Cassandra Nova is a monster who deals in lies, and Jean Grey has had just about enough. With the help of Tony Stark, she brings in the big guns.
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...