Thursday, July 28, 2016

Uncanny X-Men #11 Preview

Uncanny X-Men #11
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Art & Cover by: Greg Land

The Story:
• Someone is weaponizing mutants and turning them loose on the enemies of mutantkind...
• …which happens to coincide with the X-Men’s discovery that MAGNETO has not been altogether forthcoming about the means he’s been employing to protect the mutant race.
• Eager to know exactly what Magneto’s been up to, the X-Men investigate…starting with the all-new, all-different HELLFIRE CLUB!

In Stores: August 3, 2016

Monday, July 25, 2016

X-Solicits for October 2016

Uncanny X-Men #14
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Art & Cover by: Greg Land
• Magneto and his team of X-Men discover who’s been weaponizing mutants and aiming them at mutantkind’s enemies.
• But once they do, the question becomes: Will they stop their longtime adversary once more…or JOIN HIM??

X-Men ‘92 #8
Writers: Chad Bowers & Chris Sims
Art by: Alti Firmansyah
Cover by: David Nakayama
• The X-Men are lost in space!
• Thankfully, Gladiator is here to help them out —

Death of X #1 (of 4)
Writers: Jeff Lemire & Charles Soule
Art & Cover by: Aaron Kuder
Wraparound Variant Cover by: Aaron Kuder
Sketch Variant Cover by: Aaron Kuder
Connecting Variant Cover by: TBA
Classic Variant Cover by: TBA
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• What happened eight months ago that set the Inhumans and X-Men on a collision course? Find out here!
• The Inhumans travel to Japan where one of the Terrigen Clouds creates a shocking new Inhuman.
• The X-Men travel to Muir Island where the second Terrigen Cloud causes something truly terrible.
• When these two events collide, a war of catastrophic proportions explodes!

Death of X #2 (of 4)
Writers: Jeff Lemire & Charles Soule
Art & Cover by: Aaron Kuder
Connecting Variant Cover by: TBA
Classic Variant Cover by: TBA
• After the events on Muir Island, Cyclops and Emma Frost put their plans into motion.
• Storm and Medusa come together to find a solution for the deadly effects the Terrigen has on mutants.
• One of the clouds heads to Madrid, the site of the first skirmish between mutants and Inhumans.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

SDCC: Lemire, Soule, Yu Wade Into War With "Inhumans vs. X-Men"

CBR: The X-Men and Inhumans are going to war. As announced during the "Marvel: Cup O'Joe" panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, two of Marvel's super-powered populations will clash just as the Inhuman Terrigen Mist increases its damaging impact on the mutant race. "Inhumans vs. X-Men" will put the two groups up against each other for the fight of their lives -- literally.

Writers Jeff Lemire ("Extraordinary X-Men") and Charles Soule ("Death of X") will team-up for the series, which will see the X-Men and Inhumans wage war over the mists that kill mutants but create Inhumans. Leinil Yu ("Star Wars") will handle the art on this six-issue limited series, which launches this winter. 

"Inhumans vs. X-Men" #1 arrives kicks off this winter, and stay tuned to CBR for more details about the event.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Uncanny X-Men #10 Art

Uncanny X-Men #10 Spoilers

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Spoilers: In Colorado, Psylocke has summoned Archangel to the X-Men’s aid, unwittingly triggering the Death-Flight, an army of Archangel clones. Betsy tries and reach Archangel’s mind – represented as a decayed temple in ruins – only to find Warren (Hippie Angel) being afraid of the darkness. Meanwhile, Magneto destroys Genocide and Clan Akkaba, and leaves the inner hidden city with Mystique and Warren, whose feathery wings start growing again. Back to NY, Monet lures Emplate away from his minions only to betray him and let him fade out of reality. Emplate warns her he won’t go anywhere and both seem to have bonded in some capacity. Back to Colorado, Fantomex finds Psylocke and decides to give up on his revenge against her. While the Archangel army continues to attack the people of the city, Magneto, Mystique and Fantomex come to Psylocke’s aid. Betsy explains that Archangel and Warren are two separate beings that are lost without each other – without Warren’s humanity, Archangel’s just a shell with a mission. Warren makes up his mind and decides to embrace Archangel and merge with him once more. Becoming one and the same with Warren, Archangel seems to regain some capacity of humanity, but still is unaware of what or who he is. Fantomex and Mystique flee. Back at the Savage Land, Betsy tells Erik she hasn’t found any trace of the Dark Angel persona in Archangel and that he’s sworn off violence. Psylocke makes it known to Magneto she’s not happy he’s employing Mystique and Fantomex on the down low. Monet is unable to tell the others exactly what has happened between her and Emplate – M now sports fanged mouths in the palms of hands like her brother. Back in Archangel’s mind, Betsy finds it as a brand new shiny temple, in which he preaches now only he can tell who he is supposed to be, not others.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Uncanny X-Men #10 Preview

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

The Story:
"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 maniacal Genocide from living up to his name?

