PRESS RELEASE When Jean Grey died heroically in Grant Morrison’s epic run of NEW X-MEN, she left a void among her mutant family – and in the world. For over a decade, the X-Men have lived with the fact that Jean Grey is no longer with them as a team member and a friend – and now, this winter, adult Jean Grey will live again, in a return fans have been demanding for years.
Announced at the San Diego Comic Con, Ed Piskor’s X-Men: Grand Design plans to tell the entire history of the X-Men in six 40-page issues. It’s a great project, and it finally arrives in December.
With his own teenage self brought into the present by time travel shenanigans, the founding X-Man known as Iceman has to come to grips with being a mutant and recent revelations about himself… Will Bobby Drake be up to this brave new world? Your Major Spoilers review of Iceman #1 awaits!
Marvel is taking us back to the good ol’ days, when X-Men trading cards ruled the day. The good ol’ days are coming back with a series of trading card variants from Jim Lee.
In honor of Jean Grey’s first ongoing series, it seemed like a good time to touch on an important bit of Marvel lore: Clones, swerves and all-powerful alien simulacra aside, and regardless of what internet wags would have you believe, Miss Grey has actually died exactly once… This is that story. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of New X-Men #150 awaits!
The wait is over. The X-Men have returned, full-force, to the Marvel Universe, including a solo series for the one founding member who has never had her own. But there’s some unfinished cosmic business in Jean Grey’s future… Your Major Spoilers review of Jean Grey #1 awaits!
Did you hear the X-Men are back? That means all sorts of X-Men titles on the way including this sneak peek of Generation X #1!
With the X-Men back at Marvel, it’s time to bring about a new wave of variant covers to celebrate Astonishing X-Men #1.
We’ve already seen the Jim Lee variant cover to X-Men Blue #1, and we know Cullen Bunn is all over the series. Today, we have a first lettered preview of the issue that arrives in April.
When X-Men ResurrXion launches in April, the variant covers to X-Men Gold #1 and X-Men Blue #1 are going to look very familiar. Marvel has announced it has hired Jim Lee to remaster the classic covers.