Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Uncanny X-Men #1 Spoilers

Spoilers: Jean Grey has a vision of the future where Multiple Man is desperately in search of Kitty Pryde, and an army of Madrox dupes is fighting the X-Men. Jean snaps out of the precognition and learns that Kitty took some students on a mission. At the Kalahari Desert in Botswana, Storm and Beast investigate an unnatural rain that even Ororo cannot stop. Elsewhere, Aboard the Blackbird, Kitty’s phasing powers somehow are out of her control. She vanishes from the aircraft, leaving Armor, Anole, Pixie, Rockslide, Oya, Glob by themselves while the Blackbird crashes on a pharmaceutical lab. The kids manage to escape the aircraft and face the Mutant Liberation Front, who wanted to attack the lab for making a vaccine that would stop the X-Gene from manifesting in children. The students are badly injured and Nightcrawler, Polaris and X-23 come to their rescue, easily defeating the villains. The students head back to the Xavier Institute where Beast tends to their wounds. Meanwhile in the City Hall, Manhattan, Senator Ashton Allen gives a press conference to introduce the mutant-suppressing vaccine, while some X-Men are in attendance in pairs: Jean Grey and Iceman, Cannonball and Northstar, Psylocke and Archangel, and Bishop and Jubilee. Kitty Pryde was supposed to speak at the press conference, but she’s still missing. Multiple Man interrupts the press conference and starts talking in riddles. Suddenly, hundreds of his dupes appear causing a commotion. Jean Grey orders the X-Men to shut them down. The dupes want to reach the Senator, whom Jean tries to protect. Meanwhile, Warren seems to be in a trance as if he is receiving orders from someone else and abandons Psylocke by herself. Betsy’s telepathy doesn’t work on Madrox dupes, so she manifests her new telekinetic weapons: a medieval longsword and shield and goes into battle, fighting the dupes like a knight. When Jean reaches the Senator, he’s somehow teleported away. All the Multiple Men disappear at the same time. Elsewhere, both the Senator and Kitty Pryde have been captured by someone. But they’re not alone. Apocalypse has been captured as well.

Note: Psylocke's powerset is seemingly unchanged as she displays telepahy, telekinetic psychic weapons and engages in physical fighting.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Kelly Thompson shares Psylocke Preview for #XMenMonday


Preview for Uncanny X-Men #1, written by Brisson, Rosenberg and Thompson with art by Mahmud Asrar and colors by Rachelle Rosenberg. On sale this Wednesday the 14th.

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Uncanny X-Men #1 Preview

Uncanny X-Men #1
Written by: Ed Brisson, Matthew Rosenberg, Kelly Thompson
Art by: Mahmud A. Asrar
Cover by: Leinil Francis Yu & Edgar Delgado

The Story:
The Children of the Atom Are Back!
New ongoing series kicking off with a 10-part weekly epic, the flagship X-Men series that started it all is back and better than ever! Starting with a mysterious and tragic disappearance, the X-Men are drawn into what might be…their final adventure?! X-Fan favorite writers Ed Brisson (Extermination), Matthew Rosenberg (Phoenix Resurrection) and Kelly Thompson (MR. & MRS. X) and all-star artists Mahmud Asrar (X-Men Red), R.B. Silva (X-Men Blue), Yildiray Cinar (Weapon X) and Pere Pérez (Rogue and Gambit) join forces to bring you…X-Men Disassembled?!

In Stores: November 14, 2018

 
 

Friday, November 2, 2018

Get Ready to Ring in the Holidays with the 'Merry X-Men Holiday Special'

Marvel.com: The holiday season is fast approaching, and Marvel is wasting no time in getting into the holiday spirit! On Wednesday, December 5, Marvel's merry mutants will all get together for Merry X-Men Holiday Special #1! Marvel Editor Jordan D. White has a preview of the issue, which will feature 25 new X-Men stories filled with holiday joy, action, and -- of course -- some trouble!

Marvel.com: As everyone knows, the X-Men are all about family. What kind of holiday is Marvel’s mutant family going to be having?

