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Jean Grey Exercises the Power of Emotional Intelligence in 'X-men Red #11'

Jean Grey and Cassandra Nova have their final showdown in a war of ideas, wherein Jean applies a different tactic to quell the conflict.

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The X-men's Jean Grey Finally Gets a Chance to Forge Her Own Path

Despite all her overwhelming burdens, Jean Grey is all too human when it comes to matters of life, death, rebirth, and evil clones.

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'Extraordinary X-Men' #1 Is Extraordinarily Lacking

A dark time for the X-men is made darker by a lack of details.

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Trials, Tribulations, and Chaotic Sub-Plots in 'Uncanny X-Men #600'

An end to an era is rushed and riddled with errors.

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What's Wrong With X-Men Bobby Drake's Coming Out Story?

There are a lot of unwritten assumptions about Iceman's sexuality in All New X-Men #40.

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"All-New X-men #37" Gives Us a Frenemy Indeed

Emma Frost teaches Jean Grey a few important lessons in unorthodox ways that feel oddly fitting.

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Making Progress Fun: "All-New X-men #30"

Character development doesn't need killer robots or time-traveling enemies. It just needs to be fun.

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Paradoxical Obscurity: "All New X-men #25"

A time travel paradox that's overdue yet underwhelming.

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Half-Verdict and Half-Mistrial: "Guardians of the Galaxy #13"

The Trial of Jean Grey ends, but neither justice nor injustice is served.

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Spoiler Alert: "All New X-men #22"

The Original X-men have had their futures spoiled. Now they have to confront it and all its associated emotions directly.

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Wolverine and the X-men #36

The conflict in Battle of the Atom is shrouded in lies. It's just not clear how deep those lies run.

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Dramatic Reminders: "X-men #5"

There was once a time when Cyclops and Jean Grey were awkward teenagers. Now they have to deal with that awkwardness while on the run.


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