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Jonathan Hickman Returns to Marvel Comics With Two X-Men Books

Jonathan Hickman has had some legendary Marvel runs. His Fantastic Four saga is still shaping depictions of the first family of Marvel, and his Avengers run is almost equally as beloved. Now, after a couple years away, Hickman is back, writing not one, but two X-Men books. Read More >>

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This Dark Phoenix Trailer Is Light Years Better Than the Last One

I didn’t love the last trailer for Dark Phoenix. It seemed busy for the sake of being busy. Shocking for the sake of being shocking. And it assumed everyone watching already knew what Jean Grey was about to go through when given this sinister new power. For me, it just didn’t work. If Fox had released this trailer, though, I would have been singing its praises. So now I’ll do just that. Read More >>

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New Dark Phoenix Trailer Teases Jean Grey Becoming a God of Death and Rebith

One of the big things that Simon Kinberg’s upcoming Dark Phoenix instalment needs to get right in order to get out of X-Men: The Last Stand’s shadow is to make its take on Jean Grey’s turn to evil feel like a legitimately world-altering event. The story is, after all, one of the most important part of the X-Men’s history. Read More >>

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Jean Grey Gets Some Familiar Threads in the New Dark Phoenix Poster

Honestly, bit of a weird flex for Fox to want to remind people of X3 in any way in the run up to this movie. Read More >>

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Oscar Isaac Describes ‘Excruciating’ Time on X-Men Apocalypse, Is All of Us

Actors, they’re just like you and me. We all have expectations when we get into something. We all just sign on to multimillion-dollar superhero blockbusters hoping to have a fun time with interesting co-workers. And sometimes, what we wind up with instead is being trapped in a look akin to Ivan Ooze from Power Rangers: The Movie. Relatable, right? Read More >>

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The Ultimate Weapon of X-Men: Red’s Greatest Villain is All Too Real

Tom Taylor, Rogê Antônio, and Rain Beredo’s X-Men: Red has been telling the story of how Jean Grey’s newest team of handpicked X-Men are fighting to establish better mutant international relations while also battling the literal embodiment of racism that’s born out of viral hate speech generated online. Read More >>

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All the Cosmic Clues and Mysteries We Saw in the New Dark Phoenix Trailer

The first Dark Phoenix trailer is here, and short and cryptic though it may be, it’s still chock-full of intriguing hints about what’s in store for the X-Men and their most formidable foe yet. Read More >>

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Dark Phoenix’s First Breathtaking Trailer Has Arrived

She is fire and life incarnate and she’s here in the first Dark Phoenix trailer to usher in both the beginning and end of all things. God help us all. Read More >>

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Comcast Drops Its Bid to Buy Fox, Meaning There’s Nothing Stopping the Disney Deal Now

Much in the same way that the Avengers and co. fought valiantly to stop Thanos from collecting all six Infinity Stones, Comcast has been desperately trying to block Disney’s substantial bid to acquire 21st Century Fox and all of that sweet comic book IP the studio’s been sitting on. Today, though, that valiant fight has come to an end. Read More >>

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Disney’s Plan to Acquire Fox is Back On, Thanks to a New £53 Billion Deal

A business saga almost worthy of its own summer comic book event might be getting close to its big finale. After a disruption in the form of a rival deal from Comcast, Disney and Fox have announced a renewed deal for the House of Mouse to merge most of Fox’s entertainment subsidiaries into its operations. Read More >>

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Disney’s Plans to Buy Fox Just Hit a Major Snag and Its Name is Comcast

Marvel Studios’ parent company Disney would very much like to get its hands on all of the sweet, juicy, profitable comic book IP that Fox smartly secured back in the ‘90s, but the House of Mouse’s tentative $52.4 billion offer might no longer be enough to seal the deal. Read More >>

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Deadpool 2 Proves There’s No Excuse Not to Include Queer Superheroes on the Screen

Deadpool 2 revels in pointing out many of the overused narrative beats that other comic book movies tend to rely on when the writers decide to phone it in. Interestingly, the film’s shadiest dig is also one of its most progressive messages. Read More >>

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Our 10 Favourite Surprises in Deadpool 2, Ranked

Deadpool 2 is packed with references and jokes about every single genre and property imaginable (and some unimaginable, too). We’re going with quality over quantity instead: these are our favourite surprises — the characters, references, one-liners, and more — in a film chock full of truly wonderful batshit insanity. Read More >>