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The adult Cyclops may be missing, but his ghosts are wreaking serious havoc in Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley's "All-New X-Men" #2 from marvel.
Writer Dennis Hopeless answers your questions about Wolverine, the Terrigen Mist and more now that his run on "All-New X-Men" has begun.
Axel Alonso explains why Marvel is giving away 14 hip-hop variants for free, and how "Spidey" does -- or doesn't -- fit into established history.
Dennis Hopeless is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "All-New X-Men" writer.
Today's issues of "Extraordinary X-Men" and "All-New X-Men" further set the stage for the mutants' all-new, all-different status quo.
After 50 years and dozens of spinoffs, Marvel's mutants have combined and rearranged in a startlingly high number of ways.
With the world more dangerous than ever for mutants, Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley chart a brave new course for the next generation of X-Men.
"All-New X-Men" writer Dennis Hopeless talks more about the teen team's upcoming road trip and their newest ally, Pickles.
Dennis Hopeless and Mark Bagley set Cyclops, Iceman, Angel and the rest of the X-Men on an all-new journey in "All-New X-Men" #1.
Dennis Hopeless is the next guest for a special video X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "All-New X-Men" writer.
The editors behind Marvel's X-Men titles answer your questions about the mutants' place in the greatly changed post-"Secret Wars" Marvel Universe.
Dennis Hopeless talks working with Mark Bagley and bringing old school X-Men adventure to the "All-New All-Different" Marvel Universe.
CBR has an early look at December's issues of "Extraordinary X-Men," "Uncanny X-Men," "All-New Wolverine" and "All-New X-Men."
"Inferno," "House of M" and upcoming "All-New X-Men" writer Dennis Hopeless answers your questions about the future of Marvel's mutants.
Dennis Hopeless is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Inferno," "House of M" and soon-to-be "All-New X-Men" writer.
Mutants are changing in the "All-New, All-Different" Marvel Universe. Which X will mark the spot atop your read pile when the new series arrive?
An "All-New, All-Different" Marvel lineup arrives this fall, with dozens of new series launching. Here are five we're we're stoked to read.
Maria Hill wants the X-Men's help with a major mutant problem on Utopia in Marvel's "All-New X-Men" #41 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar.
The outgoing X-Men scribe teases big things ahead for X-23, Cyclops and Iceman after "Secret Wars," plus exclusive Mahmud Asrar art!
Brian Michael Bendis is an upcoming guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Uncanny" and "All-New X-Men" writer.
Axel Alonso discusses his involvement in this week's "All-New X-Men" revelations, and artist Nik Virella joining "1872" in place of Evan Shaner.
Franklin Graham, son of influential minister Billy Graham, sees the outing of the X-Man to convince young people to "accept this destructive lifestyle."
"X-Men" director Bryan Singer spoke about Iceman, the mutants's recent outing as a gay character, how that impacts his film adaptation and more.
With Bobby Drake outed as of "All-New X-Men" #40, Brett White shares his possibly too personal thoughts about the coming out scene.
Brian Michael Bendis speaks with CBR News about the revelation that the time-displaced, original X-Man Bobby Drake is gay.
"All-New X-Men" writer Brian Michael Bendis addresses concerns that the outing of an original X-Man member constitutes bi-erasure.
This week's "All-New X-Men" #40, by Brian Bendis and Mahmud Asrar, reveals that one of Marvel's original X-Men is gay.
The secrets the Utopians hold could put the future of mutantkind in jeopardy in Brian Michael Bendis & Mahmud Asrar's "All-New X-Men."
With "Powers" coming to TV and the "Ultimate End" at hand, CBR presents the best comic book runs by modern comics master Brian Michael Bendis.
Mike Del Mundo illustrates Emma Frost & Jean Grey's latest adventure in Marvel Comics' "All-New X-Men" #37 from writer Brian Michael Bendis.
Marvel Comics has debuted a new 2-page spread from the "Black Vortex" crossover illustrated by newly-exclusive artist Andrea Sorrentino.
Axel Alonso looks back at a busy week, including Brian Michael Bendis leaving the X-titles and the announcement of the all-female "A-Force."
Following news of his departure from the X-titles, Marvel has announced that Brian Michael Bendis has renewed his exclusive deal with the company.
Brian Michael Bendis' X-Men run ends with "Uncanny X-Men" #600. We have the exclusive first word on what to expect in his final months, and his Marvel future.
The "Black Vortex Alpha" scribe tackles your questions about the X-Men and Guardians of the Galaxy crossover that kicks off tomorrow.
The original X-Men continue their jaunt through Marvel's Ultimate Universe in "All-New X-Men" #35 by Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar.
Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino continue to explore what happened after Eva Bell's disappearance in "All-New X-Men Annual" #1.
Marvel will celebrate the "Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men: The Black Vortex" crossover with a promotional reflective bookmark of the titular artifact.
Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar guide the "All-New X-Men" on their dimension-hopping visit to Marvel's Ultimate Universe.
Have the hints been there all along? CBR looks through the last few years of Marvel comics and finds clues of a "Secret Wars" long game.