The fans have spoken. They want the real X-Men back. Not this time displaced young X-Men, or gender swapped Wolverine.
Marvel Comics experiment has failed and it’s shown in their sales. Which is why you have already seen a team like the Avengers go back to a more recognizable line-up with their big three (Cap, Iron Man, and Male Thor).
Both X-Men Blue and X-Men Gold have been give the axe. One can imagine X-Men Red will be next up on the chopping block.
Both series launched in early 2017, with titles that were designed to play on the X-Men’s history, specifically the ’90s Jim Lee-fueled era where the team was spilt into two strike forces, one Blue, one Gold. X-Men Gold has spent much of its time exploring a number of classic X-Men plots from Chris Claremont’s era, as well as the recently pending nuptials between Kitty Pryde and Colossus, while Blue has focused mainly on the time-displaced team of original teenage X-Men.