The Iceman series is near the end. Wolverine’s son Daken, has taken it upon himself to torture Bobby Drake and steal one of his recent mutant teenager recruits and kill Iceman’s new boyfriend Judah. So this issue is a huge epic battle – Iceman vs. Daken.
Written by Sina Grace and Illustrated by Robert Gill

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The Venom teaser trailer was released and many of comic book geeks are already trashing it. It’s just a teaser though, so I’m not upset. I was hoping to get like one frame of Tom Hardy all symbioted up or even a shadow maybe, but I respect that Sony is waiting to show this. I will reserve judgement until I see more of the movie. I will absolutely go see it in theaters when it is released, regardless of how the movie itself will look. What did you think of the teaser?


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It’s comic book day! Jean Grey starts her own X-Team in X-Men Red #1, while Kitty and her team get beaten down by Mesmero over in her comic, X-Men Gold #21. Venom takes on Spider-Woman in Venom #161, while Superman and Son head to space to save a planet in Superman #40. Batman and Wonder Woman are in another dimension fighting off horde armies in Batman #40 while Spider-Man (Miles Morales) is confronting his uncle in Spider-Man #273. In Walking Dead #176, Michonne is reunited with one of her loved ones. Finally in Infinity Countdown #1 – Adam Warlock confronts Kang the Conqueror and goes on a time spanning adventure.

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It’s the Deadpool 2 movie, starring Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Josh Brolin as Cable. Oh fuck yeah! Oh jizzed in my pants watching this. It’s so cool. Check it out. It showed very little but at the same time, it showed a lot too. What did you think of it?


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Nah, not really. But I enjoyed seeing that Jurassic World and Avengers trailers. They look great! I’m so incredibly excited for both. Black Panther officially comes out next week, so that’s a huge plus too. Also, if you are unaware, the Cloverfield Paradox is on Netflix now. So many geeky movies!


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I know many do not care about a Han Solo prequel movie, but I have been figuratively dying to see a movie based on our favorite Scruffy Looking Nerf Herder! Growing up, all my friends wanted to be a Sith Lord or a Jedi Knight. I wanted to be the scoundrel. I love Han Solo! So I’m super stoked about this movie. What do you think?


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It’s comic book day! Unfortunately this month has five Wednesdays and whenever there is a five Wednesdays in a month, usually the comic books are not so great. There were however a couple decent ones at least. We finally get Jean Grey back in the final issue to the Phoenix Resurrection mini series and an old Wally West Flash villain returns in the Flash Annual. That’s something at least. Check out the rest of my comic load in the attached video.


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Over at Entertainment Weekly, Director David Yates stated that Dumbledore’s sexuality will not explicitly be handled in the Fantastic Beasts sequel: The Crimes of Grindelwald. He went on to say – But I think all the fans are aware of that. He had a very intense relationship with Grindelwald when they were young men. They fell in love with each other’s ideas, and ideology and each other.


Any gay fan of the Harry Potter franchise is aware that probably the most powerful of all wizards in that universe, Albus Dumbledore, was outed by series creator J.K. Rowling after the initial series ended. Being that the series was about Harry Potter and not Dumbledore, his sexuality was never a reason to be explored. However now a series of movies is being made that is set in the same universe but taking part specifically around Dumbledore and his ex-lover Gellert Grindelwald. His sexuality should not be the focus but it should most definitely be known that the two were together. The word gay does not have to be stated, but to seeing events unfold as if they are friends and now possible enemies would be such a disservice.


Yates also stated about Dumbledoore: He’s a maverick and a rebel and he’s an inspiring teacher at Hogwarts. He’s witty and has a bit of edge. He’s not this elder statesman. He’s a really kinetic guy. And opposite Johnny Depp as Grindelwald, they make an incredible pairing.


I am going to be blunt. I know heterosexual audiences are still scared to death to see powerful characters being portrayed as being gay and we have a long way to go. Heterosexual representation is unapologetic and I was hoping that we would get a queer relationship to be shown in an unapologetic light in the same way. I honestly did not believe we would get a love story on screen, but I did think that we would at least see some elements of chemistry and tension between Jude Law’s representation of Dumbledore and the horrible miscast version of Johnny Depp being Grindelwald. Not this go around though. I will still watch the movie and hope that the future movies will somewhat go into this realm.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is set to release on November 18, 2018. What do you think about this?


What do you think of the new Antman and Wasp teaser? It looks decent and I already feel as though Wasp is going to have a good role and not just act as a sidekick. Although the character was never my favorite, I do feel as though Wasp being a founding member of the Avengers, she should have more spotlight. At least to some capacity.


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