Tuesday, February 17, 2015

X-Solicits for May 2015

Uncanny X-Men #600
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Art by: Chris Bachalo, Stuart Immonen, Mahmud Asrar, Kris Anka And Frazer Irving
Cover by: Chris Bachalo
Action Figure Variant Cover A by: John Tyler Christopher
Action Figure Variant Cover B by: John Tyler Christopher
Action Figure Variant Cover C by: John Tyler Christopher
Variant Cover by: Kris Anka
Variant Cover by: Paul Smith
Variant Cover by: Olivier Coipel
Variant Cover by: Ed Mcguinness
Variant Cover by: Arthur Adams
Variant Cover by:  Leinil Yu
Variant Cover by: Rick Leonardi
• The final explosive issue in Brian Michael Bendis’ epic X-Men saga!
• Scott Summers – savior or destroyer? Questions will be answered!
• The Jean Grey School, the New Xavier School – it’s all going to change.
• The X-Men are at a crossroads. And not everyone will make it through in one piece.
• Featuring 40 pages of a host of popular X-Men creators!



Uncanny X-Men #35
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Art by: Chris Bachalo
Cover by: Kris Anka
NYC Variant Cover by: TBA
• Mystique returns to the pages of UNCANNY X-MEN—and she’s out for vengeance!
• Will Magik’s soulsword be enough to halt the shapeshifter’s wrath?




Note: X-Men, Amazing X-Men, Spider-Man and the X-Men, among other books were not solicited for this month.

2 comments:

FSaker said...

Not the most promising month for Psylocke, is it? At least she's in Bachalo's cover for UXM #600, but she'll probably just have a small cameo in that issue (and that's assuming she even appears in it).

Oh, well, at least Secret Wars will probably feature some alternate-world Psylockes (even if the real deal from Earth-616 is absent from it). The Higher Avalon nation in the Battleworld seems to be inspired in Captain Britain's stories, so she can be there (either as Psylocke, Captain Britain or just as charter pilot/secret agent/supermodel/socialite Betsy Braddock). And if the Battleworld map in Marvel's official website is to be trusted, the Westchester nation is based on the '90s X-Men COMICS, not the animated series, so an alternate version of Betsy could be living there as well (but hopefully not an alternate Revanche). There's also a nation based in the Inferno event, but I guess the Psylocke from that nation is dead (as well as the other '80s X-Men and X-Factor members, as in this nation, Madelyne Pryor and Magik succeeded in their goals).

ComicBookGeek said...

I'm hopeful that they don't screw Psylocke over after this soft reboot.