Joe Madureira’s X-Men: a comic-book retrospective (video).

January 11, 2022 | By | Reply More

Bryan Lee O’Malley sits down with Ed and Jim to investigate Joe Madureira’s tenure on the X-Men comic-book series.

In 1994, Madureira took over as the regular penciler on Uncanny X-Men. During the “Age of Apocalypse” storyline, all X-Men titles were renamed, and Madureira illustrated the four-issue miniseries Astonishing X-Men, Vol. 1 to replace Uncanny X-Men.

In 1997, he departed Uncanny X-Men to concentrate on Battle Chasers, a sword and sorcery book for Wildstorm Comics’ creator-owned Cliffhanger line (before it was sold to DC Comics). He said shortly before quitting Uncanny X-Men that the series had grown too “dark and sad” for him.

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