Uncanny X-Men is set to relaunch in November with an all-new #1 issue from writer Kieron Gillen and artist Carlos Pacheco where Cyclops assembles his all-new X-Tinction Team of X-Men and things finally come to a head with Mr. Sinister. (Sorry.) Marve
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In typically cryptic fashion, Marvel Comics released Monday morning a couple of teaser images designed to make us talk about future publishing events -- and it worked! The first image reveals a new logo for Uncanny X-Men, the venerable mutant series that relaunches in November with a new issue #1 by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Carlos Pacheco. The teaser features a fully visible Emma Frost standing in front of blacked out figures, one of whom appears to
We reported last week on the forthcoming end of the long-running Uncanny X-Men comic, but like most superhero demises -- especially where the X-Men are involved -- a Phoenix-esque resurrection is just around the corner. This morning, Marvel Comics announced that the X-Men franchise will experience a "regenesis" (not a
The Spring of 2011 is going to be an especially eventful one for Marvel Comics fans, particularly those fond of writers Matt Fraction and Kieron Gillen and their work with the X-Men and Thor franchises. Fraction and Stuart Immonen's Fear Itself storyline begins in March, while April sees not just the p
Marvel announced today that "Thor" writer Kieron Gillen will be joining Matt Fraction as the co-writer of "Uncanny X-Men" this December in issue #531 where the X-Men will face the loss of their powers thanks to the Sublime Corporation. This isn't the only overlap between the work of the two
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
SO. SPACE. HOW WAS THAT. NICE? IT SOUNDS NICE -- Uncanny X-Men 522
Sure, riding inside a giant bullet speeding through the depths of space at a pace approaching the speed of light seems like it would be fun. But the sound of your own voice yelling "Wheeeeeeeeee!!" gets boring
I still remember the first time I saw a hookup chart -- a map of potential STD transmission that snaked its way through the entire population of my school like some sort of terrible Ouroboros. It was a horrifying thing to behold -- yet impossible to look away.
Since love affairs in comics are often as dramatic and convolu