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#5003

25 one-page stories:

  1. JUBILEE in “MELE KALIKIMAKA!”
    Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

  2. KITTY PRYDE in “TITLE TBA”
    Written by Chris Claremont, art by Terry Dodson, color by Chris Sotomayor

  3. WOLVERINE in “#HOTCLAWS FOR HANUKKAH”
    Written by Charles Soule, art by Ryan Browne, color by Jordan Boyd

  4. JEAN GREY in “DREAMING OF A WADE CHRISTMAS”
    Written by Jean Grae, art by Shawn Crystal, color by Rico Renzi

  5. NATURE GIRL in “I HATE CHRISTMAS”
    Written by Zac Thompson & Lonnie Nadler, art/color by Amilcar Pinna

  6. JUBILEE in “JINGLE ALL THE WAIT A MINUTE…”
    Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

  7. GAMBIT in “THE CHICHE WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS”
    Written by Styles P & Poobs, art by Luciano Vecchio, color by Carlos Lopez

  8. ICEMAN in “WHITE ELEPHANT”
    Written by Sina Grace, art by Cory Smith, color by Jordan Boyd

  9. MAGNETO in “TITLE TBA”
    Written by Cullen Bunn, art by Roland Boschi, color by Dan Brown

  10. STORM in “TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT”
    Written by Charlamagne tha God, art by Alitha E. Martinez, color by Jay David Ramos

  11. JUBILEE in “DECK THE MALLS”
    Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

  12. DR. NEMESIS in “THE GIVING SEASON”
    Written by Christopher Daniels, art by Ray-Anthony Height & LeBeau Underwood, color by Jay David Ramos

  13. ROGUE & GAMBIT in “CHRISTMAS CAT-ASTROPHE!”
    Written by Kelly Thompson, art by David Lopez, color by Chris Sotomayor

  14. SABRETOOTH in “RED CHRISTMAS”
    Written by Aubrey Sitterson, art by Juan Gedeon, color by Jesus Aburtov

  15. CANNONBALL in “HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS”
    Written by Al Ewing, art by PJ Holden, color by Antonio Fabela

  16. DOMINO in “THE NAUGHTY LIST”
    Script/art/color by Anthony Piper

  17. THE BRADDOCKS in “BABY STEPS”
    Written by Leah Williams, art by Marcio Takara, color by Chris O’Halloran

  18. GLOB HERMAN IN “DECK THE HALLS”
    Written by Ed Brisson, art by Pere Perez, color by Chris Sotomayor

  19. GABBY KINNEY in “SECRET SANTA”
    Written by Vita Ayala, art by Pere Perez, color by Chris O’Halloran

  20. JUBILEE in “ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU”
    Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

  21. HOPE SUMMERS in “THE LONGEST NIGHT”
    Written by Tini Howard, art by Brent Schoonover, color by Chris O’Halloran

  22. HANK MCCOY in “BLUE CHRISTMAS”
    Written by Rainbow Rowell, art by Kris Anka, color by Matt Wilson

  23. NIGHTCRAWLER in “X-MAS BAMF”
    Written by Esoteric, art by Michael Shelfer, color by Federico Blee

  24. JAMIE MADROX in “THE GIFT OF THE MADRI”
    Written by Matt Rosenberg, art by Andy MacDonald, color by Tamra Bonvillain

  25. ARCADE in “WALKIN’ IN A WINTER MURDERLAND”
    Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

Jean Grae writing Jean Grey feels like a bet someone made.

Leah Williams writing The Braddocks (Brian and Meggan) again gives me hope she has more planned for them after their appearance in the X-Men Gold annual.


#5004

Love the homage to the original Punisher cover


#5005

Hope summer by Toni Howard and al Ewing writing cannonball again perk my interest.

Wasn’t happy with the end of the last multiple man series by maddrox and “the gift of the madri” sounds like an age of Apocalypse story


#5006

#5007

He’s like 100 right now!


#5008

To be fair you could have always said the same thing for Wolverine.


#5009

I know it’s awesome ain’t it. Ive had a few drinks and my wife is heading to her bed, I’m thinking this would be a good time to read these.


#5010

Unfortunately the execution didn’t match the fun premise for what if peter parker became the punisher

Really heavy handed and clumsy and the art didnt suit the tone either.

Still, it’s fun to hold the book in your hands, look at the cover and then imagine a better story


#5011

Well, there’s a truly nightmarish review!


#5012

That’s what you get for not going to snuggle the wife.


#5013

Older man Captain America!


#5014

huh


#5015

In absolute contrast to the What If? I read last night, what if marvel comics went metal with ghost rider? was fantastic, at least the first half was anyway, the script from Sebastian Girner tailed off a bit, although the art from Wijngaard was consistent throughout.

It’s on the meta side, with Latverian death metal band, Hessenwald, visiting the Marvel offices for a tour and Robbie Reyes as their guide. But they have a dastardly plan in mind, can the Ghost Rider stop them before it’s too late for the world?


#5016

#5017

Am I the only one here enjoying X-Men Extermination ?

That event is contained in only 5 part (the 4th one just got out). Pace is fast, stakes are high, the drawings are beautiful and it’s clearly bringing some sense to the “young original 5 X-men” stuff.


#5018

You’re not alone. I’m loving it so far.


#5019

Yep. Extermination is the best thing they’ve done with the O5 since Bendis.


#5020

It’s the Ahab stuff that loses me.
Remender had relocated him to our timeline at the end of axis/ uncanny avengers event but it seems marvels gone all whose line is it anyway where everything is made up and continuity doesn’t matter.

Young cable is pulling a Tony Stark pre heroes reborn which is quite upsetting to me as Cable has so many dangling plot lines that need resolving or expanded upon that this injection feels quite pointless.
The only saving grace is that it could be a young Stryfe.

I’m an unabashed continuity whore who feels that even the worst stories can be embraced or fixed. With the exception of Nadler & Thompson’s cable run and a small injection by Gerry Duggan Nate hasn’t been used well in over a decade.
Don’t get me started on hope as the mutant messiah being forgotten.

Gahhh!!!

Arts pretty nice though.


#5021

You’re what’s wrong with this industry. :wink:


#5022

A man after my own heart.