From disruptive success to damnatio memoriae: Ian Gregory investigates the parable of Rob Liefeld, the man who ousted Claremont from mutants.
What is in a name? Semi-serious reflections on Jonathan Hickman's House of X/Power of X and the risks of over-interpretation.
We interviewed Tom Muller, the graphic designer who studied the entire new graphics of the mutant publications of Marvel Comics.
Unexpected, last minute guest of Lucca Comics and Games 2019, Matthew Rosenberg found some time to talk with us about his love for comics, his stories and his relationship with the X-Men.
Concurrently with the Italian release of the first issue Xouse of X, the first piece of the mutant renaissance by Johnatan Hickman, we had the opportunity to interview Pepe Larraz, penciler of the entire miniseries and guest of Lucca Comics & Games 2019.
We present an exclusive interview with Aaron Sims from Aaron Sims Creative, who worked on the visual effects and concept design for X-Men: Dark Phoenix, the last chapter of the X-Men saga directed by Simon Kinberg.
Welcome to the fourth appointment of our interviews with some authors who have grappled with the mutant stories: today is the turn of Joe Kelly.
Third meeting of our interviews with some authors who have grappled with the mutant’s stories: Steven T. Seagle answers our questions.
First date of our interviews with some authors who have grappled with the mutants stories: we could not start with the X-writer par excellence, Chris Claremont.