Jordan D. White: They’re going to have a merry one, naturally, since that’s what we promised in the title. You can’t lie in those — it’s like a legally binding contract. One time they put out an issue of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN that accidentally had him being spectacular in it and it almost destroyed the company.

Marvel.com: There are 25 stories in this holiday special – what went into getting this kind of issue together?

Jordan D. White: It’s been a ton of fun and a ton of work. We knew we were going to be doing an X-Men Holiday Special, and my assistants, Annalise Bissa and Chris Robinson, were spitballing ideas when I came up with the idea to do it as an “Advent Comic” with one-page stories for every day. I thought it was a funny idea, but I probably would have assumed it was too crazy if both of them were not immediately excited about it. From there, I came up with the idea of there being one story that actually recurs a few times and culminates on Christmas Day. That was five of the 25 stories. From there, we divvied up the other 20 between us, editorially, and started reaching out to writers to see if they had a one-page holiday X-Story in them! Everyone was incredibly game for it, and we ended up with a great spread of creators, characters, and ideas!

Marvel.com: What kinds of “ghosts of battles past” will be haunting the X-Men in these holiday stories?

Jordan D. White: There are villains, there is personal history, there is family, there are friends, and there are lots of emotions.  Oh, and presents, naturally.

Marvel.com: Does anyone get to have a truly happy holiday?

Jordan D. White: You know, a lot of the stories are happy! But definitely not all of them. There’s one in particular that I find heartbreaking. I will leave it to you to figure out which one.

Marvel.com: What kind of direction did you give to the artists who drew the stories for this issue?

Jordan D. White: Art-wise, since most of the people drawing the book were just drawing one page, we just did our best to cast someone whose style worked really well with the story, at which point we were able to just give them the script and do what they do best. And they did — again, such a wide range of styles all in a row, it’s a book that has a lot to offer this holiday season.

Marvel.com: Which mutant power – besides Iceman and Storm – comes in the most handy during the holiday season?

Jordan D. White: Probably Multiple Man, so you could get together with all your loved ones all over the place without having to choose between them. Although I am sure Banshee and Dazzler would make an awesome caroling troop!

Here's the entire creative team, along with the stories they'll be writing and drawing:

1. Jubilee in “Mele Kalikimaka!”
Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

2. Kitty Pryde in “Title TBA”
Written by Chris Claremont, art by Terry Dodson, color by Chris Sotomayor

3. Wolverine in “#Hotclaws for Hanukkah”
Written by Charles Soule, art by Ryan Browne, color by Jordan Boyd

4. Jean Grey in “Dreaming of a Wade Christmas” 
Written by Jean Grae, art by Shawn Crystal, color by Rico Renzi

5. Nature Girl in “I Hate Christmas”
Written by Zac Thompson & Lonnie Nadler, art/color by Amilcar Pinna

6. Jubilee in “Jingle All the Wait a Minute...”
Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

7. Gambit in “The Chiche Who Stole Christmas”
Written by Styles P & Poobs, art by Luciano Vecchio, color by Carlos Lopez

8. Iceman in “White Elephant”
Written by Sina Grace, art by Cory Smith, color by Jordan Boyd

9. Magneto in “Title TBA”
Written by Cullen Bunn, art by Roland Boschi, color by Dan Brown

10. Storm in “To All a Good Night”
Written by Charlamagne tha God, art by Alitha E. Martinez, color by Jay David Ramos

11. Jubilee in “Deck the Malls”
Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

12. Dr. Nemesis in “The Giving Season”
Written by Christopher Daniels, art by Ray-Anthony Height & LeBeau Underwood, color by Jay David Ramos

