Tuesday, April 19, 2016

X-Solicits for July 2016

Uncanny X-Men #10
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Art by: Ken Lashley
Cover by: Greg Land
• 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!!!


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