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    Default X-Men Continuity

    I finally found a continuity that seems to work well enough over at http://www.uncannyxmen.net
    From there I'm going to piece together from their forum the orders that some of them have posted. I'm going to start with the Reload in 2004, since it seems like a good place for new people to jump on to. For now, I'll post up to the House of M, when I have time, I'll get the rest as far as i can go.

    Excalibur #1-10
    X-Men #157-160
    New X-Men: Academy X #1-6
    Uncanny X-Men #444-447
    Astonishing X-Men #1-6
    X-Men #161-164
    New X-Men: Academy X #7-9
    Uncanny X-Men #448-454
    X-Men #165-170
    Astonishing X-Men #7-12
    X-Men #171-174
    New X-Men: Academy X #10-12
    Uncanny X-Men #455-459
    New X-Men: Academy X #13
    Uncanny X-Men #460-461
    Excalibur #11-12
    X-Men #175
    Black Panther #8
    X-Men #176
    Black Panther #9
    Excalibur #13-14
    New X-Men: Academy X #14-15
    New X-Men: Academy X Yearbook
    New X-Men: Hellions #1-4

    House of M #1

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    There's a list somewhere -- well, a series of lists -- that catalogs every single appearance of the X-Men in chronological order, including guest-starring in other Marvel titles, flashbacks, etc. I'll try to remember and post a link to it tonight after I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lucky One View Post
    There's a list somewhere -- well, a series of lists -- that catalogs every single appearance of the X-Men in chronological order, including guest-starring in other Marvel titles, flashbacks, etc. I'll try to remember and post a link to it tonight after I get home.

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    Wow, I wonder...I think its pretty difficult to track now and especially during the Post issue 66 and pre Giant Size days, since the X-Men appeared all over the place, and since their series was pretty much Reprints...
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    Uncanny X-Men #196

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lucky One View Post
    There's a list somewhere -- well, a series of lists -- that catalogs every single appearance of the X-Men in chronological order, including guest-starring in other Marvel titles, flashbacks, etc. I'll try to remember and post a link to it tonight after I get home.

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    Is it like that Ultimate list that guy updates every so often, with issue numbers, dates, and even including individual panels differing in time from the rest of a story?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDM View Post
    These guys are actually really usefull. If you want background on a character in particular it'll tell you which titles they appeared in and every issue thereof.

    They're good. Makes things a lot easier to track down.

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    Here we go. Every X-Men appearance (and related characters) in chronological order, up to early 1998.

    http://www.chronology.net/default.pl/timelines

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    Try to fit something into continuity into this overexposed Wolverine and Astonishing X-men days it's a VERY though job...
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    Astonishing X-Men from #13 to the end of Whedon's run is all going to represent only like 3 days of continuity back in 2004 or 2005 (by release dates of other titles, I mean). I know #13-18 was all one day, and the current arc picks up directly from that. There's no problem with that, tho. I mean Ulysses was all one day and Finnegans Wake was all one night. :)

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    here's a House of M reading order that works well enough, i'm going to stop at Decimation for now I'm only posting X-Men related titles

    House of M #1
    Uncanny X-Men #462
    Mutopia X #1
    House of M #2
    Uncanny X-Men #463
    House of M #3
    Wolverine #33
    Mutopia X #2
    Uncanny X-Men #464
    Wolverine #34-35
    House of M #4
    New X-Men: Academy X #16
    Uncanny X-Men #465
    Mutopia X #3
    House of M #5
    New X-Men: Academy X #17
    House of M #6
    New X-Men: Academy X #18
    House of M #7
    Mutopia X #4
    New X-Men: Academy X #19
    House of M #8
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    I think its a mental headache to try to make sense of it all.....unless there's some crossover I dont think it really matters.....mostly b/c i dont read every xbook there is

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    Here are the Decimation books in a reading order that works well enough. As soon as all the issues come out, then i'll be doing all the books between Decimation and Endangered Species. That may be awhile as not all the books are out yet.

    House of M #8

    Decimation: House of M - The Day After
    X-Men #177-179
    New X-Men #20-24
    Mutopia X #5
    Generation M #1
    X-Factor #1-2
    Son of M #1-2
    Uncanny X-Men #466-468
    Wolverine #36-38
    X-Men: The 198 #1-5
    X-Factor #3
    Wolverine #39-40
    Generation M #2
    Uncanny X-Men 469-471
    Son of M #3-4
    Generation M #3
    Uncanny X-Men #472-474
    Uncanny X-Men Annual #1
    X-Factor #4-7
    Generation M #4
    Son of M #5-6
    X-Men #180-186
    Generation M #5
    X-Men #187
    New X-Men #25-27
    X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1-6
    Last edited by caspian901; 04-20-2007 at 11:10 AM.

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