The vampire outbreak continues in X-Men #3, and Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek that you can see after the jump.

X-MEN #3 (JUL100621)
Penciled by PACO MEDINA
Variant Cover by PACO MEDINA

In a desperate attempt to end the vampire outbreak, the X-Men do the unthinkable – they resurrect Dracula! Will the former Lord of the Vampires play nice with Cyclops’ plan to take down Xarus? Find out this September in X-Men #3.

The $3.99 issue arrives September 09, 2010.

via Marvel


  1. TaZ
    August 12, 2010 at 12:49 pm — Reply

    Namor holding the Vampire’s head got my attention. Reminds folks of the bad-ass that he’s been.

  2. August 12, 2010 at 8:42 pm — Reply

    After finding out that Xarus plan is basicly “Infect Jubilee to lure Wolverine. Infect Wolverine. I win.”, I lost all interest. F’ Wolverine. I’ll look up the title when this arc is finished.

    • Doctor Sleepless
      August 13, 2010 at 12:27 pm — Reply

      I think you are wrong… Wolverine isn’t the primary target. If he was they would have struck since he is already in the field. And it sounds like the primary is one of a kind, with W they might as well go after X-23. The infiltration sounds like their only way of getting to their primary….So is it; White Queen, Namor, Rao, Cyclops, Hope, Angel?

      • TaZ
        August 13, 2010 at 12:32 pm — Reply

        I’m just wondering why you would need to put a band-aid on the arm of a guy with super-fast healing powers after you took blood? And who takes blood from the bottom of the outside bicep?

        • Damascus
          September 22, 2010 at 3:20 am — Reply

          Maybe the band aid is there just to be a “Yep, they drew some blood alright.”

  3. Bob T
    August 13, 2010 at 3:40 am — Reply

    This is okay but I think 3 main X-Men titles and loads of spin offs is too many. They will start to alienate true fans.

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