X-ual Healing - The Weekly X-Men Recap Column Archives
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 they do best: being objectively the best franchise in comics.
Each week, armed with the joy, heartbreak, and frustration of 30+ years of reading X-Men comics, we read every new X-book that comes out, recap the events, provide some back-links to Marvel Unlimited, and wonder when Marvel will let Chris Claremont write something again. Seriously, how do you have the greatest writer in the history of comics on the payroll and just not use him for anything?
It’s the way X-Men comics were meant to be read! It’s the column that can only be known as…
Jonathan Hickman leaving the X-books early because nobody wanted to move past the first act of his story is the most comics thing to ever comics.
In The Week in Comics for March 21st, 2021, we look at crypto collectibles, super-mega-crossover events, and holding the line at $5.99. Plus: X-Men recaps!
The Week in Comics: Crypto-Art, Worst Dudes, Crossovers, Variant Covers, and More! Plus: recaps of the X-Men comics.
This week in The Week in Comics: Wolverine's manhoods! Infinite super-mega-crossover events! A cuckold Superman! X-Men recaps! And more!
This week in The Week in Comics: Shazadam, John Byrne, the Snyder Cut, and More! Plus: X-ual Healing X-Men recaps!
This week in the Week in Comics we are joined by Ali Jaffery the Hunk, a man who uncovered a vast comics conspiracy. Plus: X-Men Recaps!
This week in comics, adult graphic novel sales take off, The Comedian is an anti-masker, and are two creators sharing one toupee?!
In The Week in Comics, we revisit stories such as Heroes Reborn, Shazadam, and more. Plus: what happened in Marvel's X-books last week?
Happy MLK Day, everyone! Marvel put out three X-books last week, and we're gonna recap them as usual. Like Dr. King, I too have a dream-- a dream that
In Marauders #17, Emma Frost questions the parentage of Shinobi Shaw. Plus: Storm and Calisto take the logical next step in their friendship.
Marvel still refuses to give Chris Claremont an ongoing series, but at least they put out the Claremont Anniversary special last week.
In the final issue of the Juggernaut mini-series, the titular Juggernaut takes on the for-profit superhuman prison industry.
What would you do to defend the mutant race? For Psylocke, wiping out a different race of sentient beings is on the table in Hellions #8.
Siryn gets offed for the second time in as many issues as X-Factor #6 strives to find meaning in death when death has no meaning.
Wolverine #8 celebrates 350 issues of Wolverine comics in the best way possible: by charging five dollars for this issue.