How Leah Williams and David Baldeón’s X-Factor explores death and resurrection in the Dawn of X era.
This issue of X-Men utilizes all three of these concepts to varying degrees, while also giving us a fun adventure that the core title has been missing for a number of issues while it’s been focusing on building the world and mystique, no pun intended, of the X-Men’s new status quo.
If things were nefarious in X-Men before, they’re approaching downright evil and cultish by now When Cassandra Nova sent Sentinels […]
Mystique will do Anything for love! People will do anything for love. Love is the only reason that Mystique is […]
Jonathan Hickman has a particular brand of storytelling in which he has to build the world that he’s operating in before things really start to hit their stride. That’s what he’s been doing with X-Men thus far.