X-Men

How superhero culture helped me to overcome my depression

By Christopher Aguiar

As a kid, I found solace in the comic book characters who resembled my own outcast existence.

Are Hollywood blockbusters too long?

By John Wadsworth

With Justice League rumoured to be three hours in length, we ask: how much is too much?

Fancy winning one of these Logan IMAX posters?

By Little White Lies

All you have to do is answers the following five questions...

What does Logan mean for the future of comic-book movies?

By Christopher Machell

Wolverine’s hyper-violent final bow suggests that audiences are ready for more mature superheroes.

Logan

By David Jenkins

As Wolverine, Hugh Jackman bows out in real style in this soulful revisionist comic book yarn.

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Logan gets a lung-bustingly violent new trailer

By Adam Woodward

Wolverine is back for one last ride... and he’s bought a friend along with him.

How the X-Men franchise echoes The Usual Suspects

By Jonathan Bacon

The legacy of Bryan Singer’s 1995 masterpiece survives in his sprawling mutant odyssey.

X-Men: Apocalypse

By Adam Woodward

The third instalment in the rebooted comic book franchise is a colossal failure on every conceivable level.

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Watch the new trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse

By Little White Lies

It’s the end of the world as we know, unless those plucky mutant heroes can save the day once more...

Meet the costume designer who made Magneto’s helmet

By Little White Lies

Sammy Sheldon Differ also shows off Russell Crowe’s sword.

X-Men: Days of Future Past

By Chris Blohm

A cast of thousands join together for this romping and witty superhero sequel from Bryan Singer.

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X-Men: First Class

By Jonathan Williams

Not the phoenix like rebirth the X-Men needed, but a shot of adrenalin to the heart nonetheless.

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X-Men Origins: Wolverine

By Limara Salt

The eagerly awaited Wolverine spin off will leave you feeling all too under whelmed.

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X-Men: The Last Stand

By Matt Bochenski

Brett Ratner doesn’t have the brains, interest or budget to do the X-Men any kind of justice.

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