In March 1941, comic book legends Jack Kirby and Joe Simon introduced the world to Steve Rogers in the Hitler-punching Captain America Comics #1. Now,
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The upcoming Incoming #1 from Marvel comics was solicited with a brace of writers, Al Ewing. Dan Slott, Chip Zdarsky, Kelly Thompson, Greg Pak, Eve L.
The House Of X/Powers Of X collected hardcover lined up for Christmas may be slightly heavier on the wallet than expected. But also heavier in the hands.
As Jonathan Hickman's relaunch of the X-Men draws ever closer, Marvel has revealed six new character design sheets by artist R.B. Silva for new mutants
Last week, we got to see some of the artwork for Jonathan Hickman's upcoming X-Men relaunch, from Powers of X by R.B. Silva and House of X by Pepe Larraz.
In July, for better or worse, Jonathan Hickman's House of X (art by Pepe Larraz) and Powers of X (art by R.B. Silva) will kick off a brand new era of
This leg of the Hunt for Wolverine leads the New Avengers to a research facility belonging to Mister Sinister. Does it make for a good read?
The Adamantium Agenda rolls on with the reformed New Avengers fights Mister Sinister in the submarine. Is it a good read?
Adamantium Agenda finds the New Avengers trying to retrieve the DNA of Danielle Cage, the daughter of Luke and Jessica. Is it a good read?
The Adamantium Agenda brings together New Avengers Iron Man, Spider-Man, Luke Cage, and Jessica Jones to hunt for the remains of Wolverine in a black-market auction. Does it make for a good read?
Welcome to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly column that answers the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” Let's continue with a look at X-Men Blue #20.
Welcome back to X-Men: Bland Design, the column where we rip off Ed Piskor's X-Men: Grand Design, except instead of recapping the good old issues of X-Men, we'll recap the new ones that come out each week. Here's X-Men Blue #19!
With today's X-Men Blue, we might just get a hint that it really is the case that absolutely no one likes the 'Jubilee is a vampire' character development.
X-Men: Blue meets the X-Men of 2099 in this trip to the future. Unfortunately, 2099 is ruled by Alchemax, and it may be their fault. Is it a good read?
Generations: The Phoenix by Cullen Bunn, R B Silva, Adriano Di Benedetto and Rain Beredo is a fun story, but does it hint to Marvel Legacy at all?