Who are the greatest ever X-Men? Over the coming weeks, we’re going to try to answer that question, selecting five X-Men at a time from across the franchise's long history, and pairing up your votes with the opinions of our own panel of highly opinionated X-Men fans. Your scores will be added to ours to determine the top 100 X-Men.
This week, we look at two of the more monstrous students of the last twenty years, one of the original New Mutants, a renegade from the Weapon X project, and a groundbreaking character who made his debut in Alpha Flight.
Marvel has announced a new X-Force series, set to launch in February, as part of the publisher's All-New Marvel Now initiative. Despite the prominent presence of Cable, the new X-Force won't be "a steroidal macho-fest," says writer Si Spurrier, also of X-Men Legacy.
"It's a slick, nasty, oh-so-grim beast that'll cut your throat and blow up your headquarters before you even know it's there," he told USA Today.
The X-Men have been through some pretty rough stuff. That's actually kind of their deal; "going through rough stuff" is the default setting for those mutants, and the only time they're not going through rough stuff is when they've either just finished going through something terrible or are just about to go through something terrible, two states that tend to coexist on two or three pages about twice a year...
The ComicsAlliance staff was deeply saddened today by the death of Adam Yauch, better known as MCA of the Beastie Boys. With a career that spanned over 30 years, Yauch leaves behind a legacy of music, activism and film, including one of our favorite comics-related pieces of pop culture...
Long before Dane Cook worked "BAMF" (willingly or painfully) into wider pop culture canon, Wolverine's main elf Nightcrawler was "bamfing" like a BAMF his own way -- sulfury teleportation-style. Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum know what's up, working the appropriately named "Bamfing Nightcrawler" into August's approaching Minimates Wave 41/Toys "R" Us Wave 11 alongside new versions of Nimrod, Fantomex and more...
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