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    Default Age of X-Man: X-Tremists #4 (Preview)

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    Northstar — the guiding light that keeps the traveler reassured they are going in the right direction. If only the name rang true for poor Jean-Paul…

    (W) Leah Williams
    (A) Georges Jeanty
    (C) Rahzzah




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    At least the cover is good...

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    This is the gay rage issue and I’m prepared to cry.

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    I think Leah's work on this series is a mixture of poetry almost too good for the medium and a subpar sitcom. I'm still largely disappointed in X-Tremists as a whole, but I'm willing to follow her to another book to see how she fares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinster Sinister View Post
    I think Leah's work on this series is a mixture of poetry almost too good for the medium
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    there's Shade the Changing Girl if you want actual poetry in superhero comics or like Alan Moore's poetry or actual poetry comics from Marnie Galloway, Aidan Koch and numerous other people who do work almost exclusively actively exploring that part of the medium

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