REVIEW: "DC Universe: Rebirth" #1 Makes the Future of DC Comics Look Genuinely Bright
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Writer Brian Michael Bendis about the new "Uncanny X-Men Annual" which solves the mystery of time-altering mutant Eva Bell's disappearance.
Brian Michael Bendis talks in-depth with CBR News about the major X-Men secrets to be revealed in "The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier."
This week, things get wickedly divine, Cyclops wrecks SHIELD property, "Star Trek" goes retro and more!
Fan-favorite X-Men character Dazzler looks to be getting an extreme makeover from Brian Michael Bendis and Kris Anka in "Uncanny X-Men."
Cyclops' 'original sin' as the Phoenix returns to haunt him in "Uncanny X-Men" #23, the first part of the "The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier."
"Original Sin" continues wreaking havoc in Hickman & Yu's "Avengers" while Dazzler, Agent of SHIELD returns to Bendis & Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men."
Cyclops uncovers the will of deceased X-Men founder Charles Xavier as "Original Sin" crashes into "Uncanny X-Men" on the path to the next X-event.
Sean Ryan talks about his "Uncanny X-Men Special" which begins a 3-part story that sees young mutants team with Nova & Iron Man to rescue Cyclops.
Brian Bendis has revealed the cover for "Uncanny X-Men" #23, an "Original Sin" tie-in, which teases "The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier."
Kieron Gillen joins X-Position for questions on his long association with the X-Men and his current assignment crafting "Origin II." Plus, exclusive art!
This week, "Uncanny X-Men" freezes out the competition, there's a Deadpool moon rising and "Morning Glories" stays on its toes.
Creators love to take shots at each other in their work, and CSBG collects said shots, including Joe Madureira's revenge on an artist he felt was swiping his work.
CSBG's keeps exploring outdated pop culture references within old comics, including the latest, a 1983 X-Men issue referencing "Real Men Don't Eat Quiche."
This week, CBR presents exclusive previews of Aaron & McGuinness' "Amazing X-Men" #4 and Bendis & Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #17.
Writer Brett White took away some surprising lessons about comic book culture from a film designed to sell him toys.
Check out CBR's exclusive previews of "Amazing X-Men" #3 by Aaron & McGuinness and Bendis & Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #16.
This week, X-Position readers look back on 2013's best X-Men moments and forward to the potential of 2014.
"Uncanny X-Force" cover artist Kris Anka talks with CBR about his animation career at WB and with TMNT, along with his upcoming work on “"All-New X-Men!"
The ladies of the X-Men hit the town as guest artist Kris Anka joins Brian Michael Bendis for "Uncanny X-Men" #15.INH, an "Inhumanity" tie-in issue.
As part of the All-New Marvel NOW! initiative, select print issues will include a download code for a previous digital collection of that series.
Brian Bendis & Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #14, which continues the "consistently funny, charming and stunningly illustrated" series.
Check out exclusive previews of Brian Wood & Terry Dodson's "X-Men" #7 and Brian Michael Bendis & Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #14, on sale 11/20!
"X-Men Legacy" writer Si Spurrier discusses the next step in his run with the multi-personality, multi-powered mutant Legion in dire straits.
Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe and Editors Daniel Ketchum, Jordan D. White and Jeanine Schaefer discuss the upcoming stories in the X-Universe, plus exclusive art!
In November, Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo bring the effects of "Battle of the Atom" to the pages of "Uncanny X-Men" #14.
The classic "Days of Future Past" arc began in "Uncanny X-Men" #141, and its cover by John Byrne & Terry Austin has been the subject of numerous homages. ROBOT 6 highlights some of the best!
Kelly Thompson calls Brian Michal Bendis and Chris Bachalo's latest contribution to the X-Men-centric crossover "Battle of the Atom" "a delight to read," giving the issue 4 stars.
Marvel has released a first look at "Uncanny X-Men" #13 -- the eighth chapter of "Battle of the Atom" -- that shows Quentin Quire empowered by the mighty force of the Phoenix. The issue hits stores October 16.
This week, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso unpacks the opening installments of the new "Battle of the Atom" event describing how it impacts the worlds of Bendis, Aaron and Woods and who the real Jean Grey is.
The significance of a year-old teaser from Brian Michael Bendis is revealed as "Uncanny X-Men" #11 brings an unused character from a David Finch "New Avengers" #1 variant cover into the Marvel Universe.
With the X-Event on the horizon, CBR takes an advance look at Brian Bendis, Frank Cho and Stuart Immonen's "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #1, a debut issue with "energy, excitement and flair."
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents exclusive previews for Jonathan Hickman and Mike Deodato's "New Avengers" #9 crossover with "Infinity" and Brian Michael Bendis and Frazer Irving's "Uncanny X-Men" #11!
This week, sees a game of 52-card pickup, a staring contest, fashion crimes of future past, a tale of the golem, and an optic blast.
Kelly Thompson gives "Uncanny X-Men" #10 by Brian Michael Bendis and Frazier Irving 4.5 stars, calling the series "consistently smart and beautiful, while pushing a consistent and intriguing agenda."
CBR News spoke with "X-Men: Legacy" writer Simon Spurrier about his plans for the series which finds David Haller interacting with several UK mutants, his mother and the Uncanny X-Men.
It's a Brian Michael Bendis two-for as CBR presents exclusive previews for "Uncanny X-Men" #9, drawn by Chris Bachalo, and "Guardians of the Galaxy" #5, as Sara Pichelli illustrates Angela's first Marvel clash.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Uncany X-Men" #8 by Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo. Magneto and Cyclops finally come to blows July 10!
This week, Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso explores the modern X-Men line from Brian Bendis' reinvention of "Uncanny" to Jason Aaron's school stories to Brian Wood's incoming all-female team.
By adding the former pop star to Marvel's premier spy organization, Brian Bendis is making waves in "Uncanny X-Men." Senior Editor Nick Lowe explains why Dazzler, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. is a promotion that will shine.
Kelly Thompson gives Brian Michael Bendis and Frazer Irving's Limbo-centric, Dormammu-ravaged "Uncanny X-Men" #6 4.5 stars, calling it "an absolutely stunning X-Men tale."