Since the events of M-Day, the mutant population has been reduced to a mere handful and no new mutants have been born. But all that changes in the highly-anticipated, extra-sized X-Men: Messiah CompleX One-Shot, from Eisner and Harvey winning "Best Writer" Ed Brubaker and superstar artist Marc Silvestri, when the X-Men discover a new mutant has arrived
Sue Storm's jet crashes in the frozen wastelands of Siberia in Ultimate Fantastic Four #47, kicking off Ghosts, a brand new three-part story arc by acclaimed writer Mike Carey (X-Men) and fan-favorite penciler Mark Brooks (Ultimate Spider-Man Annuals)
Beast has traveled the world-and peered into the future-to solve the mutant crisis in the red-hot Endangered Species! As each new chapter has appeared in the back of X-Men, Uncanny X-Men, New X-Men and X-Factor, Beast has been unable to reverse the effects of M-Day, the event that left many mutants de-powered and has prevented further mutant births
Since the now classic X-Men #200, the X-Men have been on the run from the newly reformed-and deadlier-Marauders! But in X-Men #203, written by acclaimed scribe Mike Carey and featuring the art of Humberto Ramos, the X-Men take the fight to their enemies
Mike Carey is a busy guy. He's currently scribing two new Vertigo series, FAKER and CROSSING MIDNIGHT. DC also just published his contribution to the Minx line, RE-GIFTERS, with a second, CONFESSIONS OF A BLABBERMOUTH to be released on September 12th...
Much as I enjoyed the MoCCA programming yesterday, I made a conscious decision not to spend as much time in panels today, so as to spend more time walking the floor and picking up cool looking books. I limited myself to just two panels --Shelly Bond's too-early-in-the-morning Minx panel and the Joe Matt spotlight which Clayton blogged earlier-- and spent the rest of the day soaking up (and picking up) the indie comics goodness that was abundant in four rooms of the Puck building...
After years of planning and waiting, the frightening Isolationist finally leaves his castle of ice to hunt down the man known as Jamie Madrox in X-Factor #21. But is the Isolationist a friend or foe to the X-Factor
Mutants. They are on the verge of extinction. Since the end of House of M, there has not been a single mutant birth and each death brings the mutant population closer to zero. In June's X-Men: Endangered Species One-Shot, another mutant's name gets crossed off the list
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