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In Goodbye Post for X-Men Red, Tom Taylor Says He Could Have Written Series for Years

In a bittersweet farewell that will surely leave fans wishing for an alternate universe in which the X-Men line wasn’t relaunched, X-Men Red writer Tom Taylor revealed that he could have written the fan-favorite series “for years” if it hadn’t been canceled to make way for the return of Uncanny X-Men. “I’m truly sorry to […]




Cyclops Was Right and Cullen Bunn is a Hero Who Knows It [X-ual Healing 9-26-18]

There’s not many things in the comics industry from the past decade that bother us more than what Marvel has done to our beloved Cyclops. First, disrespected by that no-good Wolverine in the X-Men Schism, lectured for putting children in danger to save mutantkind despite Wolverine’s own predilection for literally murdering his own children, not […]

Cable News Host Has Had Enough Of Your Bull@#$% in X-Men Red #8 Preview

Anyone who’s watched cable news for the past two years can see that personalities such as CNN’s Don Lemon have had enough of your bull@#$%, leading to both a more honest and more entertaining cable news landscape. In a preview of X-Men Red #8, a fictional cable news host has reached that same limit, 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 […]


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 […]

5 Previews for X-Men Comics Hitting Stores on July 18th

Each week, Marvel sends preview pages for the following week’s books to Marvel Media Partners, who post them individually as part of the click-for-promotion quid pro quo entertainment media deal. We’ve scoured the web and downloaded the images from Marvel Media Partners, gathering them here in one place for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy. CABLE #159 […]

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X-ual Healing: A Sweet New Paint Job in X-Men Red #5

Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in comics. Each week, armed with the joy, heartbreak, […]

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 Annual #1

X-ual Healing: Telepathy as a Solution for Internet Trolls in X-Men Red Annual #1

Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in comics. Each week, armed with the joy, heartbreak, […]

X-Men Red Annual #1 cover by Travis Charest

X-Men Red Annual #1 Review: The New Old Jean Grey

We go back to the moments right after Jean Grey was resurrected, and we see what her life was like immediately after the impromptu revival. She bonds with the X-Men, learns of their triumphs and losses, and she seeks out the extended family she’s never met. X-Men Red Annual #1 does for the series what […]

X-ual Healing: The X-Men Decide It’s Better Down Where it’s Wetter in X-Men Red #4

Sworn to sell comics for Marvel executives who feared and hated the fact that Fox owned their movie rights, The Uncanny X-Men suffered great indignities, but with a corporate merger on the way, the X-Men can finally get back to doing what they do best: being objectively the best franchise in comics. Each week, armed with the joy, heartbreak, […]

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: Bland Design X-Travaganza – Some Very Fine People on Both Sides in X-Men Red #3

Welcome, dear readers, to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that strives to answer the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” It’s been a rough decade or so for X-Men fans. As part of Ike Perlmutter‘s feud with Fox over the Fantastic Four movie rights, Marvel’s […]

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 […]