13. Rogue & Gambit in “Christmas Cat-astrophe!”
Written by Kelly Thompson, art by David Lopez, color by Chris Sotomayor

14. Sabretooth in “Red Christmas”
Written by Aubrey Sitterson, art by Juan Gedeon, color by Jesus Aburtov

15. Cannonball in “Home for The Holidays”
Written by Al Ewing, art by PJ Holden, color by Antonio Fabela

16. Domino in “The Naughty List”
Script/art/color by Anthony Piper

17. The Braddocks in “Baby Steps”
Written by Leah Williams, art by Marcio Takara, color by Chris O’Halloran

18. Glob Herman in “Deck the Halls”
Written by Ed Brisson, art by Pere Perez, color by Chris Sotomayor

19. Gabby Kinney in “Secret Santa”
Written by Vita Ayala, art by Pere Perez, color by Chris O’Halloran

20. Jubilee in “All I Want for Christmas Is You”
Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

21. Hope Summers in “The Longest Night”
Written by Tini Howard, art by Brent Schoonover, color by Chris O’Halloran

22. Beast in “Blue Christmas”
Written by Rainbow Rowell, art by Kris Anka, color by Matt Wilson

23. Nightcrawler in “X-Mas Bamf”
Written by Esoteric, art by Michael Shelfer, color by Federico Blee

24. Jamie Madrox in “The Gift of the Madri”
Written by Matt Rosenberg, art by Andy MacDonald, color by Tamra Bonvillain

25. Arcade in “Walkin’ in a Winter Murderland”
Written by Chris Sims & Chad Bowers, art by Marco Failla, color by Israel Silva

Merry X-Men Special Holiday #1 goes on sale Wednesday, December 5!

Uncanny X-Men #4 Hidden Gem Variant by Mark Brooks


Mark Brooks has unveiled his Uncanny X-Men #4 Hidden Gem Variant Cover featuring old artwork.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Uncanny X-Men #1 Cover Gallery

Regular Cover by
Leinil Francis Yu
Variant Cover by
Jen Bartel
Variant Cover by
Jim Cheung



Variant Cover by
Cliff Chiang
Action Figure Party Variant by
John Christopher Tyler
Premiere Variant Cover by
Leinil Francis Yu



Hidden Gem Variant Cover by
Dave Cocrkum
Hidden Gem Variant Cover by
Joe Quesada
B&W Hidden Gem Variant Cover by
Joe Quesada



Variant Cover by
Marko Djurdjevic
Variant Cover by
Rob Liefeld
Wraparound Gatefold Variant Cover by David Marquez



Variant Cover by
Carlos Pacheco
Variant Cover by
Skottie Young
Blank Variant Cover



Variant Cover by
Scott Williams
Variant Cover by
David Finch
Virgin Variant Cover by
David Finch



LCSD 2018 Variant Cover by
Mike Deodato Jr.
Unknown Comic Books Variant Cover by
Jay Anacleto
Unknown Comic Books Virgin Variant Cover by Jay Anacleto



Exclusive Variant Cover by
Jeff Dekal
Exclusive Virgin Variant Cover by
Jeff Dekal
ComicSketchArt Variant Cover ‘A’ by
Mark Brooks



ComicSketchArt Variant Cover ‘B’ by
Mark Brooks
ComicSketchArt Variant Cover ‘C’ by
Mark Brooks
Exclusive Variant Cover ‘A’ by
J. Scott Campbell



Exclusive Variant Cover ‘B’ by
J. Scott Campbell
Exclusive Variant Cover ‘C’ by
J. Scott Campbell
Exclusive Variant Cover ‘D’ by
J. Scott Campbell



Exclusive Variant Cover ‘E’ by
J. Scott Campbell
Exclusive Variant Cover ‘F’ by
J. Scott Campbell

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Uncanny X-Men #1 Variant Cover by J. Scott Campbell


J. Scott Campbell's Cover D featuring Psylocke and Archangel, along with other 5 different covers, will go on sale this Saturday only at jscottcampbell.com

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Monday, October 22, 2018

Uncanny X-Men #1 Variant Cover by Mark Brooks


Mark Brooks has unveiled his Uncanny X-Men #1 Variant Covers A and B featuring old artwork. A 3rd completely different cover will be revealed tomorrow.

As October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, 10% of the sales will be donated to charity! All 3 covers go on sale Wednesday(10/24) at 7pm EST. In addition, upon buyring all 3 covers, you get a copy of Jeff Dekal’s Uncanny X-men #1 Variant for free!