Jean Grey



X-Men: Blue #34 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo

X-Men Blue #34 Review: The Master of Magnetism Reigns

Magneto is confronted by the future incarnations of his X-Men Blue team. They blame him for the death and destruction that surrounds them. However, the other surviving mutants laud Erik as a savior. The question is the same as it always has been: is Magneto a devil or a savior? Magneto intends to make it […]

Extermination #2 cover by Mark Brooks

Extermination #2 Review: Waiting for the Plot to Show Up

We see young Cable take another prisoner at a grocery store, and Jean Grey tries to comfort Cyclops about the deaths of Bloodstorm and Cable. The X-Men convene on what to do about Ahab’s return and the missing young Iceman. Kitty thinks it’s best to split the remaining young original X-Men up to make it […]

X-Men: Red #7 cover by Jenny Frisson

X-Men Red #7 Review: Abominations in the Sea, Sentinels in the Sky

Atlantis is under attack by Cassandra Nova. She has sent Kid Abomination to destroy the city until he drowns. Jean Grey, Storm, Gentle, and Namor are on the scene to respond. Above the Atlantic, Trinary, Wolverine, Gabby, Nightcrawler, and Gambit are in the process of stealing the phone of the deceased British ambassador. However, one […]

Astonishing X-Men Annual #1 cover by Rod Reis

Astonishing X-Men Annual #1 Advance Review: Should the X-Men be Dark?

Jean Grey, Beast, Angel, and Iceman, the surviving members of the original X-Men, meet up for dinner to catch up. Their time is interrupted by the resurrected Professor Charles Xavier, back as “X” and inhabiting the body of Fantomex. He brings them to a new mansion he has outside the town of Lago. He claims […]

Extermination #1 cover by Mark Brooks

Extermination #1 Advance Review: A Pretty Generic Setup

A mysterious figure arrives at the Xavier Institute in the future to find it in ruins and the X-Men all dead. In the present, the X-Men Blue team saves a pair of young French mutants from a hate mob in Chicago. They bring the mutants back to the Xavier Institute for care. Later, Cyclops and […]

X-Men: Blue #33 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo

X-Men: Blue #33 Review – The State of the Magneto Address [Edited]

Magneto flees to the future to escape the retribution of the X-Men after his attack against Emma Frost, the White Queen. The future he finds his desolate and bears markings of his own actions, including a graveyard of individuals staked to the ground with rebar. After searching the wasteland, he finds an enclave of mutant […]

X-Men Blue #32 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo

X-Men Blue #32 Review: Blue vs. Magneto for the Fate of Emma Frost

Magneto wants the White Queen dead, and he is willing to tear through however many people it takes to make that happen. The X-Men refuse to let Emma fall, so they are now dueling their recent ally in the streets. Worse yet, Magneto is on Mutant Growth Hormone and even more powerful than usual. Can […]

X-Men: Red #6 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men: Red #6 Review – Still the Best X-Men Book Currently on the Shelves

Cassandra Nova has recruited an unwilling Forge to her cause, and we see the youth of Gentle and why his powers hurt. Jean Grey tries to help him, and we also see the construction of Jean’s undersea Cerebro unit (Searebro). The X-Men need to find the dead ambassador’s cell phone so that Trinary can prove […]

X-Men Blue #31 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo

X-Men Blue #31 Review: The Rage and Anguish of Magneto

We are witness to what young Jean Grey saw when she peered into Magneto’s head before her team joined up with Eric Lensherr. In the present, Magneto is on a warpath. He is tearing through every chapter of the Hellfire Club until he finds the White Queen, Emma Frost. Jean Grey and the X-Men know […]

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SDCC Exclusives for Diamond Select Toys from Marvel, DC Comics

SDCC favorite Diamond Select Toys is bringing some great Marvel and DC exclusives to the show this year. New additions to their Gallery statue line, a cool tribute to Superman’s 80th birthday, a fancy new Catwoman statue, and a cool Star Trek ship replica. These will all be available to purchase on the show floor. […]

X-Men: Blue #30 cover by R.B. Silva and Rain Beredo

X-Men Blue #30 Review – Melodramatic but with an Excellent Fight Sequence

Daken has tracked down and is ready to kill Jimmy Hudson, whom is now calling himself Poison. The X-Men are ready to defend their ally, but Jimmy doesn’t want their help. He believes the Poisons have overtaken him and that he is only one of them now. This is something that Daken and Jimmy must […]

X-Men: Red #5 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #5 Review: Weaponizing the Truth

A law is signed into effect in Poland allowing the government to apprehend any and all mutants within their borders. Around the world, hatred of mutants is rising once again. Meanwhile, Jean Grey and Trinary work to find a way to safely disarm the Sentinite in the head of David Bushell, the man who killed […]

X-Men: Red #4 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #4 Review: The Rise of Ab-Lantis

Jean Grey’s X-Men team returns to Wakanda with the Sentinel controlled by Trinary, but they are immediately attacked by Storm. Jean detects that someone has taken over Storm. If they survive this encounter, they will need to free Storm, discover how she is being controlled, and stop further attacks from falling upon Wakanda. Tom Taylor […]

X-Men: Dark Phoenix

[#CinemaCon] Dark Phoenix Gets a New Logo, Drops ‘X-Men’ from Title

The 20th Century FOX presentation at CinemaCon 2018 has come and gone, dropping some mutant bombshells and showing the audience the brand-new Dark Phoenix logo. We’re waiting for an official art release, but you can see a grainy photo here. Most notably, it looks like the X-Men: Apocalypse followup has dropped the “X-Men” from the title, which […]


X-Men: Red #3 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #3 Review: Socialized Hatred and Tiki Torches

Cassandra Nova suddenly appears (mostly) unseen in the X-Mansion and issues a command to an unseen sleeping X-Man. In India, the Jean Grey’s X-Men team continue their fight against a Sentinel while trying to uncover the mystery of its presence. In New Orleans, Gambit protects another mutant from an angry mob. X-Men: Red continues to […]

Venom #163 cover by Will Robson and Morry Hollowell

Venom #163 Review: Enough Good Action to Make a Solid Issue

Jean Grey and Killer Thrill have been taken over by the Poisons. They are joined by a third Poison whom appears to be Kraven the Hunter. Cyclops hopes to save Jean, but Venom tells him that the Poisons kill the Klyntar hosts. Knowing that the symbiotes are now a liability, the X-Men, Venom, and the […]

X-Men: Red #2 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red #2 Review: Holding on to Hope as the Quality Remains High

A mutant named Trinary is being held by the Indian government. She contacts Jean Grey and her team, who are hiding out in Wakanda after the death of the UK ambassador. Naturally, the X-Men agree to help Trinary. X-Men Red is holding together. The first issue showed great promise, and, while #2 isn’t quite as gripping […]

X-Men: Blue #22 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Federico Blee

X-Men Blue #22 Review: An Improvement but Could Still be Better

The X-Men and Venom finally arrive on the ship of Killer thrill and her symbiote-enhanced mercenary crew. After taking out their non-powered grunts, the team splits up. Cyclops goes to save the Starjammers, and the rest go after Killer Thrill’s crew. Unfortunately, there may be another unexpected visitor to further complicate things. X-Men: Blue #22 […]