Old Man Logan's time is almost up, but he's prepared to go down being the best he is at what he does.
A new kind of existential threat strikes the X-men, but it has little to do with hatred, fear, or killer robots.
Jean Grey and Cassandra Nova finally do battle, but their tactics and principles couldn't be more different.
A surprising revelation changes the history, but not the spirit of Carol Danvers in Marvel's 'The Life of Captain Marvel #4'
The destruction wrought by Shattered Grid begins, but without the powerful components that make the Power Rangers so mighty.
Havok's efforts to redeem himself clash with a conflict that creatively twists the X-men's long-standing feud with the Reavers.
Whether a general commentary on American greed, or on a personal loss of self, or something else, there's an adroit depiction here that can be unexpectedly moving.
The true story of larger-than-life anarchist rebel Simon Radowitzky, captured here by Agustin Comotto, offers a complex tale of morality and dignity.
Tyler's excitement and seemingly never-ending thrill from the point of view of her younger self as a Beatles fan nearly leaps from the page.
Carol Danvers has a troublesome past. Here's an opportunity to get to know her better.
It's quite possibly the greatest bait-and-switch in the history of comics, turning the marriage of Kitty Pryde and Colossus into the marriage of Rogue and Gambit.
Deadpool is crazier than a sack of ferrets but he still maintains a code of conduct that sets him apart from less scrupulous mercenaries.
The return of Jean Grey brings back the heart and compassion that the X-men have sorely lacked in her absence.
Granted, Wolverine can be a violent, cynical, beer-loving brute, but he can also be insightful and sincere.
This is a giant-sized rehearsal of sorts, utilizing creative contributions from Marc Guggenheim, Kelly Thompson, and the X-men's most famous scribe, Chris Claremont.
A big, world-building crossover event covers a lot of worlds, but doesn't do enough building.