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All The X-Men Books Jonathan Hickman Never Got To Launch
But what else did Jonathan Hickman end up missing out on? Generation X – I feel like the whole Generation X cast was fantastic, I mean just fantastic and for some reason we never got to it… it's the eternal youth problem of Marvel time and they happen in a really small window Whenever you compress[...]
Original X-Men Art Auction, Chris Bachalo, Joe Madueira, Simone Bianchi
But we begin with a page from the original run of Generation X. X-Men Art Auction – Chris Bachalo, Joe Madureira, Simone Bianchi, More Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham Generation X #4 Story Page 1 Original Art (Marvel, 1995) Banshee, Skin, Synch, Jubilee, and M brace for trouble as they approach a police blockade on this page from this[...]
Keanu Reeves attends a photocall promoting the film 'A Scanner Darkly' at the Palais des Festivals during the 59th Cannes Film Festival on May 25, 2006 in Cannes, France. Editorial credit: Denis Makarenko /
Generation X is known mostly for invisibility, remaining primarily absent in the great generational war between Millennials and Boomers But the slacker generation has finally found the motivation to needed to get mad at people of a different age group from them All it took was for pseudo-intellectual stalwart The Atlantic to publish a smarmy[...]
X-ual Healing: Gen-EXXed, the Alternative Comics Generation X Reboot
James McFarland and Jaromir/Jeremy Stoll, it's Gen-EXXed, a parody revival of the 1990s Generation X series, described as: This 24 page oversized fanfic story shows your favorite comic teenagers moving to a small town, setting up a new home together, and getting a damn day job Damn kids! (Note: We took photos of the book with a[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – All Good Things Must End, Like Generation X #87
We make no promises about the use of your time, however, which will still be poorly spent. This week, the X-books are: Generation X #87, X-Men Gold #22, Astonishing X-Men #8, Deadpool vs Old Man Logan #5, and… *shudders*… Venom #162, which we have to read because it's crossing over with X-Men Blue for the Poison[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – Burn, Baby, Burn in Generation X #86 [Spoilers]
This week, we've got X-Men: Gold #20, Weapon X #13, All-New Wolverine #29, Generation X #86, and Deadpool vs Old Man Logan #4 You can see read every X-Men: Bland Design column going back to the very beginning (which was last week) at this link. Next up is Generation X #86… Generation X #86 Writer: Christina Strain Artist: Amilcar[...]
On the Victims of the Marvel Cancellation Bloodbath
Since the speculation began, many of the titles that we speculated had received the chop have been confirmed, and even some that we hadn't come to speculate on yet. Books receiving their notice included Generation X, Gwenpool, Luke Cage, Iceman, Hawkeye, and America For me, as I began to see the scale of books affected, one[...]
luke cage david f. walker
Walker has had a terrible streak of premature comic cancellations between this, the excellent Occupy Avengers, and the quite good Nighthawk. Power Man and Iron Fist had a decent lifespan, and it only seemed to end so that Marvel could double down on the characters with their own comics. I'm also angry because Marvel is slaughtering books right now, many of[...]
generation x #87
Marvel's March 2018 solicits are revealing an awful lot of things for what readers can expect, and there are a huge amount of changes taking place in the lineup of titles at the publisher. It would seem from its complete lack of appearance in the March 2018 solicits, Generation X is cancelled after February's 87th issue. (Naturally,[...]
Generation X
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Here we are again, another month, another issue of Generation X And I'm sure many of you might be wondering, will this be another month of Joe bemoaning how the series holds little in common with the original series beyond a name and seems counter to the spirit of what the X-Men are in[...]
Gen X
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] As anyone following along with my reviews and discussions of Generation X know, Gen X means a lot to me (it's the comic that got me into comics) and I have not been overly fond of the new Generation X series, which has felt world's apart from the original. However, the last issue marked an[...]
Generation X
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Generation X #4 Oh, Generation X The book that holds a special place in my heart At least, the original run We were promised that the return of Generation X as part of ResurrXion would give readers the nostalgia for fond memories of comics past when they fell in love with the world of[...]
What Do Those Marvel Legacy Titles Mean?
So, could the titular man called X be a certain Professor X, Charles Francis Xavier? Remember, this title is part of ResurrXion too. Generation X will have an arc called 'OG Gen X', as it reverts to it's classic numbering of issue 85 This one is particularly interesting as it would imply an arc focusing on[...]
Astonishing X-Men Leads To Something Significant And New
If Xavier is the resurrection in question, maybe he brings some teen mutants together to be the new X-Men of tomorrow. After all, so far at the moment as far as young X-Men go, we have a group that actually consists of teenage time displaced versions of the original X-Men (X-Men Blue) and a group of[...]
Generation X
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] You may know from a couple times I may have mentioned it on here, I'm kinda a big fan of Generation X, the classic Scott Lobdell and Chris Bachalo created series that basically got me into comics. And so when as part of ResurrXion, Marvel announced a new Generation X, by Christina Strain and Amilcar[...]
Generation X Reunions In ResurrXion
Art by Chris Bachalo Yesterday saw a new X-Position chat over at CBR, where the site gets to chat with Marvel, eXclusively, about the X-Men books. This particular instalment is part one in a chat with the X-Editors, Mark Paniccia, Daniel Ketchum and Christina Harrinton, about what we can expect in the upcoming ResurrXion of the line,[...]
Ken Lashley On X-Men Prime For ResurrXion – And All The Writers Join In
As Mark Paniccia says, "Magneto sees that as an opportunity he wants to seize. He makes a deal with them to take down anyone who's going to pose a threat and disrupt the chance to have a peaceful, if not, neutral relationship with humanity." It's not clarified if 'see mutants as less of a threat' is meant to[...]
Why Does Comic Book Resources Hate Scott Lobdell?
On Wednesday, Eisner Award winning website Comic Book Resources posted a fifteen page slideshow listicle titled "X-Men: Why Generation X Was THE Mutant Comic Of The '90s." Arming ourselves with the most advanced adblocker technology we could get our hands on, we braved all fifteen slides to see what CBR had to say, and came[...]
One In The Chamber – A Generation X Fan's Reaction Across The Decades
By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent  I'll start this with an important fact that may explain something about Generation X and what it means to me. Generation X was the first comic book that I ever bought and, eventually, seriously collected Generation X, to this day, is the reason I a) fell in love with[...]
Could It Be… Generation X From Brian Wood And Kris Anka? (UPDATE)
Remind you of… …at all? Plus from CBR's X-Position; txgohan is pining for a reunion between old members of Generation X. With M being brought in on Storm's team and working together with Ms Jubilee again, can we please get a full on Generation X reunion and put these characters back together? I love the fact that M[...]