Finally, after more than a decade, audiences could say the "Dark Phoenix" storyline was over, or so we thought.
As we approach the end of Fox’s tenure in charge of the X-Men, it seems like a good time to take a look back at how they have addressed continuity over 12 films and almost two decades.
Because who didn’t want to live at fancy superhero boarding school back in the day?
By sacrificing style for the sake of safety, the X-Men film series ends with a whimper.
The era of the 20th Century Fox-men (sorry, not sorry) is over. Celebrate as you see fit.
2000's first hero hit kept it's distance from the comics.
The most beloved comic book storyline gets another swing at the cinematic plate.
Since the very early years of the internet, we've been suggesting ideas for Marvel's mutant superheroes.
Now that our watch has ended, we can look forward to seeing our favorite Game of Thrones cast-members in all these exciting future projects.
The revamped X-Men series once used its period setting as a way to tell its story, but this effect has dwindled with each new installment.