X-Men Unlimited: Vol 1 No 1-50
Marvel Comics | 1993-2003 | CBR | 500MB
The purpose of this title was to run stories that fit between the main X-Men comics. The stories included all characters (heroes and villains) from the X-titles, and was more of a collection of short stories. Like an anthology title, these stories focus less on the main continuity and more on little side things that the X-Men characters go through, like Jubilee in a mall with a crush on a boy or Wolverine going through a particularly rough healing process.
The first series ran from 1993-2003.
This title allowed lesser known writers and artists, to write and draw more unique X-men comics, as it usually had new writers and artists for each issue. The comics were also always self-contained stories; story arcs were always one issue or shorter in length. This was particularly unique during the late 2000's when most X-Men titles frequently has story arcs that were several issues long.