Spoilers: Teon and Sprite recover after being injected with the Arkea sample. Meanwhile, the X-Men get ready to fight the Future and retrieve Jubilee. Sabra and Gabriel send files on The Future to Storm; Rachel asks Kymera about future events; and Psylocke mobilizes the X-kids. After some researching, the X-Men track the Future’s most probable whereabouts at the Adirondacks. Back to the Future, he expects the X-Men to exchange Shogo for Jubilee, but she assures him they won’t even consider this offer. The Future then gives his minions a sample of his blood to activate the “Bloodline” defense. Monet is sent to do some recon around the Future’s hideout, but is trapped by the forest, which seems alive. Kymera reveals it’s the “Bloodline”, a living ecosystem. Kymera tells the X-Men they have to trust her and bring Shogo there. Psylocke takes a team of Hellion, Rocklisde and Anole to fight the Future’s minions and get intel on the “Bloodline” system. After Beast brings Shogo, Kymera moves on with her plan.
X-Force #10 & 11
Writer: Simon Spurrier
Art by: Tan Eng Huat
Covers by: Rock-He Kim
• 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?


X-Men #20
Writer: Marc Guggenheim
Art by: Harvey Tolibao & Dexter Soy
Cover by: Terry Dodson
• In the depths of space, the X-Men have encountered the threat terrorizing S.W.O.R.D.: monstrosities called the “Genespliced”—creatures engineered from the fiercest alien races across the galaxy.
• But how can the X-Men hope to stop an alien horde?
• And does S.W.O.R.D.’s own leader, Abigail Brand, know more about the Genespliced than she’s letting on?
X-Men #16
Writer: Brian Wood
Artist: Matteo Buffagni & Gerardo Sandoval
Cover by: Terry Dodson

• The Future has come calling…and he wants his son Shogo back!
• But will Jubilee and the X-Men let their bouncing baby boy go without a fight?
• Spoiler alert: HELL NO!

Spoilers: Psylocke helps Nightcrawler and the X-Men to fight the Trimegas who have invaded the Jean Grey School.

Spoilers: X-Force takes over the former S.H.I.E.L.D. hellicarrier “Pericles” in the Pacific Ocean. Psylocke tries to connect with Cable, but he’s not in the mood to have friends. Doctor Nemesis takes Marrow out to a restaurant and reveals she has about one year to live thanks to Volga's experiments. Meme is bored so she decides to have cyber-sex with Fantomex thanks to the nannites in his brain. Later, cable lectures the team and says they will be monitoring every possible person to track down Volga. Psylocke has issues with this. Afterwards Cable downloads that day's memories and prepares to kill himself. But Fantomex shoots him in the head as a way of dealing with his sociopathic tendencies. He disposes of Cable's body in a shark circle. Elsewhere, Domino is on a side mission on Cable’s behalf in a really weird facility. She tries to free some prisoners but is captured by a new villain, who forces her to watch Cable being killed on TV monitors. The man who captured her is watching every mutant he can, most likely through flies.

X-Force #7
Writer: Si Spurrier
Art & Cover by: Rock-He Kim

The Story:
X-Force has barely survived an encounter with their newest foe—the swaggering superhuman arms dealer VOLGA… and with their secrets brought to light, they're barely surviving EACH OTHER. How will Cable's team keep it together to carry out their mission? Well I can tell you part of the answer: DOMINO is back! But she could just be in over her head already…

In Stores: July 9, 2014

Kotobukiya: With an entirely new colorway based on her classic X-Men outfit and a newly sculpted psi-energy field wrapping around her am and katana this rendition of Psylocke is the latest Kotobukiya Bishoujo statue to be offered exclusively to attendees of the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con. Strictly limited to 1500 pieces worldwide this version of mutant ninja assassin will only be offered once, never to be reproduced again making her a much sought-after addition to the Marvel line of Bishoujo statues. Sculpted by Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima), the classic era Psylocke Bishoujo statue reaches 8 inches high (1/7 scale) in a dynamic, strike-ready pose. Psylocke will be available exclusively during SDCC 2014 and thru a limited kotous.com non-attendee pre-order event. Pre-orders will open up at 10AM on Friday, June 27th PST at store.kotous.com.