Celebrate 50 Years Of X-Men With Marvel.com’s 50 GREATEST X-MEN OF ALL-TIME!
In 1963, Uncanny X-Men #1 gave the world their first look into the new world of Marvel’s Merry Mutants. Now 50 years later, after countless sagas, numerous incarnations, and even multiple realities – the X-Men stand as a pop culture phenomenon. In honor of the 50th Anniversary, Marvel.com has brought in a panel of experts, including fans and professionals alike – to painstakingly select the 50 Greatest X-Men of All-Time! Did your favorite make the cut? Check out the whole list to see where!
After the list, be sure to check out a very special episode of the ‘This Week in Marvel’ podcast featuring X-Men Editors Nick Lowe, Jeanine Schaefer, Tom Brennan, Daniel Ketchum, Jordan D. White, and Xander Jarowney! The X-Editors join host Ben Morse for a lively roundtable discussion of the history of Marvel’s Merry Mutants as well as their favorite characters, storylines, romances, and much more!
Download episode #104.5 of This Week in Marvel from Marvel.com here!
And don’t miss X-Men: Gold #1 in print and digital this November, jam packed with stories by all-star creators from the storied history of Marvels Mutants! X-Men: Gold #1 features all-new stories by legendary creators from throughout the X-Men’s rich 50 year history – including Chris Claremont, Stan Lee, Walt Simonson, Len Wein and many, many more!
X-MEN: GOLD #1 (SEP130754)
Written by CHRIS CLAREMONT, STAN LEE, LOUISE SIMONSON, LEN WIEN, FABIAN NICEZA, & ROY THOMAS
Art by WALTER SIMONSON, BOB MCLEOD, JORGE MOLINA, SALVADOR LARROCA, & PAT OLLIFFE
Cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
Variant Cover by JOHN CASSADAY
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