The X-Men will be making an appearance on Fox this fall with the new series The Gifted – a one hour drama by Matt Nix starring Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker as the Struckers, parents of mutant children who have to take their family on the run to protect it. Though the show will be set in a distinct and separate timeline from the movies, it will still inhabit the X-Men universe and features characters like Blink (Jamie Chung), Polaris (Emma Dumont), and Thunderbird (Blair Redford).
Legacy is coming! And Marvel is revealing the creative teams of the 53 title relaunch, set for September. So far details of four titles have been announced. And here they are!
Xavier dives into another set of Marvel sales figures!
Last night, FOX aired the first trailer for the Bryan Singer produced, along with showrunner Matt Nix, X-Men television spin-off The Gifted. The new series, which Singer also directed the pilot of, centers on two parents (played by Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker) who have to take their children on the run from the Government, […]
This week Marvel’s got a slew of brand new ongoings spanning from Black Panther to two additional X-Men titles. We’re knee deep into RessurXion but there’s an incredible amount of new series and directions thrown up against the wall at the troubled publisher. We’ve got reviews of those three additional ongoing series, but we’re not stopping […]
We’re in a brand new era for both the Inhumans and X-Men. This sea change has come even quicker than usual from the publisher. Secret Wars spilled into January 2017 and along with it came a new direction for both series. Almost less than a year and one more event later we’re hitting the ground running […]
Marvel has been trying to make the Inhumans the next big thing for years. but it’s been an uphill battle and here are some of the reasons why.
Will the X-men ever come back from their exile in “licensed by Fox-land,” a purgatory of lessened emphasis, diminish licensing deals and general side-eye? Who knows, but they are hanging in there with a relaunch into Blue and Gold teams, a throwback to the days of 1991 (which we just reminded you of). It’s by Marc […]
With Logan ruling the box office, take a look back at three of the all time classic X-Men comics, all available for free on ComiXology.
As I predicted, Legion debuted to rave reviews, as in, OMG THIS IS INCREDIBLE. IT was so good that when I saw the names of people I know in the credits I was like “WOW YOU MADE THIS?? SO GOOD!!!!!” I will need to watch it a few more times before I can fully discuss […]