X-Men Blue aka "Team Scott":
+Uncanny X-Men (main series)
X-Men Yellow aka "Team Logan":
+Wolverine and the X-Men (main series)
+Daken: Dark Wolverine
And so I'm getting balls deep into this shit. I checked out at least 1 post-Schism issue from most of these books (I'm not reading fucking Daken - you can't trick me with a Runaways cameo, Marvel!) and for the most part I liked all of them. They aren't all 5-star comics by any stretch, but as a guy who grew up a major X-Men fan I'm willing to give and take a little.
So my jumping on point for getting up to date is currently Second Coming. I've read Messiah Complex, which was ok, and War, which was pretty much garbage, and those are finally starting to pay dividends in Second Coming which has been exceptional and I'm not even that far into it yet. SC seems to have been the launch point for a lot of these current ongoings, which makes it seem ironically like Hope was the savior of X-Men comics in general which allowed Marvel to branch it off into a dozen different titles...
Anyways, not sure how much between Second Coming and Schism I'm gonna read or how many of these current ongoings I'm going to keep up with, but since I don't have a blog and none of my friends could give two shits about comics books, I'm gonna come in here and wank about X-men every now and then until I get bored.
Quick question that I can't find clarification on. Is Astonishing X-Men completely separate, non-canon from the rest of these books? I know the lineage of it, where it was originally started by Whedon who was in turn continuing on from Morrison's New X-Men run, which was a rebranding of the old 90s Adjectiveless X-Men book, which is now X-Men Legacy. I'm just wondering where during all of that was it split off from from the main line series' canon, if at all?