In honor of Women’s History Month, ComicsVerse is celebrating one of the greatest X-Men heroes: Polaris.
Drag out your old UNCANNY X-MEN back issues — you’ll need them if you’re reading X-MEN BLUE #23!
X-MEN BLUE #15 takes readers on an enticing adventure that fails to have a single dull moment.
X-MEN BLUE #11 showcases all the reasons why the series has been a hit so far as the installment depicts some beautiful artwork within its panels as well as a page-turning narrative that will leave you anticipating what is in store for our young mutants.
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.
X-MEN BLUE #9 presents another exciting tie-in with Secret Empire in which our beloved team faces unfamiliar challenges brought on by familiar faces.
The X-MEN BLUE series has been a home run so far, and the eighth issue is no different.
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 BLUE #7 is a darker issue in this consistently light-hearted series. We find our young team challenged by the harsh realities of their universe as well as former allies. How do the X-Men fare in the face of this new challenge? Find out here!