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So it’s been about 17 months since my last con! After doing 34 events in 2019, I did just 4 in 2020 because of the pandemic. Finally, some of the shows we work with are being able to resume their … Continue reading
Last on my X-Men Reading Project I featured the mega event Age of Apocalypse. The next major event chronologically is Onslaught, and this 3 volume collection bridges the gap between the two. I’ve been collecting the Trade Paperbacks on my … Continue reading
Feralia Revised Edition (Feralia Book 1) A young man wakes up into a strange world with no memories but for that of his name. It is a world where a strange orange glow shines over the land, a realm of … Continue reading
Feralia: Requiem of Mist (Feralia Book 2) Peace has returned to the continent of Mayura. But when Felix Edinseed rejoins the Mages in Feralia, he learns his past is not what he had thought. Now he and his friends must … Continue reading
The next step in my X-Men Reading Project is different than those before, as it’s just 3 single issues. No collections this time. The issues are Cable (first series, 1993) #6, 7 & 8. Like Fatal Attractions, I already had … Continue reading
This weekend I’m looking forward to heading back to Setsucon! I’ll be at the Alicia’s Anime booth, where we’ll have copies of both Feralia books and a bunch of other cool stuff. This is always a nice, friendly event and … Continue reading
The next collection in my X-Men Reading Order Project is X-Cutioner’s Song. This one was fun, and a little different than the stories I’ve read so far, in that it’s the first collection I already owned from years ago, and … Continue reading
Next up on my X-Men Reading Project is Bishop’s Crossing. It’s ISBN 978-1302901707, which is 352 full color pages and collects Uncanny X-Men #281-293 and X-Men (series 2) #8. The good thing about this collection is that it bridges much … Continue reading
Well, this is it – the last of the black & white volumes I’ve collected in my X-Men Reading Project. From here on out (unless I discover something I need to go back to), everything I read & review will … Continue reading