This year’s issue contains another healthy does of nostalgia from a number of different decades, with topics that will certainly interest long-time fans of monsters and horror films and television.
Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (2021) harvested a better than expected $40.1 million to lead this weekend’s box office.
Luckily for fellow fans of the source material, Villeneuve shares in the passion for the book that shaped his teenage years, and he delivers a faithful, visually stunning adaptation of Dune.
Gonsalves said while the team doesn’t assume ghosts are the reason for all activity, sometimes that possibility is hard to ignore.
Issue #200 will continue Ridley and Cabal’s principle storyline involving T’Challa’s tenuous involvement with the X-Men and bonus stories celebrating the past and hinting at an uncertain future for the Panther, the citizens of Wakanda, and a brand new Wakandan hero.
The Gentle Giant Studios’ Paul statue measures 9 inches tall by 9.2 inches wide, and captures the likeness of Dune actor Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides in the traditional Fremen stillsuit, with his crysknife drawn for attack.