Marvel has announced that X-Men Forever #1 has sold out and is going back to print for those that didn’t get it the first time.  The issue is written by Chris Claremont and will feature Tom Grummett’s artwork on the cover.

Pencils & Cover by TOM GRUMMETT

Picking up from the shocking event of X-Men Forever Alpha (collecting X-Men #1-3) as the team led by Nick Fury hunt down the renegade Fabian Cortez! Is romance brewing between Gambit and Rogue? What are Jean Grey and Wolverine hiding?

The $3.99 issue arrives July 15, 2009.

via Marvel

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  1. morpheus
    June 18, 2009 at 11:26 am — Reply

    For those of you that haven’t picked this up I recommend it. Check out Steviecool’s review over at the forums.,881.0.html

  2. ykw
    June 18, 2009 at 1:38 pm — Reply

    “What are Jean Grey and Wolverine hiding?”

    From the accompanying artwork, it looks like they’re hiding the s —

    Naaa… that’s too easy even for me. :)

  3. CF
    June 19, 2009 at 7:24 pm — Reply

    I wouldn’t bother with this. If you look ahead in the solicitations you’ll that Marvel has pulled a “Quesada”. They start a series or a new writer’s run with an interesting artist and then they remove said artist and replace them with someone less talented and cheaper. They’re doing this with Warren Ellis’ Astonishing X-Men too.

    Quesada = Total Ass-Hat

  4. Chris Wallace
    June 23, 2009 at 10:54 am — Reply

    Depends on who the artist is. What about John Byrne? On his website he’s expressed an interest in X-Men Forever. Maybe Marvel could give him a ‘Forever’ type book of his own? Could be cool!!

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