Multiple Man sacrifices his army of duplicate bodies in Marvel's preview of Uncanny X-Men #1.
The X-Men have a devil may care attitude about the platitudes of disrupting the placidity of past, present and future. Multiple Man is no different.
With the cover of the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #2 sporting a slew of Multiple Men, it's looking like Madrox might be the story's big bad.
Multiple Man #2 addresses plot threads from Peter David's X-Factor stories which gave Jaime Madrox a taste of family life.
Days of Future Past might be the greatest X-Men story ever told, but no one told that to Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man.
Matthew Rosenberg and Andy MacDonald have made a story about the Multiple Man a genuine must-read X-Men comic.
The solution to bringing the X-Men's Jamie Madrox back from the dead is both simple and a hell of a lot of fun - so far.
As part of its fresh start initiative, Marvel Comics will bring Jamie Madrox back from the dead in a new Multiple Man series.
Fox is developing a Multiple Man/Jamie Madrox-centric X-Men spinoff that will star James Franco and be written by the scribe behind Wonder Woman.
The art comes from a late '80s limited series that never saw the light of day.
The latest in a whirlwind of rumor contends Fox might look to Quicksilver or Multiple Man -- or both -- to anchor a live-action X-Men television drama.