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X–Men
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Date Written: 12/24/08 Last Updated: 1/10/16





Core Titles

Uncanny X–Men: 1963: (#1 – 66, 94 – 500+)
A second series of X–Men titled X – Men began in 1991 and is a companion series to Uncanny X–Men  The name changed several different times.

X–Men: October 1991 – June 2001 (#1–113)
New X–Men: July 2001 – June 2004 (#114–156)
X–Men: July 2004 – January 2008 (#157–207)
X–Men: Legacy: February 2008 – October 2012 (#208-275)
X–Men: Legacy: November 2012 – present ongoing


Other Titles

X – Treme X – Men: (#1 – 46) This is more of a short spin off to the X – Men core titles and serves as a prelude to Astonishing X – Men.
Astonishing X – Men: 2004: Takes place in the Marvel Universe, but is not directly tied to current crossover events like House of M, Civil War, etc. and focuses more on story.  It is not an alternate universe however.
Classic X – Men: These are reprints of older titles, however in MDCU these issues contain only the extra material.  If you want the reprints you can just as easily read the original Uncanny X – Men titles themselves as they are identical.  The extra material are very short stories about a day in the life of an X – Man from the classic days.
X – Men Forever: 2009: Alternate Universe
X – Men: First Class: 2006: Alternate Universe
X – Men: Unlimited: 1993: (#1 – 50) Each issue is a collection of short stories featuring a day in the life of one of the X – Men or their villains.
X – Men: Unlimited: 2004: (#1 – 14) Each issue is a collection of short stories featuring a day in the life of one of the X – Men or their villains.


Academy Students

New Mutants: 1982: Graphic Novel –– prelude to New Mutants 1983 series.
New Mutants: 1983 – 1991: (#1 – 100) X – Men spin off series for slightly younger audience featuring all new characters.  
The title then moved on to X – Force: 1991 – 2004: (1 – 129) and then X – Statix: 2002: (1 – 26).
New Mutants: 2003: (#1 – 13) Stories of the Xavier institute students.  A prelude to New X – Men.
New X – Men: 2004 – 2008: (#1 – 46) Stories of the Xavier academy students.  Later became Young X – Men.
Young X – Men: 2008: (#1 – 12) Further stories of the Young X – Men.  Later was replaced with New Mutants: 2009 and then with X – Infernus (#1 – 4), which served as a bridge between Young X – Men: 2008 and New Mutants: 2009.
X – Infernus: 2008 (#1 – 4) deals with Magik, Colossus little sister.
New Mutants: 2009: ongoing  New series that is more of a continuation of New Mutants: 1982.


Secondary Titles

X – Factor: 1986: vol. 1 (#1 – 149)
X – Factor: 2002: vol.2 (1 – 4)
X – Factor: 2005: vol.3 (#1 – 50) then reverts to vol 1 again starting with #200.
X – Factor: 2010: vol. 1 (again) (#200 – ongoing)
X – Force: 1991 (#1 – 129)
X – Force: 2008 (#1 – 28) Leads into Uncanny X–Force.
X – Force: 2010 begins October 6, 2010.

X–Factor: Prisoner of Love #1 (1990)
X–Factor: The Quick and the Dead #1 (July, 2008)
X–Factor Special: Layla Miller #1 (October, 2008)
Nation X: X–Factor #1 (March, 2010)


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