The X-Men are a fictional team of superhero characters set in the Marvel Comics universe, and created by Jack Kirby & Stan Lee. They originally appeared in The X-Men #1 from September 1963. Originally the X-Men consisted of Professor Xavier, Cyclops (Scott Summers), Beast (Hank McCoy), Marvel Girl (Jean Grey), Angel (Warren Worthington III) and ...
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- Uncanny X-Men #135 (1980) "The Dark Phoenix Saga" still holds up. It's the most acclaimed X-Men storyline, an event that forever changed the superhero landscape, whose influence transcended the genre and became a prominent part of pop culture.
- Uncanny X-Men #141 (1981) "Days of Future Past" is not only one of the best X-Men storylines from the 1980s but one of the greatest in all of comics history.
- X-Men Vol. 2 #1 (1991) Before the MCU, the X-Men were the undisputed stars of Marvel. Only Spider-Man surpassed them in popularity. The team welcomed the 1990s with a reinvention of sorts, launching a new spinoff title helmed by the iconic duo of Chris Claremont and Jim Lee.
- Marvel Graphic Novel Vol. 1 #5 (1982) The X-Men franchise has never shied away from dealing with severe issues in its storylines. God Loves, Man Kills from 1982 handles themes of intolerance and religious fanatism with surprising empathy and nuance, becoming one of the undisputed best storylines in all of Marvel.
Jun 05, 2020 · The cover that started it all! It's a bit tricky judging this cover in that it is clearly very influential/ important, yet in my opinion, from an aesthetic standpoint isn't among the best X-Men covers. In the end, I placed it outside the top 5, but still relatively high on the list.
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Jan 22, 2022 · He has many great X-Men covers, but X-Men #1 (vol. 2) is likely the most famous. It is, after all, the greatest selling comic of all time. Also, like most Jim Lee artwork, the attention to detail is superb. Lastly, you have to admire the ambition of this wraparound cover. Still, at the end of the day, this cover is an homage itself to X-Men #1 ...
Apr 27, 2022 · Uncanny X-Men #137 (September 1980) One of the most iconic covers in Marvel Comics history arrived in the September 1980 issue of Uncanny X-Men. This was the final issue of the Dark Phoenix Saga and it featured the death of Jean Grey, one of the first heroic deaths in comic books, and a shocking moment for readers.
Index Status / Cover Scan Status (266 covers for 141 issues available). A click on the cover leads to the large cover view, a click on the issue number to the issue data. 1. September 1963. Add/replace cover. 1 [British] September 1963. Add/replace cover. 2.