This month, Marvel has added new issues of Doctor Strange, Mutant X, and Adventures of the X-Men, in addition to the usual round of time-delayed new comic book releases. Doctor Strange #38-56 features work by Chris Claremont, Roger Stern, Gene Colan, Marshall Rogers, Dan Green, Terry Austin, Ben Sean, Bob Sharen, Tom Orzechowski, Diana Albers, and[...]
mutant x Archives
Well, at least one Summers brother isn't getting the shaft this week… *stares hard at Ed Brisson* Marvel has announced that Mutant X will hit Marvel Unlimited this month, following the release of the first half of a "Complete Collection" in September Since we summarized the series back then, we'll just copy and paste that same description[...]
Fans of alternate universe X-Men stories might be interested to know that Marvel's September solicitations revealed that Mutant X is getting a "Complete Collection" in trade paperback in September Well, to be fair, it's only half a "Complete Collection," but with the promise of a second volume to complete the set. Having nothing to do with[...]
Is Ike Perlmutter's Marvel vs. Fox War Playing Out In Casting Announcements For X-Men And Inhumans TV?
Marvel sold the rights to Fox back in the 90s, when the comic book business was slowly imploding, but the first major skirmish in the conflict came with 2001's Mutant X television series from Marvel, which aimed to work around Fox's ownership of the property, which was of course a totally different concept about Mutants[...]
Hopefully, as a result of this article, someone like Deadline will do the heavy lifting. Or maybe someone will mention it at NYCC? We'll keep our ears open. And looks like soon it may be time to add X-Men to The Strain, The Walking Dead, Daredevil, Flash, Arrow, Constantine, Gotham, Powers, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Luke Cage,[...]