List of X-Men comics

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The X-Men are a team of superheroes appearing in American comic books published by the Marvel Comics. The X-Men first appeared in the self-titled X-Men comic, cover dated September 1963. Due to the X-Men's immense popularity, Marvel has launched dozens of spin-off series, called "X-Legs," throughout the years.

Like Uncanny X-Men, most X-books feature mutants, humans born with extraordinary powers due to a genetic mutation. Some X-Books feature mutant superhero teams while others feature solo adventures of characters who became popular in Uncanny X-Men or another X-Book. Occasionally, X-Books use mutants as a metaphor for racial, religious and other minorities oppressed by society.

For the purpose of this list, "X-Men Comics" will be defined by the following criteria:


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  • Cable, vol. 1 (1993–2002), #1-156, #-1, Annual #1
  • Cable, vol. 2 (2008–2010), #1-26, King-Size Spectacular
  • Cable, vol. 3 (2017–2018), #1-5, #150-159
  • Cable & Deadpool (2004–2008), #1-50
  • Cable and X-Force (2013–2014), #1-19
  • Classic X-Men (1986–1990), #1-110 (reprinted late 1970s and early 1980s issues of X-Men, vol. 1, re-titled X-Men Classic from issue #46)
  • Cyclops, vol. 3 (2014–2015), #1-12

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  • Fallen Angels, vol. 2 (2019–ongoing)

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  • Iceman, vol. 3 (2017–2018), #1-11

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  • Jean Grey (2017–2018), #1-11

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  • Magneto (2014–2015), #1-21
  • Maverick (1997–1998), #1-12
  • Marauders, vol. 1 (2019–ongoing)
  • Mutant X (1998–2001), #1-32, Annual 1999, 2000, 2001
  • Mystique (2003–2005), #1-24

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  • Quicksilver (1997–1998), #1-13, Heroes For Hire/Quicksilver Annual '98

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  • Rogue, vol. 3 (2004–2005), #1-12

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