For all the true believers who have ever wished they could spin a web any size, Amazing Fantasy #1000 is a comic for us.
The current world of the X-Men is allowing for many fun stories, including this one from Jonathan Hickman and Declan Shalvey.
Jonathan Hickman’s tenure on the X-Men comes to a close on a high note with the final issue of Inferno.
Decorum features one of the best writers in comics today at the top of his game, and is one of the best looking books on shelves.
It’s the middle of October, which means it’s the perfect time to read some spooky Marvel takes. Here’s a list of some new and classic tales.
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.
In X-Men #20 Jonathan Hickman delivers a tight story that’s compelling and clearly a building block for the future.
Here’s your chance to determine the final member of the new X-Men team.
Nearly a decade after its publication, the legacy of Avengers vs X-Men is felt in the latest issues of both teams respective titles.
The House of X/Powers of X collection is a great jumping on point for readers who may have strayed from the X-flock over the years.
Howard and Hickman walk the fine line of X-Men: Stasis being a filler issue and one of consequence and ultimately land on the side of the latter.
This week’s Heroes and Villains with E.A. Henson looks at the first issue of X of Swords.