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Monday, June 14, 2021

X-amining Onslaught

I have long been frustrated with the way Blogger presents older posts and limits page results (frankly, I've long been frustrated with a lot when it comes to Blogger, but who has the time or mental bandwidth to change to something else now?). In an effort to somewhat combat that, this is the first in what I hope will be numerous posts collecting links to all the reviews of a relevant storyline/run in one handy place, in order. I will then post a link to this post on the site's X-aminations page (where I currently have links to assorted runs and storylines, but which are presented in Blogger's stupid "newest first and then only some" model). 

First up, of course, is "Onslaught". I'll update this with the link to Onslaught: Epilogue, once I review it (it wasn't published until December of 1996, roughly three months after the story to which it is meant to serve as an epilogue ended, a testament to its role as more of an "Operation: Zero Tolerance" prelude than an "Onslaught" epilogue), but for now, here's a handy guide to reviews of every issue of the crossover for your reading pleasure (?). 

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  1. I completely agree on the way Blogger formats its content. I've since figured out how to navigate its, rather clunky, interface. It doesn't really help if you only have a passing notion of what you're looking for but it certainly gives me a place to start.

    Nevertheless, I appreciate all the effort you put into this blog. Especially since it means I don't have to create one. Also, I have no clue on how to format properly on Blogger.

  2. Yeah, this is why I set up "landing pages" for all my various review series at my blog. I link to the pages on the right hand side widget that I named "Table of Contents". I also then set them up so every issue is listed in order with links to those posts, which is more time-consuming, but which I like to think is helpful!


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