Sinister

X-Men Rogue’s Gallery: Mr. Sinister

With a name like Mr. Sinister (I tend to refer to him simply as Sinister), it can be pretty hard to take Nathaniel Essex seriously.  That would be a big mistake!

Chris Claremont intended Sinister to be the psychic projection of a mutant child who could never age.  Yeah, Claremont had some really wacky ideas.  But this particular idea was picked up by later writers and turned into something remarkable in my view – into one of the greatest X-villains, a character who’s crucial to the history of the mutant race… Continue reading

Keep it Sinister

Week of Marvels 27/09/2014

This week in Marvel: looks like Marvel aren’t going to the Supreme Court after all; Jeremy Renner hints at the future of Hawkeye; Marvel reveal Florida’s redesigned super-hero; and we learn a lot about X-Men: Days of Future Past!  Plus: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns in style!

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Spidey-Subs: Is Spider-Man wrong for the X-men?

By now you have probably heard that Spider- Man will be taking a little direction from the soon to be deceased Wolverine and will take over as Counsellor/substitute teacher at the Jean Grey School. Does this sound odd to you? Even in the solicitations, they ask

“What’s a non-mutant doing at a school for mutants? What secret suspicion has fuelled the formation of his special student class?”

They also asked, in words to a similar effect, “who the hell demanded a Sauron/Stegron team-up?” Wait that was me, but I digress. We here at Mah Muse feel like this inclusion of Spider-man into the X-men’s world is kinda left field despite having somewhat of a history with certain members. Our own Tom even stated, “Marvel is replacing one super-hero who turns up everywhere… with another super-hero who turns up everywhere!”

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Dealing With Xavier’s Original Sin

I think I’m over not learning more about Xavier’s will for now. With this weeks December solicitations showing that we are going to have to wait till then til we find out what’s in the rest of the will, that gives me a time frame, and I’m not waiting with bated breath each month for another tidbit.

That said let’s get straight to the meat of this issue, and boy was it meaty. Lot’s of good stuff. Click below the break for the Pro/Con bullets.

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