Franklin Richards makes a big decision in X-Men Fantastic Four #33 from Marvel Comics. The issue arrives this week.
This week, we review Giant Size X-Men #1 Nightcrawler on the Dueling Review show, and here is your chance to get a sneak peek of the issue before release day.
Sure, lots of fictional characters are rich… but are they SUPER rich? Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Richest Supers!
He’s the best there is at what he does, and what he doe… Whoa. Anybody else having deja vu? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Wolverine #1 awaits!
Announced at C2E2 is X Of Swords, the next big X-Men even coming our way in July 2020.
Rand Bellavia is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory.
With the next big X-Men even about to kick off, the X-Men are going to have their hands full as they face off against an army of mutant undead in Empyre: X-Men.
Free Comic Book Day will be here before we know it, and with everyone prepping…
Are you super excited for X-Men/Fantastic Four #1? If you purchase the digital copy, you can get a director’s cut edition of the issue for no extra money.
In March 2020, Marvel is bringing the Goblin Queen back to shake things up for the X-Men.
In EXCALIBUR #9, this new team set their sights on the Starlight Citadel, home to the enigmatic Saturnyne.
When MARVELS SNAPSHOTS begins in March, fans will get to see Marvel’s greatest characters from the Golden Age to today, in new legendary tales told through the eyes of ordinary people! As curator of this landmark series, Kurt Busiek has handpicked the creative teams for each standalone, double-sized issue and he’s put together an amazing assemblage of talent to tackle April’s issues focusing on Captain America and the X-Men.
Marvel Comics is taking the classic X-Men tale, God Loves, Man Kills and representing it in an all-new extended edition from creators Chris Claremont and Brent Anderson.