Marvel Comics has been Publishing hit Comic Books since the 1930's and One of their Biggest Titles are the X-Men Comic Books. Wolverine is the Most Popular of the X-Men. His Popularity led to his own Series, Wolverine and The X-Men.
Marvel Comics has been publishing comic books since the early 1930’s and has produced a record breaking number comic books and has introduced some of the best superheroes and villains to date. One of the best selling comic books coming out of the Marvel Universe is the X-Men series, which gave birth to one of the most sought-after heroes to hit the comic book world, Wolverine.
Wolverine and The X-Men is a comic book series that was spun out of the 2011 crossover X-Men: Regenesis. This comic book run has Wolverine leaving Utopia with a group of X-Men and students that have moved back to Westchester, New York, where they founded the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. The early comic book issues focused mainly on the Jean Grey School along with the faculty and its students.
The main arch nemesis of Wolverine and the X-Men is the Hellfire Club, which was made up of a group of homicidal genius children that are led by Kade Kilgore. This run of comic books also brings in numerous different X-Men and villains.
The first series of Wolverine and the X-Men comic books ran for forty-two issues after which it was directly continued into Wolverine and the X-Men Volume two, which ran for twelve issues and ended with the death of Wolverine.
Wolverine and the X-Men comic books are a fun and light-hearted, mixing high school melodrama with ridiculous sci-fi concepts. There is a quirky mix of students, and part of the fun is seeing X-Men characters like Logan, aka Wolverine, Kitty Pryde, Beast and Iceman stepping up into their new roles as teachers.
Fans of X-Men comic books and Wolverine fans will find the latest in X-Men comic books right here at White Dragon Comics. Take your time and look over our many different titles of X-Men comic books and their characters in other stories listed on our site.