Kitty Pryde brings together a team of X-Men and face a new form of old enemies.
The prototypical Warren Ellis bad boy who ended up dating a prototypical American good girl.
The X-Men get a warning from the future to stop an assassination attempt in this all-time classic X-story.
Creating a credible kid sidekick isn’t an easy task. The basic concept is always to give the younger readers a character they can personally
Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde is a middle of the pack Secret Wars tie-in. Currently ranked 22nd in our Power Rankings, it is not a bad
Marvel has really gotten a lot out of a story line that was surprisingly only two issues of Uncanny X-Men back in 1981.
As I’ve made my way through reading all the Secret Wars tie-ins, some titles naturally gravitated to the bottom of my “to read” pile for
In the late 80’s/early 90’s unless you were wearing a red and blue spider suit, nothing was as big as the X-Men for Marvel.
I love a good X-Men cosplay, especially if it’s Kitty Pryde (my gamer tag just incase anyone wanted to know….actually it’s HelloKittyPryde, but who
Most big comics crossovers and story lines generally promise a death. Most of the time, the death is someone nobody really cares about. The