Marvel sent us a sneak peek of Uncanny X-Men #25 that concludes The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier.

UNCANNY X-MEN #25 (JUN140625)
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Art & Cover by CHRIS BACHALO
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Variant by Phantom City Creative (JUN140626)
What has Xavier been hiding? A mutant so powerful their very existence was a threat to mutant’s way of life. A destructive force so powerful they would’ve wiped out any chance of a peaceful coexistence between humans and mutants. An unstoppable power now unleashed in the wake of Xavier’s death! Against such overwhelming power, the splintered squads of X-Men must unite if they have any hope of stopping it. And the story of how it came to be will cast a new light on their beloved teacher – and the depths he would go to protect mutant/human relations. Witness Xavier’s final “gift” to his children, but will it be their undoing?

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Uncanny X-Men #25 arrives September 03, 2014.

via Marvel

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3 Comments

  1. Oldcomicfan
    August 13, 2014 at 2:21 pm — Reply

    Does Marvel PROMISE that this will be the LAST will and Testament of Prof. X? Because I’ve lost count of how many times they’ve “killed” old baldy off. I suspect that after chilling out and quaffing a few flagons of mead with Dead Wolverine in Fake Comicbook Deathland, that, like reruns of “I Love Lucy” and “Gilligan’s Island”, he’ll be back whether we want him to come back or not! It’s too early to judge but my first impression is that I’m getting a definite “Akira” vibe from the art. Now, whether I’m completely off base here, or Marvel manages to deliver an Otomo quality “Akira” epic or a Leonardo DiCaprio “Akira” non-starter remains to be seen.

    • August 14, 2014 at 10:40 am — Reply

      It’s two. They’ve killed him two times…

      • Dale Lockard
        September 4, 2014 at 4:36 am — Reply

        Seems like more. Well, he was actually an alien once and a clone another time. Wait, the time he died back in the 60s. Can’t recall if he was a clone or if it was a morph pretending to be him.

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