Readers who grew up in the 90s certainly couldn’t get enough of the X-Men, making the series one of the best selling and most prolific of the decade.
“Acts of Vengeance” as an event pitted Marvel heroes against villains they never faced before (or rarely), hoping to create some new rivalries along the way.
David Michelinie, Scott McDaniel, Keith Williams, Fabian Nicieza, and Brandon Peterson’s Four part “The Hero Killers” cross-over and the debut of Carnage are the highlights of the latest Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection.
In the late ’80s and early ’90s, it was mandatory at Marvel that any word that started with an “E” was to be replaced with an “X” in the title of a new story arc or new series.
The latest X-Men Epic Collection returns readers to the halcyon days before the Great Comics Crash with the 1991 debut of the time-hopping mutant Bishop in Bishop’s Crossing.
Deadpool finally enters the popular Epic Collection series with a compendium of his first appearances in the Marvel Universe.