Revisit a beloved X-Men era in this series inspired by the classic cartoon! The 1990s roll call is as uncanny as ever: Professor X, Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine, Rogue, Gambit and Jubilee! And they’re facing off against their decade’s fiercest foes, both on Battleworld and at a newly expanded Xavier’s School! But who are the Shadow Queen and Alpha Red?! And with the X-Men under siege, can X-Force ’92 save them? New mutants arrive at the school, Lila Cheney teleports in for Westchester’s biggest music festival, and deadly menaces threaten mutantkind — including the Brood and Apocalypse! But when the X-Men found their own nation on the island of Krakoa, will they finally find peace? And which mysteriously long-lived mutant is guiding them from the shadows? Collecting X-MEN ’92 (2015) #1-4, X-MEN ’92 (2016) #1-10 and X-MEN ’92: HOUSE OF XCII #1-5.
About the Author
Chris Sims is primarily known for his work as the senior writer of the Eisner Award-winning Comics Alliance, but it turns out that he actually writes comics, too. Since 2007, he's been collaborating with co-writer Chad Bowers on projects like the Oni Press graphic novel Down Set Fight! and working as the sole writer on self-published titles like Skater X and Dracula the Unconquered. Writing Rogue and Gambit together is the most fun he has ever had while writing comics.
Chad Bowers is the co-writer of X-Men ’92. His credits also include Subatomic Party Girls, Bill & Ted’s Most Triumphant Return, and the YALSA-nominated Down Set Fight! (with Chris Sims). He lives in South Carolina with his wife and two sons, and spends far too much time thinking about Johnny Cash and G.I. Joe.
Throughout the 1990s, Scott Koblish inked his way across the Marvel Multiverse with runs on Captain America, Elektra, G.I. Joe, Marc Spector: Moon Knight, Marvel Comics Presents, Punisher War Journal, and multiple titles in the X-Men and 2099 subgenres. He inked his own pencils on Uncanny X-Men: First Class and Wolverine: First Class before providing art for Marvel Adventures the Avengers, Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four, Marvel Adventures Iron Man and more. He also inked several limited series set in the MC2 universe. Koblish has since firmly established himself as one of the greatest Deadpool artists of all time.
For Miralti Firmansyah, the beat dropped when she brought the annual rave party Tomorrowland, straight from Belgium to comic book in 2013. She honed her skills doing work like “Maximum Force” in Heavy Metal magazine until she landed on the charming miniseries Star Lord and Kitty Pride. It was her first encounter with the Marvel family in 2015, teaming up with Jessica Kholinne. She then slipped happily into reminiscing about her childhood heroes while illustrating X-Men ’92.