HoX #5 reveals a world changing new power mutants possess while Krakoa continues to grow as a nation. Could their new power mean the end of mutant kind?! Find out in our latest installment of the HoX-PoX Check!
X-MEN GOLD #26 would be a stellar issue if it only stripped down some if its more redundant subplots.
Will DEADPOOL 2 open the doors for a Fox Cinematic Universe?
Marvel announced X-MEN GRAND DESIGN today, an upcoming six-issue series that looks to retell the early days of X-MEN lore. Written by Eisner Award Winner Ed Piskor, the series looks to recapture the cultural relevance and entertaining stories of the original series.
INHUUMANS VS X-MEN #0 appears to be an attempt at dragging an event out in order to capitalize on completionists. While its plot could’ve been accomplished in a fragment of the comic’s 36 pages, writer Charles Soule does an excellent job portraying Emma Frost post-Cylcops’ death. Yet another prelude to INHUMANS VS X-MEN, this comic is redeemed by Soule’s magnificent characterization, and the impeccable artwork by Kenneth Rocafort and Dan Brown.
Cullen Bunn and Greg Land are setting the tracks for the finale to their first story arc in UNCANNY X-MEN #4.
It’s still rough times for the X-Men. And after defeating Sinister and his Marauders, Storm and her team find themselves facing a part-Inhuman version of Scott Summers – an experiment gone wrong or one of their oldest friends? Will the mutants manage to rescue their friends Illyana and Kurt, and what does the future of mutantkind look like after this book’s first story arc concludes?