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.
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.
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.
Zeb Wells and Gurihiru depict the lives of heroes like Captain Marvel, the Hulk, and many others as they have to stay inside, just like you and me.
‘X of Swords’ managed to deliver a good, epic story, while ultimately setting up the next run of X-stories.