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This issue, was teased by writer Kelly Thompson, as having some new context to Star. Star books blew up this week because of the announcement of her first mini-series. Expect there to be vested interest in this book.
I will literally buy anything Hickman writes so I may be the wrong person to ask, but X-Men #1 is a MUST buy. Every issue of House and Powers have X have sold out and gone to multiple printings. Expect the desire for the X-fix to be high the week after Powers of X #6 completed. If you’re a collector, get those incentives low, and wait for high ratio’s to come down since this book has a plethora of store exclusives and will have a high print run.
How does one build a nation? That is the proposition Xavier is faced whilst building a consensus. Strangely enough, this does not come with opposition. At all. In fact, it comes with ultimatum. Charles speaks to the World unveiling his plan regarding the State of Krakoa. Its’ terms as a nation, and what if offers. At cost.
This issue introduces readers to the Council. A governing body assembled to discuss, enforce, and vote on the nation’s matters. Beginning with laws. The first victim of the Council, is none other than Sabretooth. For crimes against man, bloodshed. Readers learn just how exactly the Council intends to punish their own kind for breaking the laws of the land.
Amidst this cruelty, is celebration. Basking in the afterglow of what Charles and Erik have helped build along with Moira and their fellow kind. But, something lurks in the shadows. Within Utopia, is the unsatisfied. And what will come from within.
First up, is the X-23 All New Wolverine PVC Diorama.
She’s the best there is at what she does, and she gets it from her dad’s side! The all-new Wolverine (formerly X-23, now just Laura Kinney) is the newest entry in the Marvel Gallery line of PVC Dioramas. Measuring approximately 9 inches tall, this detailed sculpture is made of high-quality PVC, and features collectible-quality paint applications. Packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Sam Greenwell!
This diorama is actually quite surprisingly light and does not require a great deal of space. It’s perfect for a collectible case, mantle or even desktop. Most notable, is the detail on Laura’s hair and the sheen of the blue on her costume. A very affordable item for any Howlett fan.
The X-Men’s resident berserker joins the Marvel Gallery line of PVC dioramas! This 9-inch scale sculpture of Wolverine shows the hero in his classic brown costume, perched on a rock formation with claws extended, ready to tear into an opponent. Featuring detailed sculpting and collectible-quality paint applications, this sculpture comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Phil Ramirez!
This PVC Diorama packs a punch! Despite only being 9 inches, this Wolverine is pretty hefty! I guess being a petite Canadian will come in handy for your desktops. Most notable, the painting on the piece. Glistens. Even Logan’s teeth are accentuated.
One of the most sinister of X-villains joins the Marvel Gallery line of PVC dioramas! Standing approximately 10 inches tall in a cloud of green smoke, this sculpture of the X-Men foe known as Mr. Sinister is made of high-grade plastic and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. He comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Caesar, sculpted by Alterton!
If you’re going to buy only one today, then we would recommend the Mr. Sinister PVC Diorama. It’s an absolute steal at this price. Most notable, is Nathaniel’s broad wing like cape, detailed costume, and bubbling ooze!
There you have it!! All three PVC Diorama’s can be purchased direct from Diamond Select Toys, NOW.
Boom Studios has been a hot streak since the debut of Once & Future King, and while some of the steam has been taken out of the sails with Something is Killing Children, the upcoming slate shows no sign of slowing down. Keep an eye on the Final Order Cut Off Variant as it was a late solicit. The talent involved necessitate a BUY.
Dead Eyes #1 from Image Comics was originally released some time ago under the title Dead Rabbit. Due to copyright issues, the series was shelved temporarily and now returns in it’s new form this week. Talent involved necessitate a BUY.
Fantastic Four #15 was solicited with a Spoiler Cover. Until recently, it had not been revealed. It appears to feature new characters called the Unparalleled. There have been multiple new characters introduced in this volume. It’s a recommended BUY.
Each issue of House of X and Powers of X has sold out and gone to multiple printings. It’s an X-Men story for the ages. This isn’t rocket science. It would serve you well to add this to your reading list or BUY pile this week.
And, that’s a wrap! Thanks for reading!! See you next week!!!