X-Men Red and Immortal X-Men forward the A.X.E. Judgment Day event, while Amazing Spider-Man #900 celebrates 60 years of Spidey.
The massive new Fall of the Mutants Omnibus features classic runs from Uncanny X-Men, the New Mutants, and X-Factor that put each team through their paces and found core members dying and status quos changing for all of them.
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.
In X-Men #4 Gerry Duggan does an excellent job diving into the theoretical worst nightmares of both Scott Summers and Jean Grey
The Trail of Magneto puts the titular character at the fore following the death of the Scarlet Witch during the Hellfire Gala.
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.
The Hellfire Gala kicked off this past week with Hellions #12, X-Force #20, and Marauders #20, all of them distinct while also demonstrating the uniformity of the event.
In X-Men #20 Jonathan Hickman delivers a tight story that’s compelling and clearly a building block for the future.
This week, we’re looking at Charles Soule’s Dark Vader series, plus Kurt Busiek takes us back to the world of The Marvels.