Marvel sent us a sneak peek of All-New X-Men #20 by Brian Michael Bendis, Brandon Peterson, and Mahmud Asrar featuring X-23.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of All-New X-Men #19 by Brian Michael Bendis and Brandon Peterson.
Temporal anomalies are threatening to destroy the future, thanks to the near-death of Cyclops from the past. Now, the X-Men of the future have come back to the present to…
…Wait. The future X-Men of the past…
Um. That’s not…
Skip it. Your Major Spoilers review awaits… More After the Jump
Here we are. The days of the huge, multipart X-Men crossover events return with X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1. What will it be about? Will Doop be in it? Major Spoilers sat down and had a peek. Your review after the jump!
Marvel released a sneak peek of All-New X-Men #6 by Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen, that you can check out, after the jump.
Or – “There’d Be Less Rebuilding If They Didn’t Keep Tearing Characters Down…”
Having read the previous issues of All-New X-Men, I have found myself a little bit fascinated by the concept, and understanding why Marvel editorial wanted to do it in the first place. But does understanding the appeal of the Macguffin make the whole conceit work? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of All New X-Men #8 by Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez.
Or – “Still Not Sure How I Feel About This Idea…”
I have recently realized something very odd that part of me already knew: Marvel Comics is always playing a short-term game. It should really have been obvious during the era of Avengers Assembled, or when Spider-Man’s identity was public knowledge for a year or two, but the editorial stance at the House of Ideas has openly become one of “Do some wacky stuff and we’ll pick up the pieces later.” To that end, we’ve gotten some great stories (parts of Fear Itself, the first thirty-odd issues of New Avengers, and a portion of Amazing Spider-Man, Hickman’s Fantastic Four stuff) and some stories that we’d all like to forget. (Civil War is the most obvious example for me.) Will the high concept of “time-traveling teenage X-Men in the 21st Century” stand with the likes of Invincible Iron Man, or are we in New Warriors territory? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
“The first story of a new era comes to its conclusion. One of the original X-Men will be forever changed!” according to Marvel’s hype machine. Is this issue as epic as they would have you believe? Major Spoilers has your review!
After writing the Avengers for so long, Brian Michael Bendis is taking on the X-Men. So far, it has proven to be the go to X-book for new and old fans alike. The latest issue looks to be a clash between the past and present X-Men. Does it deliver? Major Spoilers has your review.
Marvel Now! is (again) re-launching titles and starting with new number ones. This includes many of the X-books with the big one being All New X-Men. But can this book succeed in bringing new readers into the complicated world of the X-Men? Major Spoilers looks at the latest issue to find out.
They are the original X-Men: Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Angel and Iceman. Created by Professor Charles Xavier to further his goals of peaceful human/mutant co-existence, they protected humanity in a world that hates and fears them. Since their first adventures, many changes have happened. Roster changes, secondary evolutions, deaths, rebirths, and more deaths. How will the original team pulled from their time into the modern world react to their future selves and the current state of Xavier’s dream?