He may have just died (again) in the comic books, but Professor Charles Xavier looks set to live on on the big screen, if a tease from the man who plays him is anything to go by. Yes, Sir Patrick Stewart seems to have given the game away that we'll see him return as everyone's favorite bald telepath before too long.Newsarama has the story that Stew
So yeah, Cyclops kills Professor X.
"When we first crafted Avengers VS. X-Men, we didn't set out to kill any characters but as the story progressed it became obvious that this had to be the last stand of Charles Xavier", said Axel Alonso, Editor in Chief, Marvel Entertainment. "He's one of my f
In today's original comic by Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of the superhero webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again," we're going break down the convoluted history of notable comic book characters in a recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Today's character is about to appear in movie theatres, albeit with a bit more hair than usual: Professor X, the erstwhile leader of the X-Men.
Movies: Spidey keeps it casual in a Nike tracksuit in new images from the Spider-Man reboot set. If I didn't know any better, I'd worry this was somebody's confused grandpa wandering into traffic.
Art: Old school cutaways of the Fantastic Four'
Charles Xavier sure knows how to ride in style - and he knows how to drink, too.
Daniel "Smeeon" Valdez is the inventor of the Steampunk Professor X Wheelchair, a device that truly lives up to its name. According to Valdez, the wheelchair was created by combining an Eastlake Victorian platform rocker built around 1875 wi