New X-Men comics and collections from Marvel in 2022

With its numerous titles and ever-changing shipping schedule, it might help to have an updated list of new X-Men comic books and collections.

So you’ve come to the right place. 

Every month Marvel Comics publishes a wide variety of X-Men series, limited series, specials, and collections gathering recent story arcs from the mutant corner of the Marvel Universe all in one volume. And in some cases, bringing back storylines that haven’t been available in print for years.

So for more on all of Marvel’s X-Men titles as well as everything else the publisher offers, check out our regularly updated list of new X-Men comics and Marvel’s full monthly schedules through September. 

Here’s a week-by-week guide of all the new X-Men comics on their way. 

Wednesday, July 6

Wednesday, July 13

Immortal X-Men #4

Immortal X-Men #4 (Image credit: Marvel Comics)

Wednesday, July 20

Wednesday, July 27

Wednesday, August 3

Wednesday, August 10

Wednesday, August 17

Wednesday, August 24

Wednesday, August 31

Wednesday, September 7

Wednesday, September 14

Wednesday, September 21

Wednesday, September 28

Wednesday, October 5

Wednesday, October 12

Wednesday, October 19

Wednesday, October 26

Wednesday, November 2

Wednesday, November 9

Wednesday, November 23

Wednesday, November 30

  • Wolverine Omnibus Vol. 3 hardcover (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab)by writers Larry Hama, Peter David, Fabian Nicieza, D.G. Chichester, Tom Defalco, Howard Mackie, Jim Lee, John Byrne, Scott Lobdell, Richard Howell, Timothy Truman, and Rob Liefeld and artists Marc Silvestri, Larry Stroman, Jerry Decaire, Andy Kubert, Darick Robertson, John Buscema, John Romita Jr., Jim Lee, Richard Howell, Sam Kieth, Todd Fox, Jim Valentino, and Gene Colan collects Wolverine (1988) #31-59, Wolverine: Bloody Choices, Wolverine: Rahne of Terra, Ghost Rider/Wolverine/Punisher: Hearts of Darkness, X-Men (1991) #4-7, and Material From Marvel Fanfare (1982) #54-55 and Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #85-108

Wednesday, December 14

On sale Wednesday, January 4

  • House of M Omnibus hardcover (opens in new tab) by writers Brian Michael Bendis, Tom Peyer, Mark Waid, John Layman, Greg Pak, Fabian Nicieza, Reginald Hudlin, Chris Claremont, Daniel Way, Ed Brubaker, Peter David, Nunzio Defilippis, Christina Weir, Tony Bedard, David Hine, and more and artists Olivier Coipel, Salvador Larroca, Scot Eaton, Pat Lee, Adam Kubert, and more collects House of M (2005) #1-8, Spider-Man: House of M #1-5, Fantastic Four: House of M #1-3, Iron Man: House of M #1-3, New Thunderbolts #11, Black Panther (2005) #7, Uncanny X-Men (1981) #462-465, Wolverine (2003) #33-35, Captain America (2004) #10, Pulse #10, Cable & Deadpool #17, Incredible Hulk (2000) #83-87, New X-Men (2004) #16-19, Exiles (2001) #69-71, Mutopia X #1-5, Decimation: House of M — The Day After, Giant-Size Ms. Marvel #1, Secrets of The House of M, Pulse: House of M Special, House of M #1 Director’s Cut, House of M Sketchbook, and Material From Hulk: Broken Worlds #1

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