Generation X appears to have met the chopping block, with February 2018's 87th issue being the last solicited issue in the series.
Review of Generation X #8 from Marvel Comics by Christina Strain, Amilcar Pinna, Felipe Sobreiro and VC's Clayton Cowles as the series gets a refresh.
Review of Generation X #7 from Marvel Comics by Christina Strain, Eric Koda and Felipe Sobreiro, which is the best issue of the series to date.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Generation X #6 is the latest issue of the series that, as you may know, I have had some problems with since ResurrXion I adored the original Generation X, but this volume was just not scratching the same itch for me. However, Generation X #6….well, I actually really enjoyed it. Generation X #6 cover by Terry[...]
Review of Iceman #5 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Alessandro Vitti, and Rachelle Rosenberg. A vital and stunning issue; an absolute must-read.
Joe Glass writes: Marvel brings the ResurrXion panel to Sunday at SDCC, as editor Nick Lowe introduces writers Sina Grace, Marc Guggenheim and Christina Strain to talk about all things X-Men and ResurrXion. The panel did start a little late, following as it did from a popular Jack Kirby tribute panel, but then the show got on[...]
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 X As someone who missed Generation X, the feel of the series and the characters. Generation X #4 cover by Terry Dodson and[...]
It's doing what seems to have been the goal of ResurrXion: bringing nostalgia while still moving forward. Another way it does this is the use of characters outside the usual team, as we see Anole, Rockslide, and Dust used in significant scenes and supporting roles It always makes for greater, more immersive X-Men stories when you can[...]
[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[...]
We review the first issue of Marvel's first ongoing solo series featuring a lead gay male character, and the first for frosty mutant Iceman!
Cover by Kevin Wada We've been promised a brand new, first-time ongoing for Iceman as part of Marvel's ResurrXion plans since the very start, and we are now edging ever closer to Sina Grace and Alessandro Vitti's new series hitting the shelves One featuring a gay male protagonist, no less. So far, most of the previews have[...]
Whilst we've known since the early days of ResurrXion marketing that Black Bolt would see the titular character in an intergalactic prison, the reason for his incarceration was unclear And no, he's not a Nazi. Similarly, it may have left readers wondering where Black Bolt's series, by Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward, fits in with Royals[...]
A while back, when news broke about the new Astonishing X-Men series from Charles Soule and a rotating cavalcade of various artists, I posited a theory as
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cover by Greg Land, Jay Leisten and Frank D'Armata Continuing the ResurrXion X-Men relaunch, we have Weapon X from Greg Pak, Greg Land, Jay Leisten and Frank D'Armata I'm generally not overall a fan of the darker, 'team of killers' X-books, but there have been some exceptions I feel this may be one of them. Pak's[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cover by Art Adams & Peter Steigerwald Well, after the week since the release of X-Men Gold #1 and the controversy that the book and big ResurrXion relaunch found itself mired in, it's easy to see how the other books part of this relaunch could find themselves lost in the kerfuffle. It would be a massive[...]