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Powers & House of X radically alter the landscape of the X-Men books. Does this make them ideal for new or lapsed fans to jump aboard?
As the X-Men enter a new dawn, new revelations about Professor X and Moira X's past rewrite the history of some of Marvel's strongest mutants.
Powers of X #6 reveals that if a certain mutant is brought back to life and allowed access to Krakoa, it may be the end of the X-Men.
According to Jonathan Hickman, some of the inconsistencies in House of X and Powers of X are by design.
A Powers of X variant cover seems to tease a cosmic new role for a classic member of the New Mutants and X-Force.
Jonathan Hickman has revealed a writer has signed on to write an X-Men solo series starring Moira X.
The two frenemies have been talking down to each other for years. Now that they're on the same side, though, it's becoming... problematic.
In Powers of X #6, the X-Men are forced to face a future fate much worse than extinction.
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One of Marvel's most underestimated mutants may have created a threat that could consume the entire Marvel Universe.
The Krakoan Quiet Council members have been confirmed, and it looks like Marvel already told us who will be leading the next era of the X-Men.
Powers of X takes the once-and-future White Queen off of a villainous path and returns her to the center of the X-Men's world.
We dive into HoX/PoX and the history of the X-Men to see which other mutants might sit on Krakoa's governing body, the Quiet Council.
The penultimate issue of Powers of X assembles the final pieces for Jonathan Hickman's bold future from the X-Men mythos.
Advance copies of Powers of X #5 may have erroneously revealed the full roster of the Quiet Council of Krakoa.
Powers of X partially reveals how Professor X's mutant nation is governed, and it could revive a long-running classic X-Men sub-plot.