The X-Men has since remained as one of the hallmarks of the comp
Published: Sunday 26 February, 2017
In 1975 the team is re-launched with major changes. The series was written by screenwriter Len Wein (who only lasted a number) and Chris Claremont (who would replace it). The X-Men became one of the most successful superhero comic books, driving dozens of other titles and the careers of the artists and scriptwriters who worked on it Cosplay Australia
In 1991 a derivative, titled X-Men (a dried) was created. The Uncanny X-Men and The X-Men told stories generally intermingling the two X-Men teams at that time in their history (blue and gold). With the arrival of famous screenwriter Grant Morrison, from 2001 to 2004 the X-Men series was renamed New X-Men. From 2002 all the titles of the collections removed the article of the titles.
During brief moments of the series, there have been some other alternative titles like X-Treme X-Men or Astonishing X-Men, although its duration has been relatively brief Harry Potter Costume
In addition to these series, there have been many other related regular series, in which they stand out:
New Mutants (1983-1990) (2009-2011): A kind of juvenile version of the X-Men. After a long period of editorial life, the comic was re-released as X-Force.
X-Factor (1986-1998) (2006-2011) (2014-2015): Name used by the first X-Men after meeting again after they retired. The series underwent its own evolution and created its own gap as super mutant group more tied to the American government. In recent times it has re-emerged as a private detective agency: X-Factor Research Agency (2006-2013)
Excalibur (1988-1998) (2006-2007): British mutant majority group (some of them former X-Men). Eventually the title was re-released as New Excalibur (2006-2007).
X-Force (1990-2001) (2008-2010) (2010-present): Mutant para-military organization with a more aggressive and relatively violent approach than the rest of the X-groups Harvest Moon Costume
X-Generation (1994-2001): Third Generation Mutant Youth of the Xavier School. The series was an attempt to make a hybrid between Marvel mutant comics, with popular American television series (such as Beverly Hills, 90210).
New X-Men (2003-2008) (formerly New Mutants or New X-Men: Academy-X), starring teenage students of the Xavier Institute in its fourth generation.