Feb 21, 2019 · Marvel teases a major blow to the X-Men on a new cover for May's Uncanny X-Men #17 featuring Cyclops and Wolverine standing over a grave. Things are always chaotic in the lives of the X-Men, and death is something the team is all too familiar with. But an ominous cover and solicitation from Marvel's May 2019 solicitations tease that, once again ...
Uncanny Just Killed A Couple of Academy X Era X-Men By Brandon Zachary Published Feb 12, 2019 In the wake of Age of X-Man spiriting the X-Men off to an alternate reality, two more Academy X era students of the Xavier Institute have died.
Nov 11, 2018 · Tim Adams is a Lead News Editor at CBR. He's been a fan of comics since the '90s, when his older brother introduced him to the medium. Some of his first memories include receiving a monthly subscription box with Amazing Spider-Man #353, the first part of "Round Robin: The Sidekick's Revenge," along with highly successful launches of X-Men #1 and X-Force #1.
Jul 21, 2019 · Wolfsbane was one of the most controversial Uncanny X-Mendeaths, as Rahne quit the X-Men only to be killed off-panel in Uncanny X-Men #16. When a flashback revealed the cause of her demise, Rahne...
By Tim Webber Published Jul 17, 2019 As one a dark era of X-Men draws to a close, four more Marvel mutants meet their untimely demise. WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Uncanny X-Men #22, by Matthew Rosenberg, Salvador Larroca, David Messina, Guru-eFX and Joe Caramagna, on sale now.
Feb 28, 2019 · Last week’s Uncanny X-Men # 12 by Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larroca gives us another mutant death, this time, a former member of X-Factor and the New Mutant. In this issue of Uncanny X-Men, Uncanny X-Men # 12, Strong Guy meets his grisly demise. And the entire issue prolonged his agony but it did give him a heroic death.
May 02, 2019 · Since the Age of X-Man began, Wolfsbane, Strong Guy, Joseph, Blindfold, Loa and several sewer-dwelling Morlocks have died, while other X-Men, including Cyclops, have suffered massive injuries. Writer Matthew Rosenberg has teased two more impending X-Men deaths, so the worst isn't over for Marvel's mutants.