Finally, it's come out. Charles Xavier's dream was coexistence. One of mine is the best female cast in comics getting their own book free of qualifiers in the title. Just X-Men. And it was worth the wait.
X-Men #1 <3 New Avengers #6 Wolverine and the X-Men #30 Avenging Spider-Man #21
(edited by John Orquiola on 29.5.13 1009) "Cody, I mustache you a question." - The Miz
I didn't like X-Men quite as much as you. I'm no real fan of John Sublime as a character, and there's a lot that's left unexplained about Jubilee, who is evidently no longer a vampire. I mean, it was still a decent read, and I'll stick with it, but definitely not my favorite book of the week. That honor goes to Daredevil 26 (which I am well aware actually came out last week, but I didn't get it until yesterday), in which Daredevil finally learns who's been targeting him, and comes after him in full force. If you've avoided the spoilers it's a good reveal, and even if you saw the spoilers, the presentation is very well executed, and there's a fight at the end of the book that I just absolutely loved. Next month appears to be the big rematch with Ikari, and I'm really looking forward to that.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Comic book hero Tintin never aged during his 50-year career because the repeated blows he took to the head triggered a growth hormone deficiency, according to an analysis in the Christmas edition of a Canadian medical journal.