If you aren't reading this book - you should.
Mera goes to look for dog food.
New story arc featuring the little used characters from yesteryear.
Doc Doom shows up as the man behind the curtain which separated our two protagonists.
An elaborate beginning to how Deadpool plans to off himself.
Tombstone ? Where the hell's he been ?
Why is this series being cancelled. Why.
Madrox finds a way home.
An interesting story featuring new characters in a different setting.
Panya engages with The Silencer and a stand alone story.
Great issue, just read it and it'll explain itself.
Trip to Sinister London concludes.
End to the newest reboot.
In what would be a great cover to signify the team's trip to Sinister London - it's ruined by the AvX plug on the top.
Namor punches Thing as a member of the X-Men and says 'Imperious Rex'.
Peter should have beaten the snot out of Ross. Instead, he saves the island foundation and takes it on the chin.
An interesting villain - Unit - sports some compelling dialogue as he seems intent on further investigating Hope.
Agent green hair has her prison get out from under her.
Namor gets 'er done. Good story featuring characters with good ethical quandaries to present to the audience.
Quick on the uptake alien also reveals an armor-clad antagonist who isn't too keen on having the X Nation in his own.
No no, this is something ELSE weird in Montana.
A stand alone issue featuring an entity in what is a truly tragic scenario. Sad but very telling.
I'm biased to anything featuring galactic characters. So when Sinister manages to commandeer a Celestial - fun ensues.
Essex conjures some witty commentary as the X nation tries to find out what his end game is.
Marvel re-boots Uncanny. Some rhetoric was given over how the teams would be separated into more functional units. Cyclops reflects over the bad story of Schism and the ridiculous principle to cause his conflict with Logan.
If you're not reading this book and you are looking at this list - stop. And go buy the series.
A great character piece featuring Wolfsbane and a great cover to boot.
David continues to masterfully blend the personalities of very unique team members even though there's multiples story threads occurring at once.
Great story about the Morrigan and how Siryn has a role to play with her. Great cover art as well.
Great character piece on Layla - she seems to be growing on a lot of people.
Guido gets mad after M acts like she normally does.
How Apocalypse came into being.
Arguably one of the best written solo issues I've personally read in many years.
Latest chapter of Ebony and Hip's romantic affairs.
Great cover art to segue-way into how/why the two characters have opposing cosmic purposes.
Finale to 'Death of the Family'. Wherefore art the Joker?
Stand alone featuring Arsenal in some exploits in China.
Who's in charge of Monet's body?
General Lee did what?
Who run Bartertown? I mean, X-Factor...
Wait, where are they going?
Buy this for the cover alone. Plus, it features Siren - tough to beat a cute Ginger.
This is an excellent character development story for Lorna - plus that cover is fantastic.
Who's afraid of a Little Bad Wolf?
A character study featuring Bruce and one of his mentors; Ted Grant.
Where Demons go to Lie.
The death of Nur's father.
Great twist ending - how Detective should be written.
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