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  1. X-Men Forever is the name of three comic book series published by Marvel Comics featuring the mutant superhero group the X-Men. The first is a 2001 miniseries, unrelated to the others. The second and third are the work of writer Chris Claremont . Contents 1 2001 series 2 2009 series 3 2010 series 4 References 5 External links 2001 series

    • 2001 series: 6, 2009 series: 24, 1 annual, 1 giant-size, 2010 series: 16
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  2. X-Men Forever (2009 - 2010) X-Men Forever is back! The shockwaves after the death of Magneto are still echoing around the world. Attempting to heal the rift between man & mutant kind, Professor Xavier volunteers his X-Men to ... more Sort & Filter MARVEL UNLIMITED Show Variants Showing 20 of 24 Results Filtered by: Reset Filters X-Men Forever #24

  3. X-Men Forever 2 (2010 - 2011) Legendary writer Chris Claremont picks up from where he left off in 1991, continuing his epic decades-long run defining the X-Men! It's Marvel's mutants as you love them them, yet as you've never ... more Sort & Filter MARVEL UNLIMITED Show Variants Showing 16 Results Filtered by: Reset Filters X-Men Forever 2 #16

  4. Oct 07, 2009 · (X-Men Forever (2009) (Collections) #1) by Chris Claremont, Tom Grummett 3.34 · Rating details · 232 ratings · 29 reviews Comics icon and New York Times bestselling writer Chris Claremont returns to his legendary run with X-Men: Forever The shockwaves after the death of Magneto are still reverberating all over the world.

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  5. X-Men Forever #4 "Chapter Four: The Age Of Innocence" Cover date: April, 2001. X-Men Forever #5 "Chapter Five: Iceman - Present and Accounted For" Cover date: May, 2001.

  6. Master writer Chris Claremont returns to the mutants he made famous! In this alternate reality, Claremont tells the story he wanted to tell before he left the series in 1991. The events change...

  7. Jul 18, 2021 · By Brandon Zachary Published Jul 17, 2021 The events of X-Men Forever took one world's version of the X-Men into a radically different direction in a reimagining of their most popular era. After spending sixteen years writing the X-Men, Chris Claremont left the team in 1991 following the relaunch of X-Men.

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