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Bishop Debuts In Uncanny X-Men #283, Taking Bids At Heritage
The comics version has an awesome design, and his full debut in Uncanny X-Men #283 is an issue most need in their collection A CGC 9.8 copy is taking bids today on Heritage Auctions, and as of this writing is sitting at only $62 Check out the Bishop goodness below. Credit Heritage Auctions Bishop Is A Fan[...]
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(Those five comics are something to talk about at a later date.) However, in 1983 the most popular Marvel comic book was the Uncanny X-Men, so guess who got the sixth Dallas Time Herald Marvel comic? Promotional Poster Obscure Comics: The Uncanny X-Men at The State Fair of Texas Set right after the most famous Kitty Pride issue ever,[...]
Bishop's Marvel Comics Debut In CGC 9.8 Taking Bids At Heritage
Does anyone else think Roman Reigns could play him? Anyway, his debut in Uncanny X-Men #282 has a CGC 9.8 copy taking bids at Heritage Auctions today, and Bishop is one of those keys that, surprisingly, you can invest in and feel good about it Check out the book below. Credit Heritage Auctions Give Me Cable Over[...]
When Is A first Appearance Of Gambit Not A First Appearance Of Gambit?
There are two contenders, Uncanny X-Men Annual #14 and Uncanny X-Men #266 Now, be in no doubt, chronologically, it's X-Men #266 That was definitely meant to be his first appearance, written by Chris Claremont, drawn by Mike Collins with a Jim Lee cover. However, Uncanny X-Men Annual #14 by Chris Claremont and Art Adams was published[...]
First Appearance Of Kitty Pryde, Emma Frost On Auction At Heritage
Heritage Auctions Sponsored Post Maybe one of the most underrated key comics from Marvel Comics, Uncanny X-Men #129 features the first appearances of Kitty Pryde, Emma Frost, and the Hellfire Club So, only two of the most impactful mutant characters ever Personally, Kitty is my favorite mutant character, and I have always wanted to snag a[...]
2019 Wolverine's Weiner X-Pick of the Year: Most Canceled X-Men Comic
As we enter the new year of 2020, and a new decade, it's time to look back on 2019 and celebrate the X-Men franchise with the Wolverine's Weiner X-Picks of the Year, a grilled-meat-themed honor unmatched in all of comicsdom. Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned[...]
Cable Travels to 2019 with Iron Studios Exclusive Statue
Cable made his debut in Uncanny X-Men 98 He's been a fan-favorite character in the world of Marvel Comics ever since It looks like Iron Studios is getting a statue of him that will be an event exclusive No details on what the event exclusive is but this statue are beautiful It gives us a[...]
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There was the moment during Inferno from Uncanny X-Men #242 by Chris Claremont and Marc Silvestri where Storm first met Jean Grey after her first back-from-the-dead moment… Now… the only other question to ask is how did Wolverine get his adamantium back? HOUSE OF X #5 (OF 6) (W) Jonathan Hickman (A/CA) Pepe Larraz Xavier's dream turns deadly for some[...]
Marvel Solicit Covers... temp
First up, in Uncanny X-Men #266, we find Storm, reverted to a child after being kidnapped from the X-Men's Outback base by Nanny, hunted by the Shadow King And who is there to save her but Gambit, in his first full appearance, kicking off a short-term partnership but a lifelong friendship. And yeah, there will be[...]
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And if you've been reading Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larocca's Uncanny X-Men, it probably looks a lot different than you'd expect That's because the confirmed rosters of the new X-Books feature multiple characters that were recently killed off in Uncanny X-Men. Let's take a look at the mutants who were featured in today's announcements that are[...]
Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview
After a grueling 22 issues and even more shocking character deaths, the current volume of Uncanny X-Men came to a close on Wednesday with Uncanny X-Men #22 Did bloodthirsty writer Matthew Rosenberg kill off more characters in this issue? You bet he did But that doesn't mean there wasn't at least one happy moment too. Scroll[...]
Matthew Rosenberg Says It Was Painful to Kill Off So Many X-Men
With the rate at which Uncanny X-Men writer Matthew Rosenberg has been killing off characters, you might be tempted to think he enjoys it That's apparently not the case, according to Rosenberg himself Answering questions in this week's X-Men Monday column at Adventures in Poor Taste, Rosenberg was asked about the wanton character deaths during[...]
Uncanny X-Men #22: Blaming Cyclops for Everything [Preview]
But here we are, with the Uncanny X-Men reboot ending to make way for the next reboot, and Marvel is right back to crapping all over the best mutant, as we see in this preview of Uncanny X-Men #22… How is any of this Cyclops' fault? As if Dani Moonstar's attacks weren't enough, Scott's own brother has[...]
The End is Near [X-ual Healing 7-3-19]
Let's get to the recaps of the four X-Men comics that came out last week… well, three, actually, but for whatever reason, DCBS didn't send me NextGen #5 until last week, so that one is getting thrown in here too. Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned[...]
X-ual Healing
Yay! Lots to unpack here, six issues and over 3500 words of recap, so let's jump right in. Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what[...]