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The cover to Excalibur #12.
You're welcome. Last week, Marvel published four X-books in the last week before the X of Swords crossover: X-Men #12, Excalibur #12, Hellions #4, and Marvel's Snapshots: X-Men #1 The way this column works is that this same intro will appear at the top of each recap, so if you already read this in one of[...]
What Does X-Men Prejudice Against Clones Mean? (Hellions #4 Spoilers)
When we asked "Do the mutants of Krakoa call Mister Sinister "Daddy"? Should they?" Art from Hellions #4. Okay, there was that, but there was one more "What happens when the mutants of Krakoa decide they are prejudiced against clones? Will that just add unnecessary Stryfe to the resurrection protocols?" Because in Hellions #4, you get a[...]
The cover to X-Factor #2
But the X-Men are still cool, and there were four X-books out last week: X-Men #11, iWolverine 2020 #2, Hellions #3, and X-Factor #2 And I'm gonna tell you what happened in every one. Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men[...]
The cover to Hellions #3
But the X-Men are still cool, and there were four X-books out last week: X-Men #11, iWolverine 2020 #2, Hellions #3, and X-Factor #2 And I'm gonna tell you what happened in every one. Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men[...]
X-ual Healing
But the X-Men are still cool, and there were four X-books out last week: X-Men #11, iWolverine 2020 #2, Hellions #3, and X-Factor #2 And I'm gonna tell you what happened in every one. Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men[...]
The cover to iWolverine 2020 #2
But the X-Men are still cool, and there were four X-books out last week: X-Men #11, iWolverine 2020 #2, Hellions #3, and X-Factor #2 And I'm gonna tell you what happened in every one. Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men[...]
The cover to Hellions #2
Five X-books came out last week, so let's get right down to business with Hellions #2 Oh, and by the way, in a new feature, down at the bottom of this week's articles, you'll find a table of contents linking to all the X-ual Healing recaps of the week Go ahead Scroll down and see. Sworn[...]
The cover to Hellions #1 from Marvel Comics, with art by Stephen Segovia and Rain Beredo.
Hellions #1 is written by Zeb Wells with art by Stephen Segovia David Curiel handled colors, with Cory Petit on lettering The series is Marvel's second take on Fallen Angels, which petered out after one storyline It's unfortunate timing to launch a new series, now that the industry is shut down and we don't know[...]
Hellions1-1 copy
Unfortunately, as seen in this preview of Hellions #1, launching next week, not everyone is on the same page. Havok, it seems, is not a fan of sequels. Especially when the sequel in question is the Mutant Massacre, the 1986 X-books crossover in which the Marauders went on a mutant killing spree. But Havok has no tolerance for[...]
Jonathan Hickman
But now they have let it all hang out for the latest Dawn of X title starting in March, from Zeb Wells and Stephen Segovia, Hellions. When the X-Men invited all mutants to Krakoa, they meant ALL mutants, even forgiving the past sins of some of their fiercest enemies Chief among them was Mister Sinister who[...]