One of the most beloved X-Men gets a second shot at parental bliss, but what will they have to give up to obtain it?
This week's X-Men Gold breaks down the real reason Storm's Asgardian hammer returned to her, and brings with it a face from Ororo's past.
It's not a wedding if two people don't hook up after the ceremony. Iceman got his hookup, but things take a turn for the worst for the X-Man.
From dissolving Spider-Man's marriage to calling off big matrimonies in Batman and X-Men, why do comic publishers have it out for married superheroes?
Who did the big superhero wedding twist better: Marvel's Kitty Pryde and Colossus, or DC's Batman and Catwoman?
Following the shocking events of last week's X-Men wedding, we may have another one to look forward too in the future.
Best friends, big sisters, mentors and more return to the X-Men for the wedding of Kitty Pryde and Colossus.
A short conversation in X-Men Gold #30 almost led to Marvel's merry mutants borrowing the name of a popular, but missing, superhero team.
One of Kitty's closest friends plants the seed of doubt which leads to a major twist regarding X-Men Gold's much-hyped wedding.
With the big twists of X-Men Gold's long-teased wedding revealed by Marvel, the details of the new Mr. & Mrs. X Series come into focus.
In X-Men Red Annual #1, someone with a close connection to Jean Grey may have just surfaced as her deadliest enemy.
Sentinels, space and supremacists? Oh, my! Marvel Comics' X-Men Gold #29, by Marc Guggenheim and Geraldo Borges.