The X-Men, X-Factor, and the New Mutants fight a devastating war on three fronts in 1988’s Fall of the Mutants Omnibus.
The brand new Captain Britain Omnibus collects a number of rare Marvel UK issues, as well as the renowned Alan Moore and Alan Davis stories (although, as usual, you won’t find Moore’s name anywhere inside the omnibus).
With news that Alan Moore’s seminal reinvention of classic British superhero Miracleman (originally known as Marvelman) is about to join the Marvel Universe in the new Timeless mini-series, Marvel will once again reissue the original stories in an all new Omnibus in September.
When Marvel first created an anthology called X-Men Legends, it was only a matter of time before the writer most associated with the title, Chris Claremont, returned to expand on his already voluminous work with the world-famous mutants.
Although the Marvel UK comics were geared towards readers in the United Kingdom, many comic shops in the US did carry them, and Knights of Pendragon had one of the longest and most memorable runs of any of the titles.
Larry Hama and Marc Silvestri’s initial Wolverine run (which began in 1990) will be collected in the latest Wolverine Epic Collection entitled Wolverine: Blood and Claws this July.