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Bryan Singer v James Mangold: Who Is The Better X-Men Director?

Bryan Singer v James Mangold: Who Is The Better X-Men Director?

July 21st, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

The original X-Men Franchise, with Hugh Jackman as its centerpiece, has been book-ended by Bryan Singer (X-Men (2000)) and James Mangold (Logan (2017)). ComiConverse contributor, Joseph Gioeli, examines which of these directors has had the bigger impact on the franchise. Bryan Singer v James Mangold:...

Old Man Logan and the Tale of the Telomere

Old Man Logan and the Tale of the Telomere

March 3rd, 2017 | by E. Paul Zehr

“Wolverine’s mutation…He has uncharted regenerative capabilities, enabling him to heal rapidly…” Dr. Jean Grey to Cyclops and Professor Charles Xavier in the Marvel movie “X-Men” (2000) Logan. Wolverine. X-Man with an attitude. Attitude is definitely a part of Wolverine’s DNA. His mutant DNA gives him...

Film Review: Logan

Film Review: Logan

February 18th, 2017 | by Jordan Samuel

Logan is Wolverine's last ride and will be released worldwide on March 3rd. ComiConverse film critic Jordan Samuel gives his review. In the near future, a weary Logan (Hugh Jackman) cares for an ailing Professor X (Patrick Stewart) at a remote outpost on the Mexican border. His...

Super Old: 8 Old Versions Of Popular Characters

Super Old: 8 Old Versions Of Popular Characters

March 14th, 2016 | by Carl Waldron

ComiConverse Contributor Carl Waldron analyzes the effectiveness of old versions of superheroes and villains. How effective do you think you will be at 60? How about 80? 180? Superheroes and the villains they fight seem to be getting older and older with each passing issue. Despite...

Review: Old Man Logan #3

Review: Old Man Logan #3

March 1st, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

Old Man Logan #3 adds new elements to the aged Wolverine's story, and ComiConverse Contributor Sammy Rendon has a full review. Old Man Logan has some how traveled back in time to right the wrong that eventually becomes his family's demise. In issue #2, Logan barely survives...

Review: Extraordinary X-Men Issue #7

Review: Extraordinary X-Men Issue #7

February 19th, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

ComiConverse contributor, Sammy Rendon, reviews the latest installment in the Extraordinary X-Men series: Extraordinary X-Men #7, which he deems a fitting entry that also works well as a stand alone comic. Extraordinary X-Men Issue #7 is a strong and emotional issue that displays the power of comic...

Review: Old Man Logan #2

Review: Old Man Logan #2

February 16th, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

The cover of Old Man Logan #2 foreshadowed a classic match was going to be had between Old Man Logan and The Hulk and boy, it delivered. ComiConverse's Sammy Rendon gets right into the visual feast that this issue brought. Synopsis In Old Man Logan #1, Logan had crossed Black...

Review: Old Man Logan Issue #1

Review: Old Man Logan Issue #1

February 5th, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

Old Man Logan has his comics shelves and our Sammy Rendon is here to break down all of the action for you in our ComiConverse review. Old Man Logan Issue #1 picks up after  Mark Millar & Steve McNiven's 2010's Wolverine: Old Man Logan. In case you missed...

Marvel Week In Review

Marvel Week In Review

July 24th, 2015 | by Louis Waldron

Each week here at ComiConverse we are going to be reviewing our top three favourite comics coming out of Marvel. No. 1:  Old Man Logan #3 Mark Millar’s, Old Man Logan was a sensational hit when released back in 2008 and with Brian Michael Bendis...

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