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Ep 138 – Hellfire Book Club Chapter 2 – E is for Excitement!

Join us once more in the hallowed halls of the Hellfire Book Club as we discuss the ins and outs of the X-Men. This time around Kang and Biff are joined once more by Rex Mason and Dutch Essex as well as newcomer Nick Nack Tabasco. The topic at hand? A fine question indeed! Tonight we discuss Grant Morrison’s early work on the New X-Men series. Enjoy!

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The Majesty Of Kevin Wada (Part 1)

Not too long ago I became smitten with the work of Phil Noto around the same time I was also introduced to artist, Kevin Wada. Wada is most recently known for his exquisitely painted covers for the Charles Soule written She-Hulk series. As I did some more research I fell in love. He strives for some forward thinking fashion designs on many well known characters, especially in the X-Universe. Redesigning their looks and resulted in new fresh takes on the characters that seemingly affected their attitudes as well. Take a look for yourself.

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The Epic-Dermis of the Modern Superhero

 

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Hey there Evil Geeks! Here’s a quick info graphic from our friends at BeautyFlash about some quite remarkable super hero skin. Sadly, not the Skin of Generation X fame, pictured above, but you will learn some equally fascinating stuff about the skin of some other heroes and what exactly makes them so tough and durable. To view the full sized infographic or to check out some more info on BeautyFlash, head over to their website.

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Evil Geek Book Report – All-New X-Men #3

You’ve got to be fucking kidding me.

In my review of the second issue of this series, which shipped just two weeks after the first, I lamented the rushed schedule. So what does Marvel do? allnew3

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