Avengers vs. X-Men Archives

When Captain America led the Avengers to invade the sovereign mutant nation of Utopia in 2012, demanding that the X-Men hand over innocent teenager Hope Summers to be imprisoned on the moon for crimes she might one day commit under the influence of a bird-themed cosmic space god, The Phoenix Force, it kicked off one of the most infamous super-mega-crossover events in history: Avengers vs. X-Men. Of course, that was only the beginning of the atrocities committed by the Avengers, who were treated by Marvel as the heroes of Avengers vs. X-Men despite being the clear villains. Iron Man caused the Phoenix Force to be split into five parts, each infecting different X-Men known as the Phoenix Five. Together, Cyclops, Emma Frost, Colossus, Magik, and Namor created a paradise and ended all war on Earth, but, jealous of their success, the Avengers battled to tear it all down. Unfortunately, at that time, rival movie studio Fox held the movie and television rights to the X-Men, necessitating that the X-Men be relegated to a second-class franchise, their characters defamed, a process which continued until Marvel's parent company, Disney, announced it was buying Fox in 2018. An old saying goes: it takes a village to raise a child, and it takes a village of comic book creators to write a super-mega-crossover event like this one. Creators involved in Avengers vs. X-Men included Jason Aaron, "The Great One" Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, Jonathan Hickman, Matt Fraction, John Romita Jr., Olivier Coipel, and Adam Kubert.

The Problem With Heroes Vs. Heroes
By Joe Glass Next week, Civil War II ends, thus ending yet another heroes vs. heroes line-wide mega-event. Of course, we already have Inhumans vs. X-Men
What If The X-Men Were Right?
Tomorrow, Marvel publishes the final issue of Avengers Vs X-Men #12 in which Dark Phoenix Cyclops will probably be defeated by the Avengers and the
The Many Deaths Of… (SPOILERS)
Okay, we're fighting a losing battle. Marvel have even sent a press release out. Nevertheless we are still vaguely trying to hold on to our non-spoilerness, wherever possible, even in the face of much pressure. So, you know, spoilers.