With X-Terminators #1, Leah Williams and Carlos Gomez deliver a campy first issue that anyone who’s gone through a bad breakup can immediately relate to.
In X-Men ’92: House of XCII, Steve Foxe and Salva Espin have melded the familiar ’90s X-Men art and storytelling with the current Krakoan world.
Tom Taylor wraps up his time at Marvel with Dark Ages #6 while Kieron Gillen kicks off a sinister new series in Immortal X-Men #1.
The current world of the X-Men is allowing for many fun stories, including this one from Jonathan Hickman and Declan Shalvey.
X-Men #1 puts the new team through its paces, while Extreme Carnage #1 delivers its story with a horror bent and a tinge of red.
With X-Factor #10 writer Leah Williams and artist/co-plotter David Baldeón wrap up lose ends and send the series off with a bang.
At a time when the world is finally starting to feel like its becoming a bit of a happier place, the Hellfire Gala is giving all of us a reason to party.
Way Of X asks big questions, and looks to be setting up new aspects of the status quo on Krakoa.
In this Figure Friday, E.A. Henson looks at the new Marvel Legends figures based on Jonathan Hickman’s X-Men run, plus lots more!
In X-Men Legends #1 writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Brett Booth tell an untold tale from the Summers brother’s past.
In X-Force #17, Benjamin Percy and Joshua Cassara give some Omega-level depth to the character of Quentin Quire.
Writers Zeb Wells and Dan Slott are clearly having and bringing fun in their respective titles.