With Storm split between her duties as Queen of Wakanda, and an X-Men, Marvel’s X-Men Worlds Apart may have Ororo deciding which world she will stay in.  Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives October 15, 2008.

X-MEN: WORLDS APART #1 (of 4) (AUG082417)

From fan-favorite X-scribe Christopher Yost (X-Force, New X-Men), comes the Storm story everyone’s been waiting for starting this fall with X-Men: Worlds Apart #1 (of 4)!  After a mutant commits a puzzling murder in the heart of Wakanda, Storm feels obligated to investigate the case, but on her own terms.  What she discovers, though, may force her into a position where she must decide: Will she remain a queen or return to her mutant teammates, the X-Men?


Make note of the price; X-Men Worlds Apart #1 will sell for $3.99.

via Marvel


  1. September 21, 2008 at 3:54 pm — Reply

    Howzabout she remains queen and an X-Man? It isn’t like she’s the ruler of the country, making her adventures as ridiculous as Aquaman’s, her husband’s, Geo-Force’s, and Namor’s…

  2. September 22, 2008 at 1:52 am — Reply

    Howzabout Yost writes a scene where a large weatherproof boot kicks her in the butt; knocking her out of the sky and out of the x-men comics forever. Farewell to the most boring and cliche-addled character of the past 30 (no idea really) years.

  3. Excelsior
    October 15, 2008 at 2:33 pm — Reply

    Puhleaseeeeeeeeeee— have a beer with Kevin Sorbo and chill out! Ive braced myself for the pros and cons on this issue, and Im happy to say..its oneof the best stories written featuring Storm.

  4. Jake
    November 29, 2008 at 3:09 am — Reply

    WOW Cyclops look’s totally cool.

  5. harley storm
    January 28, 2009 at 1:58 pm — Reply

    storm should killl him or thay both should die to geather i love storm n all but i think shes beter off with wolverien thay make hot kids and black panther is not good 4 her

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