Psylocke_01_CoverPICON.jpg

Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of X-Men: A Girl Named Hope by Christopher Yost and Duane Swierczynski.  According to the company, it kicks off the most shocking change to the X-Men you can imagine.  AGAIN!

X-Men: A Girl Named Hope Part 1
PSYLOCKE #1 (of 4) (SEP090483)
Written by CHRISTOPHER YOST & DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI
Penciled by HARVEY TOLIBAO & STEVE DILLON
Cover by DAVID FINCH

Running as interconnected short stories (appearing as bonus content) through Psylocke #1, Dark X-Men #1, X-Men Legacy #230 and X-Force #22, X-Men: A Girl Named Hope begins the most shocking change to the X-Men you can imagine! Will Hope save or damn mutantkind? What is Cable’s agenda? The answers begin in X-Men: A Girl Named Hope!

Psylocke #1 arrives November 4, 2009 with a cover price of $3.99.

via Marvel

Share.

About Author

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment. You can follow him on Twitter @MajorSpoilers and tell him your darkest secrets...

11 Comments

  1. IMO, the most shocking change to the X-Men I could imagine would be going 1 year without any “shocking changes”, “earth-shattering events”, or promises of “things will never be the same again.”

    ;)

  2. I have two points to make.

    One: All these “earth-shattering” events make me miss the comics when the heroes wouldn’t be doing anything heroic. Right now I would love to see an issue or two devoted to the X-men doing a bar-b-cue or maybe see Clint and Mockingbird go on a date. The Flash-es having a race for the fun of it. Kyle Rayner trying to have a love life. Clack surprising Lois on their anniversary. Anything that isn’t game-changing or world-chainging, but still fun. Aren’t their any writers able to do that anymore.

    Two: Remember when Spider-man was the face of Marvel? I miss that. It used to be that you would send Peter into a comic to save it; not Logan. Now it seems like Wolverine is the face of Marvel and Spider-Man was relegated to the back. WHat happened?

    • “Remember when Spider-man was the face of Marvel? I miss that. It used to be that you would send Peter into a comic to save it; not Logan. Now it seems like Wolverine is the face of Marvel and Spider-Man was relegated to the back. WHat happened?”

      Somewhere along the way, people forgot what our heroes should represent. We forgot that it’s more important to be Good than to be Bad-Ass.

    • Loved that X-men comic where the played basketball. (Wow, that was over 15 years ago). My favorite down-time comics are when X-Factor goes through therapy sessions. Love that stuff.

  3. Ok.. Just how old is Cable? While in the future 15 years has gone by so far.
    What else are they going to do to screw with the story?

    And that artwork looks like something you would normally see in a coloring book.

  4. “All these “earth-shattering” events make me miss the comics when the heroes wouldn’t be doing anything heroic.”

    You definitely have a point. One beef I have with the bulk of most series out: what “earth shattering” changes are there really? Anything we (as fans) don’t like gets changed back sooner or later anyway, mainly because the Big Two want to continue getting our money.

    “Ok.. Just how old is Cable?”

    Very good point. It’s pretty obvious at this point that comic characters age about the same as your average Hanna Barbera characters or the Simpsons, in that…they don’t. If Magneto was around 10 years old in a concentration camp, he’d be anywhere from 74-80 years old. Yet, for reasons unknown, Dick Grayson did age…but only until he was the within a few years of Bruce Wayne (?).

Leave A Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.