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.
FX’s Legion television series has captured the minds and imagination of comic (and non-comic) book fans around the country. After each week’s episode, my Twitter timeline blows up with people Tweeting how good the show is, and how they want to see a new episode right away. For those that don’t want the series to end, you are in luck as FX has renewed Legion for a second season.
The road to storytelling diversity is a long and winding one, and even with the Ms. Marvels, Statics and Kevin Kellers we have, there’s still a lot of ground to cover. Of course, that doesn’t mean that the history of comics is entirely devoid of progress. Welcome to Ten Things!
What’s going on with the X-Men? Fox has ordered a new series from Bryan Singer and company set in the X-Men universe.
The X-Men eXplosion eXpands this Spring when Marvel rolls out Jean Grey’s solo series from Dennis Hopless and Victor Ibanez.
The x-Men are returning to Marvel in a big way. It started with X-Men Blue and X-Men Gold, followed by the announcement that Iceman is getting his own series. Now Marvel Comics has announced the return of Generation X as part of the ResurrXion event.