Women take over 'X-Men' – For the first time in its 50-year history, the X-Men will be made up entirely of women: Storm, Rogue, Jubilee, Kitty Pryde, Rachel Grey and Psylocke make up the mutant team in "X-Men" #1, in stores May 29. Check out more of this exclusive look at that first issue (hide captions to get the full picture).
Women take over 'X-Men' – Since 2011, the school for mutants has been named after Jean Grey, the first female member of the X-Men.
Women take over 'X-Men' – Fearless Defenders is the only other female Marvel Comics team.
Women take over 'X-Men' – "This is 100% something I've wanted to do in my heart of hearts for years," editor Jeanine Schaefer said.
Women take over 'X-Men' – Jubilee is going to be a focus of the new series, according to writer Brian Wood.
Women take over 'X-Men' – The many X-Men titles have consistently been top sellers since the 1970s.
Women take over 'X-Men' – The new team is made up of popular established female characters, a testament to the strong women in "X-Men" history.
Women take over 'X-Men' – The first villain the team is set to face is a man named John Sublime.
Women take over 'X-Men' – This series is a relaunch of an "X-Men" title that began in 2010. The original "X-Men" title's first issue was the best-selling comic book of all time in 1991.