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X-ual Healing: Gen-EXXed, the Alternative Comics Generation X Reboot

Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men blah blah blah blah we read all the comics and recap them, that’s right it’s the column that can only be known as… As a special treat for the readers of X-ual Healing – The […]

X-Men: Bland Design – All Good Things Must End, Like Generation X #87

Welcome to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that answers the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” This week there are five regular-priced X-Books on the stands, which will run you a total of twenty bucks to buy and, thanks to modern comic book […]

X-Men: Bland Design – Burn, Baby, Burn in Generation X #86 [Spoilers]

Welcome to Week 2 of our new ongoing column answering the question “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” That’s right, it’s, X-Men: Bland Design! This week there are five X-Books on the stands, which will cost you a total of $20 […]

On the Victims of the Marvel Cancellation Bloodbath

With the release of the March 2018 solicits from Marvel, it fast became clear that a swathe of titles were being cancelled. These were clear either from their complete absence from the solicits, their solicitations sounding very final, or even hints in the cover artwork. Since the speculation began, many of the titles that we […]

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David F. Walker Confirms Luke Cage’s Cancellation Due to Poor Sales

Writer David F. Walker just confirmed that Marvel’s Luke Cage title will be cancelled after February. We at Bleeding Cool were already speculating this due to its noticeable absence from the Marvel March 2018 solicits, and Walker just made it official on Twitter. Sad but true…LUKE CAGE (the comic book, not the TV series) has been cancelled. Issue #10 […]

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Generation X Cancelled with February’s #87 at the End of Current Story Arc

Marvel’s March 2018 solicits are revealing an awful lot of things for what readers can expect, and there are a huge amount of changes taking place in the lineup of titles at the publisher. It would seem from its complete lack of appearance in the March 2018 solicits, Generation X is cancelled after February’s 87th […]





What Do Those Marvel Legacy Titles Mean?

Marvel have released their latest delightfully hyperbolic press release about their upcoming Marvel Legacy initiative, including the titles for the brand new arcs to come as part of the new initiative. We’ve seen the many covers harking back to classic covers of yore, and now we have a little more info. But just what do […]

Astonishing X-Men Leads To Something Significant And New

As part of his now regular #XMenMonday’s, where X-Men editor Mark Paniccia takes the time to talk to fans on twitter and answer questions and tease the direction of X-Men in the ResurrXion line, Paniccia left a fairly big tease for something in the future of the mutant’s world.   When a fan asked Paniccia […]

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Generation X Review – Not Trying To Cause A Big Sensation

You may know from a couple times I may have mentioned it on here, I’m kinda a big fan of Generation X, the classic Scott Lobdell and Chris Bachalo created series that basically got me into comics. And so when as part of ResurrXion, Marvel announced a new Generation X, by Christina Strain and Amilcar […]


Generation X Reunions In ResurrXion

Yesterday saw a new X-Position chat over at CBR, where the site gets to chat with Marvel, eXclusively, about the X-Men books. This particular instalment is part one in a chat with the X-Editors, Mark Paniccia, Daniel Ketchum and Christina Harrinton, about what we can expect in the upcoming ResurrXion of the line, as the […]

Ken Lashley On X-Men Prime For ResurrXion – And All The Writers Join In

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool’s Senior Mutant Correspondent  Marvel have decided to release more details (barely) to Entertainment Weekly, about the changes to X-Men coming as part of Spring’s ResurrXion. So what is new? The first major addition is that there will be a standalone primer issue called X-Men: Prime, that will be illustrated by […]

Why Does Comic Book Resources Hate Scott Lobdell?

On Wednesday, Eisner Award winning website Comic Book Resources posted a fifteen page slideshow listicle titled “X-Men: Why Generation X Was THE Mutant Comic Of The ’90s.” Arming ourselves with the most advanced adblocker technology we could get our hands on, we braved all fifteen slides to see what CBR had to say, and came […]

One In The Chamber – A Generation X Fan’s Reaction Across The Decades

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool’s Senior Mutant Correspondent  I’ll start this with an important fact that may explain something about Generation X and what it means to me. Generation X was the first comic book that I ever bought and, eventually, seriously collected. Generation X, to this day, is the reason I a) fell in […]

Christina Strain and Amilcar Pinna Bring Generation X Back To School This Spring

Last month, Marvel announced a bunch of X-Men titles launching as part of InsurrXion, the follow-up to their Inhumans vs. X-Men super-mega-crossover event. As with all Marvel super-mega-crossover events, obviously, nothing will ever be the same again. In this case, “nothing will ever be the same again” suspiciously includes revisiting a lot of concepts from […]

Could It Be… Generation X From Brian Wood And Kris Anka? (UPDATE)

This looks as if if might pertain to a certain story we ran suggesting Kris Anka was to join Brian Wood on X-Men… Unless it’s something completely different. “Resurrection” might be a too-easy play on Jean Grey and Phoenix. Bit look at the colour scheme. Remind you of… …at all? Plus from CBR’s X-Position; txgohan […]