X-Men Unlimited was the title of two comic book series published by Marvel Comics.
The purpose of this title was to run stories that fit between the main X-Men comics. The stories included all characters (heroes and villains) from the X-titles, and the issues were collections of short stories. An anthology title, these stories focus less on the main continuity and more on peripheral events occurring with the X-Men characters. The series ran from 1993 to 2003.
|X-Men Unlimited Vol. 1|
|Publication date||June 1993-September 2003|
|No. of issues||50|
This title allowed new and lesser-known writers and artists to write and draw X-Men comics. The comics were also usually self-contained stories; with the exception of a tie-in to the Onslaught crossover. This was particularly unique during the late 1990s when most X-Men titles frequently had story arcs that were several issues long. It ran as a quarterly feature releasing four issues per year until late 2002 when it converted into a monthly title.
|X-Men Unlimited Vol. 2|
Promotional art for issue #11, as drawn by Mike Deodato
|Publication date||April 2004-June 2006|
|No. of issues||14|
The second series ran from early 2004 to early 2006. The series' final issue was in June 2006. Each issue contained two short self-contained stories; in almost every case each story would focus specifically on one character, giving an in-depth glimpse into their psyche.
|Title||Material collected||Publication date||ISBN|
|X-Men: Fatal Attractions||X-Men Unlimited #1-2; Plus Uncanny X-Men #298-305, 315 and Annual #17; X-Factor #87-92; X-Force#25; X-Men Vol. 2 #25; Wolverine Vol. 2 #75; and Excalibur #71.||May 2, 2012||978-0785162452|
|X-Men: The Wedding of Cyclops & Phoenix||X-Men Unlimited #3; Plus X-Men Vol. 2 #27â30, X-Men Annual #2; Uncanny X-Men #308â310, Uncanny X-Men Annual #18; X-Men: The Wedding Album; What If Vol. 2 #60||October 2012||0-7851-6290-9|
|X-Men: Road to Onslaught Vol. 1||'X-Men Unlimited #8, Plus Uncanny X-Men #322â326; X-Men: Prime; X-Men Vol. 2#42â45; X-Men Annual '95; '||February 2014||978-0-7851-8825-4|
|X-Men: Road to Onslaught Vol. 2||X-Men Unlimited #9; Plus Uncanny X-Men #327â328; X-Men/Clandestine 1â2; X-Men Vol. 2 #46â49; X-Men Annual '95; Sabretooth #1||July 2014||978-07851-8830-8|
|X-Men: Road to Onslaught Vol. 3||X-Men Unlimited #10; Plus Uncanny X-Men #329â332; X-Men/Brood #1â2; X-Men Vol. 2 #50â52; Wolverine Vol. 2 #101; Archangel #1; Xavier Institute Alumni Yearbook||January 2015||978-07851-9005-9|
|X-Men/Avengers: Onslaught Omnibus||X-Men Unlimited #11; Plus Cable #32-36; Uncanny X-Men #333-337; X-Force #55, 57-58; X-Man 15-19; X-Men Vol. 2 #53-57, Annual '96; Onslaught: X-Men, Marvel Universe, Epilogue; Avengers #401-402; Fantastic Four #415; Incredible Hulk #444-445; Wolverine Vol. 2 #104-105; X-Factor #125-126; Amazing Spider-Man #415; Green Goblin #12; Spider-Man #72; Iron Man #332; Punisher Vol. 2 #11; Thor #502; X-Men: Road to Onslaught #1; material from Excalibur #100, Fantastic Four #416||July 2015||978-0785192626|
|X-Men: The Hunt for Professor X||X-Men Unlimited #22; Plus Uncanny X-Men #360-365; X-Men Vol. 2 #80-84, 1/2||June 2015||978-0785197201|
|X-Men Vs. Apocalypse Vol. 2: Ages of Apocalypse||X-Men Unlimited #26; Plus X-51 #8, Uncanny X-Men #378 and Annual 1999, Cable #77, Wolverine Vol. 2 #148, X-Men Vol. 2 #98, and X-Men: The Search of Cyclops #1-4||September 2008||978-0785122647|
|X-Men Legends Vol. 4: Hated & Feared||X-Men Unlimited #31, 35-36, 38, 40, 42, 46-49||December 2003|
|Exiles Vol. 5: Unnatural Instincts||X-Men Unlimited #41, plus Exiles #26â30||July 2006||0-7851-1110-7|
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