Posts Tagged ‘Avengers Vs X-Men’

I have had these for ages – thanks to both ebay sellers for sending these on – despite being pre-orders (always dodgy on a limited number item). Just wanted to share “official” collection pics (actually taken on the same day as the Baltimore Comic Con… but have no fear these are San Diego Comic Con […]

Check out the full panel coverage over at newsarama here. But here is the main Colossus quote by X-Men group editor Nick Lowe: “Colossus, probably more than any other X-Men right now, has been going through a ton of stuff,” Lowe tells a fan. “During the Fear Itself story, Colossus took on the mantle of […]

Don’t think about it… follow the link and vote for Colossus! Official Press Release This year, Diamond Select Toys is all about letting the fans choose. With the Marvel Minimates Series 50 Fan Poll in its final week at, yet another poll has launched over at! This fall, the Website — as well […]

I have a love/hate thing about variant covers… I like the alternative art; but dislike the pricing and availablity. Despite that I have been picking up some of the variants for the AvX mini-series… and Round 5 features The Colossonaut Vs The Thing. And as if that is not enough Dale Keown – one of […]

Phoenix Five


It is always nice to see Comics news hitting the mainstream press and just in case you missed it USA Today reported here… Colossus has been empowered with the Phoenix force along with Cyclops, Emma Frost, Namor and Magik! They are the Phoenix Five: It raises some interesting questions: 1. What does this mean for […]

There is a battle being fought on facebook: It’s Colossus Vs Spider-Man. I voted. It is time you did too… (vote for Colossus!) The current standings (after my vote)

[Prelude] I don’t know when it happened or what the tipping point was; but I stopped reading and collecting comics a few years ago. The factors include but are not limited to; cost, storage space, the numbering system (more on that someother time), One More Day, art/writing changes and the fact that nothing good lasts… […]