House of X / Powers of X

House of X / Powers of X

Mutants are the future, and the future begins now! Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (INFINITY, SECRET WARS) takes the reigns of the X-Men universe with artists Pepe Larraz and R.B. Silva to change the way you look at every X-Men story. HOUSE OF X and POWERS OF X intertwine to reveal the secret past, present, future, and far future of Mutantkind! It all starts when Charles Xavier reveals his new masterplan for Mutantkind, one that will bring mutants out of the shadow of humanity and into the light.

COLLECTING: House of X 1-6, Powers of X 1-6

Title:House of X / Powers of X
ISBN:9781302915704
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    House of X / Powers of X Reviews

  • Anne

    I loved the story!It really does make all the crazy X-men titles and wacky plotlines come together into something that resembles a cohesive story. And it makes them interesting again.Which, for someon...

  • Calista

    What a reboot to the series, or so I hear. Since they announced at Comic Con last summer 6 new X-men titles, I have been wanting to read them and this is my first one of the new batch. So many classic...

  • Sam Quixote

    The only interesting thing Marvel Comics did in 2019 was finally take a firm grip of their X-Men line - which has been floundering aimlessly for years with numerous silly and pointless death/marriage/...

  • Tiago

    Mutants have been persecuted throughout the entire Marvel history, they've been killed and abused over and over again.... NO MORE!Jonathan Hickman wrote one of the best franchise relaunches I have eve...

  • Khurram

    A truly epic story. Nothing short of a new world order. These stories House of X and Power of X needed to but put together, I could not imagine having them separately and then trying to put them toget...

  • Chad

    Finally the X-Men is good again for the first time since the last time they all lived on an island. Marvel has left the X-Men to flounder since the days of Schism. (I honestly think they were trying t...

  • Sean Gibson

    I cut my comics teeth on X-Men (specifically, the Dark Phoenix Saga) about 30 years ago, so Marvel’s merry mutants have always been my nearest and dearest four-color pals (well, except maybe for Spi...

  • James DeSantis

    House of X made X-Men a MUST read title once more. The thing is I didn't hate recent X-Men runs. One a few years ago by Bendis was pretty good, I liked some of Taylor's run as well as Astoning X-Men b...

  • Artemy

    A masterpiece and an instant classic. Quite possibly the best thing Hickman's ever written, and I'm almost sure the best X-Men run... ever. Easily the best thing to happen in comics all year, which is...

  • Matthew Quann

    I'm so happy to join in on the hype that Hickman's X-Men relaunch has engendered from critics and fans alike. This is a take that feels fresh, bold, and is a welcome utopian turn for a line of comics ...