Women, in general, seemed to take a hit in 2016. ComicsVerse has decided to turn the tables and celebrate the X-Men women in a post-Trump world.
Was Emma Frost right? In INHUMANS VS. X-MEN, Emma Frost led the charge in a fight against the Inhumans based on false pretenses.
A crew of young X-Men fans participates in a discussion about X-Men’s civil rights metaphor and the equality message translating to their generation.
This podcast examines the significance of X-Men’s Lorna Dane aka Polaris, investigating her origins in the 1960’s as well as her role as Magneto’s daughter.
I went into the interview knowing Polaris is a superhero. By the time the interview finished, I left knowing Emma Dumont is a superhero too.
ComicsVerse discusses the rise and fall of the time-displaced teenage Jean Grey from Dennis Hopeless’s JEAN GREY published by Marvel.
Reality’s breakdown means a host of new memories for the once semi-faithful Northstar.
Nate Grey’s fabricated reality is beginning to tear at the seams. Will his “mother” Jean Grey be the one to end it for good?
UNCANNY X-MEN #18 brings more two more pink slips, many more deaths, and one cleverly concocted scheme via the new Black King.