Sunday Trending Topics: The Biggest Moment In X-Men History

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And that would be saying something. Because the X-Men has been a tracking title (/franchise) for the health of the industry for the better part of four decades. They were there when things started taking off in the 60s, and again during the late-70’s reboot, and came roaring on all throughout the 80s, up through the early 90’s Jim Lee era. What will we be saying about X-Men Schism in 2030?

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Stacy X To Return In X-Men: Vengeance

As prostitute depowered, repowered dead characters go, there’s pretty much Stacy-X. Created by Joe Casey and Tom Raney in Uncanny X-Men, then moving to New Warriors, she met her untimely demise in New Warriors #17 in an accident.

X-Men Schism: Respectfully We Informed You Of This Event At An Earlier Juncture… Ish


Warren Ellis And Jamie McKelvie On Secret Avengers #16

So we knew Warren Ellis and Jamie McKelvie were working on a secret Marvel project. Turns out that was a terribly appropriate phrase.

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World War Z To Film In London This Year

However, Bleeding Cool has now learned that World War Z will be filming in London and Pinewood Studios later this year, with Brad Pitt still in the star spot.

Total Film Gives Us Three Sixties Retro X-Men Magazine Covers

Thanks to the Cine Web Radio for these three variant covers for the new issue of Total Film, featuring characters from X-Men: First Class in a very sixties stylee. We have Emma Frost’s Vogue, Charles Xavier’s Life and Magneto’s Esquire….

See The Hi-Def Green Lantern Footage From Wondercon

Here it is: 4 minutes and 2 seconds of freshly polished Green Lantern footage starring Ryan Reynolds and his CG muscle suit. Or at least I hope so. I’m updating with my phone.

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(Last Updated April 4, 2011 12:12 am )

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