It’s a Summers’ family reunion in UNCANNY X-MEN #15 with the return of everyone’s favorite (or least favorite) gunslinging mutant messiah, Hope.
It’s the biggest fight or die situation the X-Men have ever been in. Will they defeat Ahab in EXTERMINATION #5?
When Cyclops’ father is captured by symbiote-infested pirates, it’s up to the Blue team and Venom to save him in X-MEN BLUE #21.
Emma Frost seems easy to define: ice cold, emotionless White Queen. But is there more to her than we’d like to admit? A study of her traumatic past and recent reckless ventures shows an emotionally vulnerable character that’s very different from the Emma Frost we thought we knew.
EXTRAORDINARY X-MEN has, thus far, been a book that many people criticized for having a weirdly slow pace and taking too much time to “bring the band together”. In this issue though, after Colossus realizes what horrible plan Sinister has for him and his sister and Jean, Logan and the other X-Men manage to defeat demons of Limbo and secure X-Haven once again, the team unites in a battle against the Marauders – only to find out about the entirety of what – or whom – Essex has been experimenting on…
It’s issue two of Hopeless’ and Bagley’s light-hearted and joyful teenage X-title – issue one of which I really enjoyed for having lower stakes than other X-titles on the market as well as introducing antagonists with interesting political implications. Does #2 live up to this really enjoyable debut?