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"Not everyone is lucky enough to win the Nobility lottery, of course. But that doesn’t mean the rest of us are mere serfs. We’re commoners. And our castles are made of air."

"Not everyone is lucky enough to win the Nobility lottery, of course. But that doesn’t mean the rest of us are mere serfs. We’re commoners. And our castles are made of air."

nomorehumans:

Amazing Comic!!

On the reading list

nomorehumans:

Amazing Comic!!

On the reading list

The Legacy of X-Men’s ‘Days of Future Past’ →

X-Men’s ‘Days of Future Past’ Is One of the Most Influential Comics Stories Ever. Here’s How It Happened.

X-Men Schism, read this morning!

More reading done today!

comixology:

The Authority vol. 1
Written by Warren Ellis
Art by Bryan Hitch & Paul Neary

After witnessing the demise of most of her StormWatch teammates, Jenny Sparks wants to create a new super hero team dedicated to protecting Earth against threats of a global scale. Joined by former StormWatch members Jack Hawksmoor and Shen Li-Min, Jenny recruits four new members, the Doctor, the Engineer, Apollo, and the Midnighter forming the ultra-powerful Authority. Collected in this edition are their first two missions, battling a nation of super-powered terrorists and stopping an invasion from a parallel world.

The first volume of The Authority is now available on comiXology!

Quite the read!

comixology:

A comiXologist Recommends:
Jen Keith recommends Saga #19

From the series that brought us Lying Cat comes the next installment of the abundantly award-winning Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and fionastaples. If you haven’t been following along, it is my duty to direct you back to issue #1; you can thank me later. For those of you keeping up with your required reading, then you already know Saga #19 will be a comic treat.

Saga is your standard boy and girl meet, fall in love, betray their own species during an inter-planetary war, and run off to have what might be the cutest child that side of the universe. Narrating this space romp through lushly designed alien worlds and cultures is said cutest child, Hazel, whose impish personality shines through the re-telling of her own childhood. In Saga #19, we find our besotted heroes/haggard parents in domestic bliss – if you can call juggling a rigid mother-in-law, a messy house pet, and a live-in ghostly baby-sitter the calming, everyday life of domesticity. Work may be tough, but your kid is cute, your spouse is gorgeous, and hopefully no assassins and/or robot princes will end up on your front lawn today.

The aptly named Saga enraptures its audience with Brian K. Vaughan’s perfect balance of poignant and comedic writing and Fiona Staples’ rich, expressive artwork. If you’re all caught up on Saga and aching for more from these two wildly talented creators, Vaughan’s Y: The Last Man and Staples’ work in The Mystery Society will hopefully hold you for now.

As in every issue, Saga and its captivating cast continues the journey across the galaxy and into our hearts.

[Pick up Saga #19 here!]

For fans of: sci-fidiverse characters, POC leads, female leads, romance, action

Jen Keith is a Digital Editor at comiXology, comic creator, music addict, and shamelessly unapologetic Green Arrow enthusiast.

Saga is the best, freshest, most-awesomest comic I’ve read in a very long time!
Insta-read!

Storm - X-men

Storm - X-men

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