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Olivia Munn as Psylocke (Srsly!) in X-Men: Apocalypse

by King Darrenon 22/05/2015
Over a month has passed since it was announced that Comic Geek Olivia Munn would play Psylocke in the upcoming movie “X-Men: Apocalypse” due to be released on May 27, 2016. I feel it’s time to give my two cents’ worth on the casting choice. I am caught in a conundrum. On one side of […]

Marvel’s ‘X-Force’ is Gathering Pace

by Andrew Corbanon 15/08/2013
It has recently been announced that Jeff Wadlow is set to write and direct Marvel’s X-Force, due for release in 2016. In a recent interview with IGN.COM (Kick-Ass 2 spoilers alert), Jeff discusses that when he heard that Mark Millar got the job as the creative consultant for the Marvel Movieverse at Fox, he chased […]

Adventure Time With Stacey Rebecca Alternative Model and Cosplayer

by LadyNoctison 05/08/2013
https://www.facebook.com/StaceyRebeccaAltModel?fref=ts https://StaceyRebecca.storenvy.com Who is Stacey Rebecca?? [quote] My name is Stacey Rebecca and I’m an alternative model and cosplayer from London, England.  I started cosplaying about a year ago, taking my nerdy costumes to photoshoots etc – and it really took off!  My Mary Jane photos went viral overnight and I was dropped right into […]

Uncanny X-Force #3

by Andy Haighon 28/03/2013
Storm, Psylocke and Puck confront Spiral about the drug she’s been peddling and the mutant girl. A rather angry and rather more powerful Bishop continues to cause problems and Fantomex and his clone/lover continue their crime spree whilst thinking about Psylocke. Reading the New Uncanny X-Force from Sam Humphries is a disorienting and bewildering experience […]

XX: The Mystery Revealed!

by Laura Maieron 15/01/2013
The cover for issue #1 of Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel’s X-Men has been released, after an agonising week in which the internet tried to decipher the meaning behind the mysterious “XX” teaser.  By which I mean, everyone figured it would be X-Women, and it is. Marvel makes up for the lack of surprise, by […]