In Stores: July 20, 2016

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Civil War II: X-Men #2 Art

Civil War II: X-Men #2 Spoilers

Spoilers: After the inhuman Ulysses predicts a Brood attack, Storm’s X-Men team up with Captain Marvel to counter-attack. Carol warns Ororo that Magneto will most likely come for Ulysses and asks her to keep an eye on him. At the Uncanny X-Men’s HQ in the Savage Land, Psylocke probes Nightcrawler’s mind and confirms his change of heart is genuine. Kurt explains Ulysses’ powers are dangerous and is worried over what people might do based on predictions. Magneto sends Fantomex to New Atillan to spy on the Inhumans and find out their plans concerning Ulysses. Gambit surprises Fantomex and reveals he was sent by Storm to see that Magneto wouldn’t do anything reckless. Fantomex uses misdirection so they aren’t seen by Inhuman guards. Jean-Phillipe and Remy fight, and Gambit ends up overpowering Fantomex, calling Magik to take them away from New Atillan. Meanwhile, at the Savage Land, Sabretooth finds out Psylocke about to steal the Blackbird. Betsy explains she doesn’t agree with Erik’s actions, especially because he has sent Fantomex to do the dirty work. Creed says he doesn’t agree with Magneto’s plan either, but will deal with it in his own way, while Psylocke flees with the Blackbird. Magneto says Psylocke’s leaving is a loss, but that the world is full of psychics.

X-Position: "X-Men '92's" Bowers & Sims Cut Loose In The Fast-Paced '92niverse

CBR: This week in X-POSITION, "X-Men '92" writers Chad Bowers and Chris Sims answer your questions about everything from Excalibur '92 and the Upstarts' master plan to -- Boyz II Men and Joey Lawrence?!

I've been having a lot of fun with the series and am already looking forward to future arcs. Will there be any more classroom scenes? Is Beast solely in charge of the students' education or will the other X-Men pitch in and teach classes?

Sims: Our basic idea for the school is that Professor X and Beast are the ones primarily responsible for the teaching, while Storm is in charge of the actual superhero team. As we've shown a little bit, though, the other X-Men do rotate through as teachers. I think the only one we've shown primarily so far is Gambit, though, largely because there's not much that's funnier to us than putting Gambit in charge of a bunch of children.

Bowers: Somewhere around here there's a notebook with a breakdown of how the school's organized, and who does what, but I can't put my hands on it right now. But Beast's definitely the point guy on all things educational, with the still injured Professor X doing some focused teaching behind the scenes -- Charles takes a very specific interest in the school's more psionically inclined students in the second arc. And I think we had Bishop teaching a time-travel class, and Psylocke in charge of international studies, but who's got time to teach when all the students have been turned into vampires?

You're bringing Death's Head to "X-Men '92" (woohoo, yes?) but is there any chance of any more Marvel UK characters getting "92"-ised (is that what we're calling it?), like Dark Angel, Black Axe or perhaps most importantly, Psylocke's brother Captain Britain?

Bowers: Hey, Wessex! We definitely have plans for Excalibur '92, and as you might expect, our version of the team ends up looking a bit different from the one you're used to. I love Excalibur, and was a big fan of the '90s Marvel UK books, so yeah, melding those two together is kind of a no-brainer. Excalibur is to the X-Men as the Defenders are to the Avengers -- they're related as much as they're apart, and with that in mind, we've taken that concept to the Nth degree in '92, and I can't wait for you to see what we do!

Bishop and Psylocke seem to be adjusting to the X-Men's way of doing things, but what about the rest of X-Force? What role will they play in future stories?

Sims: Keep reading. If you know me and Chad, you know we can't stay away from Cable for long.

Friday, July 1, 2016

Civil War II: X-Men #2 Preview

Civil War II: X-Men #2
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Art by: Andrea Broccardo
Cover by: David Yardin

The Story:
• 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!

In Stores: July 6, 2016