Emma Frost Comic Book Database
This page shows comic book appearances and stats for Emma Frost! This database has the most complete, up-to-date comic book information for Emma Frost.
The database sources information from nikbackm's Emma Frost - comic appearances spreadsheet and scrapes additional data from the Marvel API and comicbookbd.com, thanks to handy programming skills. Most of the information here is automated, and there will never be a need for a human hand again!
For example, New X-Men, Jean Grey, or Uncanny X-Men 129.
Top Appearances & Cover Appearances
The years are normalized for the sale date (e.g. the day the issue was released) of the comic book.
Top Character Appearances
Latest 10 Issues
Cover Date vs Sale Date
An issue, such as Jean Grey (2017) #9, has a cover date and sale date specified in the issue details. The cover date refers to the date displayed in the interior or on the exterior of the comic book (see cover date explanation on Wikipedia). The sale date refers to the day the issue was released and available for sale.
The day of the sale date is hidden if the sale date occurred before the year 2009. The scraped data that returns the day of the sale is inaccurate, but we're all good for issues that occur after 2008. :)
Major: Emma consistently appears as a main character and/or has a major role.
Minor: Emma is a supporting character, has a few panel/page appearances, etc.
Cameo: Emma appears only on a cover, in a background or a panel with no dialogue, etc.
Other: Miscellaneous category. For example, a character could mention Emma without her appearing in the entire issue.
None: The issue's importance hasn't been determined yet.
Ally: Emma trusts this character in a team relationship, is a friend and/or is in a relationship. Reformed relationships (example: Kitty Pryde) and characters who don't "like" Emma, but Emma likes them (example: Stepford Cukoos) belong in this category, too.
Neutral: The character's relationship is ambiguous, and Emma considers this character neither a friend nor an enemy.
Enemy: Emma does not trust this character, they have clashed and/or the character is an adversary against the X-Men.
It's Complicated: Personal issues have plagued Emma's relationship with the character. It would be easy to consider the character an ally because they are on the same team or just as easy to categorize the character as an enemy because they personally despise each other. Jean Grey is an example.
Nuisance: The interaction between Emma and the character is not enough to be judged in the categories above. However, Emma feels this character annoys her and is, thus, a nuisance (example: Elektra).
Unknown: The relationship hasn't been determined yet.