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Marvel's Editor-in-Chief says a "shared universe within the X-books" is on the way following this summer's massive "Secret Wars" event.
Dennis Hopeless spoke with CBR News about "Inferno," his "Secret Wars" series set in a Battleworld domain where the X-Men lost the 1989 storyline.
From "Captain America: Civil War" to "Batman v Superman," Marvel and DC have slates jam-packed with "cant miss" films -- especially these potential epics.
The star indicates that once Bryan SInger wraps his next X-Men film, her days as Mystique will be over.
Remember when Gambit was Apocalypse's Horseman of Death? And then he wasn't? Learn more about it and other dropped comic book plots at CSBG.
Fabian Nicieza, who wrote some of the original "Age of Apocalypse" titles for Marvel in the '90s, will return to the series for "Secret Wars."
With the series headed toward its intergalactic conclusion, the "Cyclops" writer answers your questions about the teenage X-Man's final issues.
CSBG celebrates St. Patrick's Day by revisiting the X-Men tale where we first learned Wolverine's name is "Logan" -- from a group of leprechauns!!
David Ayer preps a "Suicide Squad" shootout, Danny Elfman tweaks the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" score, and more.
The X-Men of the 1990s animated series will return in a new Infinite Comic during "Secret Wars," from Chris Sims, Chad Bowers and Scott Koblish.
Marguerite Bennett speaks exclusively with CBR about putting a new spin on Chris Claremont and John Byrne's dystopic mutant future in the new Marvel title.
With long-running books being cancelled while new ones make "Secret Wars" debuts, we crunched the numbers to see if Marvel's X-Men line really is waning.
If Spider-Man can swing from Sony over to Marvel, can Wolverine join him as part of the MCU alongside the Avengers and other heroes?
CSBG has a collection of comic book cliches, like the famous exclamation by resurrected mutants when people ask if they were dead.
A new fan film imagines what Marvel's mutants might look like through the lens of the director of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Moonrise Kingdom."
The "Spider-Man and the X-Men" scribe tackles your questions about the teacher/student team-up series and its recent field trip.
The "Wolverine" star says Sony and Disney's collaborative deal with Spider-Man surprised him and gave him hope for future crossover opportunities.
Citing their explosive dynamic in the X-Men comics, the actor said he'd be interested in appearing opposite Ryan Reynolds in the Fox spinoff.
In their latest spotlight on unresolved stories, CSBG looks at Steve Seagle's interrupted plans for Jean Grey and the Phoenix in the late 1990s.
With Marvel's next big event on the horizon, the "Storm" scribe tackles your questions about everything from super villains to "Secret Wars."
CSBG takes a look at the extremely short-lived love triangle between Cyclops, Jean Grey and Forge
The recent Sony/Marvel deal kicked up Brett White's X-Paranoia again, but this time he figured out a way to fight those feelings.
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.
Did the famous British comedian seriously have a part in the creation of She-Hulk? And how did a single panel change a major aspect of the Dark Phoenix Saga?
The "Amazing X-Men" scribe reveals what makes his team of mutants stand out from the rest and the unstoppable power of the Juggernaut.
Get to know the dozens of radical and bodacious mutants that are no longer with us in the second part of Brett White's look at '90s X-characters.
Director Bryan Singer has announced actors Alexandra Shipp, Sophie Turner and Tye Sheridan as taking over the roles of three major mutants.
Will past Juggernauts Colossus and Cain Marko resist the Gem of Cyttorak? Find out in Marvel's "Amazing X-Men" #16 by Chris Yost & Jorge Fornes.
Get to know the dozens of mutants that survived the notorious decade and those that overcame their deaths in the new millennium.
Writer Sam Humphries sets a course for the stars with artists Ed McGuinness and Kris Anka in the opening chapter of "The Black Vortex."
Actors from "Game of Thrones" to "Kingsman: The Secret Service" are potential candidates for critical roles in Bryan Singer's next X-Men movie.
The writers of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy/X-Men crossover explain their cosmic scheme as heroes get enhanced with new powers and new troubles.
The Gem of Cyttorak reappears -- and a new Juggernaut can't be far behind -- in Chris Yost and Jorge Fornes' "Amazing X-Men" #15, on sale Jan. 14.
The "Ms. Marvel" writer answers your questions about the heavy-hitting X-Men team's underground adventure as she begins her run this week.
"Ms. Marvel" writer G. Willow Wilson begins her run on Marvel's "X-Men" along with artist Roland Boschi in the first chapter of "The Burning World."
G. Willow Wilson is the next guest for X-Position, and CBR wants your questions for the "X-Men" scribe.
This week, X-Position readers look back on 2014's best X-Men moments and look ahead to 2015 and what's next for Marvel's Children of the Atom.
CSBG collects old comic book moments that now look funny, like when Beast foresaw the explosion in X-Men members -- and the future of X-Men basebal!
Marvel has released Andrea Sorrentino's "cosmically enhanced" variant covers for "The Black Vortex" X-Men & Guardians of the Galaxy crossover event.