Thanksgiving is a time for family. So what do superheroes with families do? Here are seven super families that make the holidays work.
THE DEATH OF WOLVERINE sees Marvel end Wolverine’s life. Charles Soule weaves a story of regret and redemption, paying homage to Logan’s legacy.
X-MEN is best known as a metaphor for advancing different cultural groups. However, they’ve done a lot for women along the way.
ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #30 weaves a tale of redemption and bloodshed. Tom Taylor gives Laura a new mission along with the Children of X.
Marvel revealed it’s newest crossover titled POISON X! It will star the X-Men and Venom as they fight against the destructive force called the Poison! POISON X will start in X-MEN BLUE: ANNUAL #1 coming out this January!
The X-Mansion is an integral part of X-Men lore. It is where Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters and the titular X-Men operate. The school has undergone quite a few changes throughout the years. Here’s a history of Charles Xavier’s home for mutants.
Creating diverse characters can be a struggle, but there was a time when Marvel’s X-Men and DC’s Teen Titans became flag-bearers for change. See here how two superhero teams stood for diversity and maturity in the ’80s!
X-MEN is an extremely successful film franchise however, it has often struggled to develop some its core character. Instead, the films have focused on the character of Wolverine. The movies have to establish characters like Cyclops, Storm, and Jean Grey so the audience can have characters they emotionally connect to.
X-MEN is one of the quintessential 90’s kids TV shows. But which episodes are the best? Writer Eric Nierstedt gives his ten favorite episodes. Everything from alternate futures to Wolverine’s origin to Spider-Man is explored here!