The definitive, chronological, and up-to-date guide on collecting X-Men comic books via omnibuses, hardcovers, and trade paperback graphic novels. A part of Crushing Krisis’s Collecting X-Men: A Definitive Guide. Last updated March 2016.
This run is notable for frequently treating Uncanny X-Men and X-Men as bi-weekly editions running a contiguous story (possibly why some of it hasn’t been collected). It was also notable for frequent editorial intervention into plotlines.
Scripting duties shift throughout this section of issues. They start out handled by Steven T. Seagle through the 370s, at which point Alan Davis takes over (unusually, not penciling while he writes) – possibly ghost-writing for Chris Claremont.
Pencils aren’t consistent either. Chris Bachalo (of Generation X) contributes over a year of issues early in the sequence, followed by Leinil Francis Yu (at #364) and Adam Kubert. [Read more…] about Collecting Uncanny X-Men #351 – 443 comic books as graphic novels