Being a fan of Storm from the X-Men, I was very happy when Ta-Nehisi Coates decided to explore Ororo Munro’s goddesshood in his (2016) Black Panther run. We then had Marc Guggenheim explore it in his (2017) X-Men: Gold series. And while I appreciate such focus on the character, it seems the Marvel writers handling Storm […]
A brand new ‘Eye of the Storm’ event campaign brings Ororo Munroe to Marvel Strike Force. You can go ahead and collect Storm shards to recruit the weather controlling mutant or you can pay real money to make her part of your team earlier. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]
While Marvel is yet to make an official announcement, it seems that comic book writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and artist Jen Bartel are working on a new project involving X-Men’s Storm. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Due to the current Inhumans vs X-Men event, Storm is forced to make a tough decision in Extraordinary X-Men Issue 17 to ensure the survival of her species. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
If you, like me, have been waiting for Maya Glick’s Rain to be released, then you don’t have to wait any longer. The fan-made film, which shows the X-Men Storm in a very different light, has been released! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are […]
Storm #11 came out this week, and it brought the conclusion of the Weather Goddess’s solo series. Could the series have continued after this issue had the Marvel Universe not been destroyed due to Secret Wars? I don’t know, but I did enjoy the Goddess’s journey ending on a high note. Kenji serving as the […]
This month’s issue of Storm began the final arc for the Weather Goddess’s solo-series. It linked to every character Ororo helped since her solo’s debut, and the revelation of the final antagonist really took me by surprise. I know some fans have said that the issues focusing on Callisto and Forge didn’t do Storm’s solo […]
After saving people all over the world and dealing with the consequences of her actions, Storm #9 showed Ororo Munroe cutting loose and teaming up with Gambit for an adventure. This month’s issue served as a much needed breather before the concluding arc kicks in. A lot has changed for Storm over the years. The […]
Ever since the debut of Storm, plot threads have been moving forward to one big climax for Ororo Monroe, and Issue #8 showed the Weather Goddess facing the consequences of her decisions. Storm learned a lot through her ordeals and I’m excited to see where she goes from here. After being framed by a senator […]
Storm #7 picked up where the previous issue left off. It didn’t stop giving Ororo fans some amazing action-sequences and a gripping plot. Greg Pak is doing an awesome job writing Storm and making the Weather Goddess realize that there will always be bad people who don’t like it when someone stands up to them. […]