In X-Men and X-Force, the building blocks that Jonathan Hickman and Benjamin Percy have been crafting continue to play out in significant way.
If you’re giving comic-book gifts this holiday season, we’ve got you covered with Part 2 of our Comic Book Collections Gift Guide!
This March, Jonathan Hickman will team up with legendary artist Ben Oliver to turn the spotlight on the master of magnetism, Magneto!
Gerry Duggan has done a great job in ensuring the feeling of Marauders #1 is right in sync with the world Jonathan Hickman has established.
X-Men #1 is a solid issue building on the foundation that’s been laid out by Jonathan Hickman.
Tomorrow sees the release of X-Men #1, and the fine folks at Marvel has sent over a great trailer to get us psyched.
Today sees the final issue of House of X, the Jonathan Hickman-written X-Men series that’s promised to bring the mutants back to a prime position in the Marvel Universe.
After having read House of X #5 this morning, it felt like more than any other book I’ve read over the last two weeks, this is the one I wanted to tell you about.
Big news just came through from Marvel – a trailer and list of all the new X-titles dropping this fall, as the Jonathan Hickman era of Marvel mutant’s rolls on:
In House of X #4, Jonathan Hickman goes for broke, demonstrating that anything could happen to any of our beloved characters.
Jonathan Hickman’s ‘House of X’ #1 is an exceptional book, one that reveals itself the more times you read it.
Dan Slott had some pressure walking into the hallowed halls of the Baxter Building. Judging by Fantastic Four: Fourever, he’s going to do just fine.