Is Marvel burying X-Men and the Fantastic Four?

Discussion in 'Marvel Comics and Collectibles' started by Wonder Woman, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman Well-Known Member

    Jan 7, 2002
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    There have actually been a lot of great X-Men titles and events over the last ten years. X-Men: Messiah Complex was an excellent crossover, and its follow-up Second Coming was also a worthwhile read. Jason Aaron's Wolverine and The X-Men was the funnest X-Men book in ages. The quality dipped just a little bit partway through the series, but it was consistent for the most part and even had a satisfying conclusion. Rick Remender's Uncanny X-Force is bar none one of the best X-Men comics of all-time. It's a dark, brutal story that is a must read for X-fans. Brilliant stuff.

    Even then, Brubaker, Fraction and Gillen all penned worthwhile X-Men stories, some good, some great, never any outright bad. Magneto was an absolutely fantastic comic, and the first six issues are some of the best X-Men stories in the past couple years and easily the best of the X-Men comics out of the Marvel Now! branded titles.

    There was plenty of great X-Men stuff over the last ten years. Plenty.

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