Tuesday, April 19, 2016

X-Solicits for July 2016

Uncanny X-Men #10
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Art by: Ken Lashley
Cover by: Greg Land
"APOCALYPSE WARS" CONCLUSION!
• The villainous Apocalypse, accompanied by his Four Horsemen, once preached the gospel of "Survival of the Fittest."
• And now, the Son of Apocalypse has reared his ugly head, joined by an army of Archangels of Death, hell-bent on preaching a gospel of his own: the Survival of NONE.
• Can Psylocke and Magneto save their teammate Archangel and prevent the manical GENOCIDE from living up to his name?

Civil War II: X-Men #2 (of 4)
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Art by: Andrea Broccardo
Cover by: David Yardin
• An Inhuman with the power to profile the future has emerged, upsetting the delicate balance of power between the Inhuman and Mutant nations.
• And the mutant master of magnetism, MAGNETO refuses to allow his people to fall by the wayside.
• Now, Magneto rallies those who would follow him to even the scales…even if it means risking war with Inhumans and Mutants alike to do it!


X-Men‘92 #5
Writer: Chad Bowers &  Chris Sims
Art by: Alti Firmansyah
Cover by: David Nakayama
• An X-TRA special and X-TREME one-off tale featuring the best romance the ’90s can offer!
• Scott Summers and Jean Grey want nothing more than a quiet, romantic getaway.
• But time for “romance” and “quiet” doesn’t exist when you’re an X-Man!
• Something Sinister this way comes for our two lovebirds!!!

2 comments:

FSaker said...

Maybe I'm wrong, but... wasn't Genocide KILLED (alongside Famine and War) by the Apocalypse Twins in the Uncanny Avengers series? I hope Bunn explains how he's back (maybe he managed to survive the attack, but it's weird because he just vanished after that).

As for the Civil War miniseries, I hope it manages to bridge the gap between mutants and inhumans. I actually feel sorry for the Inhumans, because they were always forgotten in editorial limbo, then Marvel clearly tried to push them as the replacement for mutants (because of the Disney/FOX feud) and not only the Inhumans failed to become popular characters, but they ended up being hated by many fans of the X-Men, even though they're actually quite an interesting bunch of characters...

Unknown said...

Marvel has destroyed the X-men comics. The only one that's remotely enjoyable is uncanny. I'm tempted after 22 years of collecting to stop which depresses me a lot