Tony Stark has eyes on the young superhero he'd love to mentor as part of his grand vision for Stark Unlimited.
This month's X-Men Red and Return of Wolverine tell the same story of empathy and family through different lenses. And also violence.
Jean Grey pulls out all the stops in X-Men: Red #9 to save someone close in a move that echoes the finale of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The twisted villain turns one of the X-Men's most powerful members against their friends and family on the Red team.
Jean Grey continues to be the social justice warrior against the hate-mongering Cassandra Nova in Marvel's politically-charged X-Men Red.
She may be a fictional hero, but the lesson Jean Grey is spreading in X-Men Red is one we could do well to heed in the real world.
An invading army of Sentinels terminate one of Marvel's X-Men teams in X-Men Red #5's Extermination post-credits scene.
In X-Men Red Annual #1, we learn that Jean Grey might be even an even stronger mutant than we were led to believe.
In X-Men Red Annual #1, someone with a close connection to Jean Grey may have just surfaced as her deadliest enemy.
Tom Taylor will be joined by a new artist for his sixth issue on the hit series X-Men Red, hitting stands in July.
X-Men Red's annual shows us what happened immediately after Jean Grey's return from the grave in Phoenix Resurrection.
X-Men Red #4 introduces a new threat in the form of the next level of Sentinels. What's more, they're coming from an unexpected source...
In X-Men Red #3, Jean Grey and her team's attempts to change the world for the better results in a suprising new addition to their ranks.