This week, I was all set to write a review of Uncanny X-Men #17 when the news broke that there was controversy around it. The
Matthew Rosenberg’s writing works on a level that I find relatable. Based on coverage I see, I’m not the only one. He’s also demonstrated that
When I was a teenager, especially a young teenager, Uncanny X-Men was the most popular comic among my peers. From looking back at comics journalism,
I bought myself a membership to Marvel Unlimited Plus, a neat service Marvel offers where you can catch up on the history of the Avengers,
It’s Wolverine Month here at Needless Essentials Online, so I’m looking at one of the pivotal books for Wolverine, Uncanny X-Men #133. This issue spotlighted Wolverine
Kotobukiya posted up preorders for their latest ArtFX Marvel Statue, Uncanny X-Men Rouge!
Over on our Facebook Page, We’ve been sharing the covers of the original What If? comic series, and among those was What If? #27, which
I’ve been reading the Last Will and Testament storyline in Uncanny X-Men from the beginning, and have found it running too long as Scott Summers
One of the classic X-Men storylines has been made into a new Minimate set from DST….Days of Future Past!
Check out some of the awesome books coming from Marvel Comics for the first week of June! This is going to be a great week
UNCANNY X-MEN #152 December 1981 This is one of the first X-Men comics that I can remember buying, although not the first. That honor