Another LGBT Character Coming to the X-Books #ResurrXion

This week is round two for CBR's discussion with X-editors Daniel Ketchum, Mark Paniccia, Christina Harrington, and this time including Chris Robinson and Mark Basso. And straight off the bat we're given this little tidbit from Daniel Ketchum – there will be another LGBT character in the X-titles that has not yet been revealed. On […]

Generation X Reunions In ResurrXion

Yesterday saw a new X-Position chat over at CBR, where the site gets to chat with Marvel, eXclusively, about the X-Men books. This particular instalment is part one in a chat with the X-Editors, Mark Paniccia, Daniel Ketchum and Christina Harrinton, about what we can expect in the upcoming ResurrXion of the line, as the […]

Guggenheim: X-Men Relaunch More About "X-Men As Heroes" Than "Struggling Minority"

Marc Guggenheim, writer of X-Men: Gold, one of the two core X-Books spinning out of the post X-Men vs. Inhumans super-mega-crossover event as part of the ResurrXion X-line-wide relaunch (if you understood all of that you read too much comics news), spoke about the upcoming series in an interview on Newsarama. In describing what makes […]

All-New Wolverine Gets All-New Costume For All-New Storyline As Part Of ResurrXion

With all of the new X-Book announcements for the upcoming ResurrXion event, and nothing about All-New Wolverine, fans have wondered what the future held for the mutant formerly known as X-23, and star of the first entertaining Wolverine book in over a decade. Well, wonder no more, because All-New Wolverine's all-new future has been revealed […]

Ken Lashley On X-Men Prime For ResurrXion – And All The Writers Join In

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent  Marvel have decided to release more details (barely) to Entertainment Weekly, about the changes to X-Men coming as part of Spring's ResurrXion. So what is new? The first major addition is that there will be a standalone primer issue called X-Men: Prime, that will be illustrated by […]

Cable Links to the Past – And the ResurrXion is Complete?

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent Well, after an oddly long wait from the week long creative team announcements for all the other ResurrXion X-Men books, we now finally know that the team behind the new Cable book is actually James Robinson and Carlos Pacheco (and presumably a colorist and a letterer at […]

Marvel Remembers ResurrXion Cable Book, Names Robinson, Pacheco As Creative Team

Everyone at Marvel Comics was scrambling around the office this afternoon after somebody realized the publisher forgot to announce any details for its upcoming Cable book last week when it announced all the other X-books that are part of the ResurrXion line. Pulling together whichever creators happened to be standing around in the bullpen, Marvel […]

Reaction: Jean Grey Is NOT Resurrecting

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent  Which is to say, as much as there were probably many a fan hoping for the return of the adult Jean Grey to the Marvel Universe, now dead for around 12 years, ResurrXion's upcoming new Jean Grey solo series is in fact starring teen Jean. Which I […]

One In The Chamber – A Generation X Fan's Reaction Across The Decades

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent  I'll start this with an important fact that may explain something about Generation X and what it means to me. Generation X was the first comic book that I ever bought and, eventually, seriously collected. Generation X, to this day, is the reason I a) fell in […]

Sana Amanat Says Marvel Still Has More X-Men, Inhumans Books To Announce

Marvel Editor Sana Amanat and The Mighty Captain Marvel writer Margeret Stohl joined ABC for their monthly (provided an issue actually makes it out) Civil War 2 live stream chat. Nothing too mind blowing was revealed, but Amanat did drop a subtle hint about Marvel's plans for the X-Books and Inhumans. "Inhumans vs X-Men is […]

Hopeless And Ibanez Bring Out The Phoenix in (Teen) Jean Grey Ongoing for ResurrXion

All week, Marvel has been revealing the details for their previously teased ResurrXion line of X-Men books that will follow the events of Inhumans vs. X-Men. The latest series to finally have its creative team revealed (not that you would know from Newsarama's headline) is Jean Grey, written by Dennis Hopeless with art by Victor […]

The All-Old, All-Similar X-Men, Now Available In Blue And Gold…

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent I had been preparing to write an article listing things I really hoped to see in the X-Men relaunch part of ResurrXion. About the things I felt they really needed to include and, hopefully, get right. I figured there wouldn't be any announcements quite yet, after all, […]

Guggenheim, Syaf, Bunn, Molina Bring You X-Men Blue and X-Men Gold In April 2017

We've known that Marvel is planning to launch a ton of new X-Men books as part of their ResurrXion super-mega-crossover event for some time now, but in typical Marvel fashion, the books were all announced last month without any creative teams or information on what they would be about beyond vague teasers. Perhaps the most […]