In X-Men Red Annual #1, we learn that Jean Grey might be even an even stronger mutant than we were led to believe.
X-Men Red's annual shows us what happened immediately after Jean Grey's return from the grave in Phoenix Resurrection.
In X-Men Red, Jean Grey returns to prominence in the Marvel Universe, a resurrection perfectly timed to the current state of the world.
Young Jean Grey may have died at the talon of the Phoenix, but one thing we've learned about the mutant is that death only slows her down.
While the adult Jean Grey has the Phoenix to thank for her resurrection, the time-displaced teenage X-Men also played a crucial role in her revival.
Jean Grey's return resolves her long-running manipulation by The Phoenix for good.
One of the most important and well known X-Men just died at the talons of The Phoenix.
Writer Matthew Rosenberg spills secrets about the massive cast and epic scope of his X-Men event, Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey.
While the Phoenix Force may want the young Jean Grey, it may just get the adult version of the X-Man instead.
From Phoenix's secret history to Dark Phoenix's team up with Darkseid, join CBR as we reveal 15 Phoenix facts that even diehard X-Men fans don't know!
With Generations and the upcoming Legacy relaunch, it looks like Marvel is actively working to change readers' perception of the Phoenix Force.
Jean Grey seeks out Doctor Strange for help with her Phone Force problem, leading to a huge X-Men related return.
Dennis Hopeless discusses the Marvel Legacy arc of Jean Grey, where the title character targets Emma Frost's mind in a psychic heist.
When Marvel Legacy arrives, the X-Men's Jean Grey will find herself looking for help from one of her older counterpart's biggest enemies.