBR writer Tim Callahan on the Splash Page Podcast. He has contributed essays to "Minutes to Midnight: Twelve Essays on Watchmen" and "Keeping the World Strange: A Guide to Planetary" from Sequart and is the editor of the upcoming book "Shot in the Face: A Savage Journey to the Heart of Transmetropolitan." He also writes about wrestling for 411mania. He doesn't write enough fiction. He currently resides in Windsor, Ontario with his girlfriend and her cat.
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After spending a month looking at "Thanos vs. Hulk" #1, CSBG reflects on the completed series -- with bonus commentary from Jim Starlin himself!
Daniel Day is a superpowered student who likes to fight in a history-heavy first issue.
The Homelander stands revealed as a perverted murderer, while superheroes begin their assault on the White House -- and you just know Butcher is thankful for the opportunity it brings.
The battle for Tabula Rasa is over, but are the inhabitants doomed anyway?
What do you do when you've rescued a famous child from kidnappers and fear that it isn't safe to turn her over to the authorities? Orson doesn't know either.
It begins here: the Children of Tomorrow versus the People. And all the Ultimates can do is watch and hope they don't get killed.
What are the Adaptoids up? Ant-Man is going to find out, because he’s the best Avenger ever! Oh wait, we may be screwed...
John Prophet's mission takes him to a Taxa caravan where he helps feed the giant beasts that carry little villages across the desert wasteland. It's more exciting than it sounds.
Norman Osborn and H.A.M.M.E.R. have defeated the Avengers. Now what?
The New Avengers thought the New Dark Avengers were bad enough. Now, they face Norman Osborn’s own personal Thor, Ragnarok!
Poseidon and Hades both want Zeus’s throne. Can Wonder Woman and company stop them from tearing the world apart to get it?
This issue has a self-contained story as well as the kick-off to the next multi-issue arc.
The series ends with Frank Castle dead and Nick Fury dealing with the aftermath.
Nul, Breaker of Worlds looks to graduate to Destroyer of Universes if the Defenders can’t stop them. It’s a shame that they can’t.
Sgt. Rock confronts Prior Hearst, the immortal embodiment of war.
Bucky Barnes resumes his Winter Soldier identity to clean up leftover problems from the Cold War. It's a series seven years in making!
Batman vs. the Scarecrow! Batman vs. Superman! Critic vs. comic book!
As Thor’s memory and power grows, Tanarus’s deception seems to weaken. But, will that be enough? I hope so!
The only way to save the world is to be a cold bastard. Good thing John Constantine is in this comic.
The Avengers are pretty terrible at responding to surprise attacks. Then again, what do you expect from a team with that name?
Cyclops’s Extinction Team explores Tabula Rosa and its strange evolved environment that didn’t exist the day before.