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sir-brandothan:

How Frozen Should Have Ended

I FUCKING LOVE THIS

Everything would’ve been all good if Elsa went to Xavier

1 week ago on April 14th | J | 37,879 notes

gaminginyourunderwear:

bobbyrubio:

My X-Men Photoset

by Animator/Story Artist, Bobby Rubio

Bahahahahhaa

4 weeks ago on March 26th | J | 5,997 notes

immox:

I will always reblog this whenever it appears in my dashboard.

1 month ago on February 27th | J | 93,524 notes

Favourite Marvel Ladies by Phil Noto

2 months ago on February 8th | J | 667 notes
womeninmarvel:

All-New X-Men #13 by Brian Bendis and Stuart Immonen

Who should win X-Men character of the year and why?
"I think it should be Kitty Pryde. I’m not the biggest Kitty Pryde fan but Bendis really made me like the character in All New X-Men. I found her response to the naivety of Havok’s words on point and necessary. Labels aren’t going away. Like many of the people who disagreed with Havok’s speech I’ve been dealing with them most of my life. I related to Kitty’s words because like her and Havok I can pass too but it’s constant question of should I? At what point are just being private or are being ashamed? Kitty’s words to me were so positive because they were about finding pride in all of herself and not letting other people’s ignorance about one aspect of her define all of her or make her feel ashamed. That scene with Kitty was what the entire theme of the X-Men and the mutant metaphor is about, self acceptance and the realization that you are part of a much larger community than maybe in your lonelier moments you might realize. Through Kitty, Bendis continued to convey that important message in the flagship. Kitty summed up what the franchise is about this year so I have to go with Kitty." — David, Comicbookresources

This was a powerful moment for me also, and a spot-on smack down of Remender’s speech in Uncanny Avengers. 

womeninmarvel:

All-New X-Men #13 by Brian Bendis and Stuart Immonen

Who should win X-Men character of the year and why?

"I think it should be Kitty Pryde. I’m not the biggest Kitty Pryde fan but Bendis really made me like the character in All New X-Men. I found her response to the naivety of Havok’s words on point and necessary. Labels aren’t going away. Like many of the people who disagreed with Havok’s speech I’ve been dealing with them most of my life. I related to Kitty’s words because like her and Havok I can pass too but it’s constant question of should I? At what point are just being private or are being ashamed? Kitty’s words to me were so positive because they were about finding pride in all of herself and not letting other people’s ignorance about one aspect of her define all of her or make her feel ashamed. That scene with Kitty was what the entire theme of the X-Men and the mutant metaphor is about, self acceptance and the realization that you are part of a much larger community than maybe in your lonelier moments you might realize. Through Kitty, Bendis continued to convey that important message in the flagship. Kitty summed up what the franchise is about this year so I have to go with Kitty." — David, Comicbookresources

This was a powerful moment for me also, and a spot-on smack down of Remender’s speech in Uncanny Avengers. 

3 months ago on January 18th | J | 111 notes
gingerhaze:

There’s a 40% chance that all new characters are Mystique. There’s a 100% chance that Mystique is a terrible and creepy mother.

gingerhaze:

There’s a 40% chance that all new characters are Mystique. There’s a 100% chance that Mystique is a terrible and creepy mother.

4 months ago on December 3rd | J | 5,484 notes
sarafena:

     ”Just like old times. Except, you know, for everything else.”

sarafena:

     ”Just like old times. Except, you know, for everything else.”

5 months ago on November 20th | J | 799 notes

X-men v4 #003 (Olivier Coipel)

5 months ago on November 4th | J | 1,733 notes

ungoliantschilde:

Kyle Baker ~ Some of his “It’s Genetic” panels from Marvel Age.

6 months ago on October 8th | J | 6,568 notes

donthatemecusimbeautiful:

Artist Nate Hallinan has cast the X-Men as medieval characters in a fan fiction series entitled “The Order of the X”.

7 months ago on September 22nd | J | 9,237 notes