Marvel's event teasers keep on coming, and this time they've shifted the spotlight towards the 2005 event "House of M." IGN has revealed the latest image, this one by artist Jorge Molina, featuring the "House of M" versions of Magneto, Wolverine, Psylocke, Ms. Marvel, Spider-Man and others aggressively and defiantly standing at the ready.

The teaser is the latest in a long line of mysterious callbacks to past Marvel events, kicked off by the unveiling of new "Civil War" art just prior New York Comic Con. In the week since the convention, teasers alluding to "Age of Ultron" and "Marvel Zombies," "Days of Future Past" and "Planet Hulk" have all been revealed. While not yet confirmed, these retro-facing teasers may be connected to the "Secret Wars" event by Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic announced at NYCC.
Get a closer look at Psylocke's newest costume in Marvel Heroes 2015.

Costume History: After being mind-controlled by the crime-lord Matsu'o Tsurayaba (and switching bodies with the assassin Kwannon), Psylocke was positioned as the ultimate assassin for Mandarin himself: Lady Mandarin! If you want to talk about Psylocke, drop by the Psylocke Forum for in-depth discussion!

X-Force #11
Writer: Simon Spurrier
Art & Cover by: Rock-He Kim

The Story:
• X-Force has their sights set on their next target, a mutant who may just hold the key to defeating their greatest adversary: X-MEN: LEGACY #300’s ForgetMeNot!
• But how can they convince him to join their cause? 
• And more importantly: How can they hope to find a mutant who slips out of memory whenever he leaves their sight?

In Stores: October 22, 2014 Editor Daniel Ketchum talks about bringing G. Willow Wilson on board for the mutants' next saga!

By the time the ladies of X-MEN return to Earth, their series will just be getting fired up.

MS. MARVEL writer G. Willow Wilson steps onto X-MEN in January for a story titled “The Burning World.” Starting in January with issue #23, the four-part arc sends the team into a mystery involving an old villain and some new guest stars.

“I don't know if this is known, but Willow has an immense love for the X-Men characters,” editor Daniel Ketchum says. “She’s doing an amazing job.”

Wilson’s story begins with a new face to the all-female X-MEN cast: Remy LeBeau.

“Gambit's got to be in it; I think he’s—in the best way—a really good butt of jokes in an all-female X-MEN comic,” Ketchum laughs. “He’s such a caricature of himself, and there are so many ways he can be really funny. So this starts with Gambit at this kind of Burning Man festival. He’s the one who gets put on the track of this mystery when this giant sinkhole opens in the middle of the desert. Of course he calls in the X-Men and Storm notably because she has this connection to the environment.”

Though the Cajun X-Man won’t be the only guest star arriving in the series.

“There are a couple of cameos from outside the X-Men universe, which I’m really excited about,” Ketchum shares. “Whenever you can do that and broaden the scope of an X-Men story, it makes you feel like you’re not just in your own little pocket. We’re actually living in the same universe as Spider-Man or Captain America.”

As Storm, Psylocke and the rest of the team investigate, the story promises some secrets from the team's past to bubble up, mostly revolving around the book’s mystery villain.

“I don't want to give much away, but with the villains we’ll find out there’s much more going on here,” Ketchum teases. “It's a mystery/suspense story, which is great, but we want the reader to discover clues and try to solve the mystery before the characters do. The villain comes with some twists and turns along the way.”

Wilson’s arc follows the currently running “Exogenous” space saga of X-MEN, and Ketchum says the wide range of adventures for the team stands as part of his plan for the title’s future:

“I took over editing the book from Jeanine Schaefer and Tom Brennan when Brian Wood was writing, and it really was his vision. Brian gave the book a pretty strong direction and voice. When he decided he was going to move on to other projects, I was intimidated by who I’d find to write it because it was so much his baby.

“So I ultimately decided to do a quick run of rotating arcs where creators could come on, tell their X-Men story and then drop the mic. Marc Guggenheim came first and told this awesome space sci-fi epic, of which I just sent the penultimate issue to the printer.”

“The Burning World” provides a good follow up to the sci-fi story, the editor explains:

“When it came to [whom] to go to next, Willow came to mind very quickly. She’s burning it up over on MS. MARVEL. But more than that, I feel she can get into the heads of characters and tell a story on that level in addition to the cool Marvel Universe stuff.”

But beyond crafting a more personal story for the team, Wilson will also chose a different character each issue to provide the point of view for readers.

“She has this wonderful gift for getting into the heads of characters.” says Ketchum. “And since this is the all-female X-Men book, she’ll be spending time with each of those characters in a way that Brian or Marc maybe didn’t get time for. We'll get into Storm and M—especially M because she’s been with the team for so little time. We’ll get to Psylocke and Rachel Grey so it’ll be really fun. At today’s “Women of Marvel” panel at New York Comic Con, Marvel Comics announced that Ms. Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson would be writing a 4-part story arc in X-Men, titled “The Burning World.”

This is partially significant in that Wilson will be the first female writer to work on X-Men sense it was relaunched with an all-female X-Men roster.

More significant is Wilson’s unique story structure. “The Burning World,” which begins with January’s X-Men #23, sees Gambit discovering a mysterious sinkhole outside a counter-cultural, Burning Man-like festival in the Black Rock Desert.

Each of the four issues of the story will be told from the perspective of a different X-Men character, with each issuing deepening the sinkhole’s mystery and revealing ties to enemies from the X-Men’s past.

“The Burning World” begins in January, and will run from X-Men #23-26.

Spoilers: Psylocke joins the Avengers and X-Men in Genosha to fight the Red Onslaught.

Spoilers: Nightcrawler builds a house for the late Wolverine and uses holographic images of his friends (including Psylocke) in order to honor him.
Spoilers: Forget-Me-Not from X-Men Legacy #300 is being chased around the XF base by the team but every time they lose sight of him they forget he ever existed. While hiding from X-Force, FMN comes across Psylocke sleeping with Cable, Hope and Fantomex fooling around, etc. FMN eventually gets to a teleporter to escape but finds an unconscious Dr. Nemesis and reads the plans they had for him. They wanted to use FMN to get one of the tracker bugs deployed (by temporarily depowering him so he shows up on scanners), capture it, put their own tracker on it, and then have it sent back to the bad guy's base. FMN decides to help out XF but it doesn't quite work out like he thought. The bug remembers who he was even after he gets his powers back. Fantomex appears, reveals he is immune to FMN's powers and that he was just having fun watching everyone else act like idiots. He shoots and kills FMN and then the bug and the mysterious bad guy forget FMN existed again.

X-Force #10
Writer: Simon Spurrier
Art by: Tan Eng Huat, Craig Yeung
Cover by: Rock-He Kim

The Story:
• X-Force has their sights set on their next target, a mutant who may just hold the key to defeating their greatest adversary: X-MEN: LEGACY #300’s ForgetMeNot!
• But how can they convince him to join their cause?
• And more importantly: How can they hope to find a mutant who slips out of memory whenever he leaves their sight?

In Stores: October 8, 2014