Their time is up in Extermination, but why is it so important that the future of the original X-Men must lie in the past?
A prominent member of Marvel's X-Men appears to have met a grisly end in Extermination #4.
X-Force is out for revenge against Cable's killer, and an original, time-displaced X-Man is along for the ride.
Marvel reveals that Extermination #5, the issue that could potentially change everything for the X-Men, will be released in mid-December.
The final issue of X-Men Blue brings us full circle, as the original teenage X-Team prepares to say farewell to friends and family.
In Extermination #3, an X-Men villain gets his own devious finger snap moment, evoking the Mad Titan, Thanos.
Marvel's preview of Extermination #3 reveals how the mystery mutant siblings play a key role in Ahab's villainous plans.
Before the Original Five head home, X-Men Blue #35 reveals just how much they change in the pre-Extermination future.
Marvel has released the first details about X-Men: The Exterminated #1, which will see the mutant team grieving for Cable.
A traumatic act committed in Extermination #2 brings back similar memories to an Uncanny X-Men crossover from the 1980s.
In the pages of Extermination #2, the young, time-traveling Jean Grey chooses to join the X-Force strike team, in what could be a big change.
A conversation within the pages of Extermination #2 may finally put to bed the paradoxes surrounding the original five X-Men.
A local shopper's services are needed in a preview of Extermination #2. But what is the individual's connection to the Original Five X-Men?
The original team of teen mutants may have destroyed the future for all in Marvel Comics' Extermination #2, by Ed Brisson and Pepe Larraz.
Heads are going to roll in Extermination, but with so many characters involved in the storyline, most of them probably won't be coming back
With Extermination #1 revealing the identity of its mystery character, we break down exactly how the twist makes perfect sense.