After all, it ends with Professor X and Krakoa taking in a new citizen. Credit: Marvel Even though, apparently, she won;t be allowed to post about her experience on social media from the island Restrictive free speech, much? Credit: Marvel Oh yes and Cain Marko is not allowed to come as he's not a mutant[...]
Class is in session as XM Studios announces a new Marvel statue featuring the leader of the X-Men, Professor X Professor X's role has recently changed if you are reading the new X-Men comics but it wasn't always like that Like most comic book characters, the Professor has gone Over many cosmetic changes throughout X-Men[...]
Coming out of X-Men Apocalypse, Professor X and Magneto are ready to take on a god These Cosbaby figures are packed with detail that any X-Men fan could love Professor X is posed in a telekinetic stance and will include a backdrop for display Magneto on the other hand has a couple of tricks up[...]
This issue was a gem as Magneto, Professor X and Apocalypse basically sit face to face with the nations of man and talk about their momma in the most polite, congenial and friendly possible way while also coordinating enormous amounts of violence all around This book is smart in all the right ways and shows[...]
If only the future Professor X had learned to be happy with his lot in life, if only he hadn't allowed his hubris fuel his loneliness, the Xavier family might have known some happiness. Hubris Love Folly These are the recurring themes of Legion, and "Chapter 22" has all three spinning like plates throughout. Charles finds someone[...]
At long last, we've got our first look at FX seriesÂ Legion's version of David's (Dan Stevens) father, Professor Charles Xavier (played by Harry Lloyd).
Since the Marvel Legends rides series was introduced last year, the only one anyone would ask about or demand was a Professor X in his hover chair probably the most definitive version of the character, he rode around in that big yellow ting in the 90's and into our hearts forever hasbro is one to[...]
Power-mad Marvel Editor Jordan White hosted the former Twitter hashtag known as #XMenMonday for the second week at Adventures in Poor Taste, and he used the opportunity to tease the return of an important X-Men character: Professor X! The professor has technically been floating around the Marvel Universe as X, a psychically resurrected version of himself[...]
While we're still dealing with the news that FX will NOT be ordered a fourth season of Noah Hawley's fantastic X-Men tv series Legion, we've now got to come to terms with Professor Xavier coming to the show too. It was just announced hat Game of Thrones alum Harry Lloyd will be playing Professor X (David's father) for the[...]
If/when the Disney acquisition of FOX goes through, it'll mean some pretty big Marvel implications and additions to the already well-established Marvel
Professor X will comes with his hover chair and a swappable head This has been a long requested figure in this line, and when it was shown off at last years SDCC panel it got the loudest cheers in the room The other is a Deadpool Corps set with Deadpool, a moped, Dogpool, Squirrel Pool,[...]
The jury is still out on just how high X-Men fan expectations should be for FOX's upcoming Dark Phoenix film, but we have to say, this new poster is pretty great. The comics-inspired one sheet was released during Brazil Comic Con, and features the likenesses of James McAvoy as Professor Xaiver, Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, and Michael Fassbender as[...]
In Mr. and Mrs. X, by Kelly Thompson and Oscar Bazaldua,Â newlyweds Rogue and Gambit are doing their best to enjoy a honeymoon in space that's gone
He claims to want to reconnect with them, but X-Men have their suspicions about this version of Professor X Something is going down in the town of Lago. Astonishing X-Men Annual #1 cover by Rod Reis There were times, while reading Astonishing X-Men Annual #1, when I wanted to dislike this comic It's another Matthew Rosenberg X-Men[...]
The Astonishing X-Men face down the Shadow King once again in this finale to Charles Soule's tenure on the title. Is it a good read?