Uncanny X-Force has been rebooted once again, with a mostly new team and all new threats. Psylocke, Storm, Spiral, Puck, and some incarnation of Fantomex are all present – but how does the return of Bishop figure into all this? The Uncanny X-Force #1 review begins… now!
AvX has been going strong and taken over anything with an A or X in its title, and Uncanny X-Men has both. How has this affected the title? For the Major Spoilers look, take the jump.
Sideshow Collectibles has announced the next statue in its Marvel Premium Format Figure line will be the psionic blade wielding Psylocke.
Wolverine. Psylocke. The Punisher. Hulk. Deadpool. Five of Marvel’s deadliest heroes will come to the fore this March for a series unlike any other in 5 RONIN. Bound together by the same fate, yet alone in their existence, they are forced to walk the lonely path of the masterless samurai in the violent and tumultuous world of feudal Japan.
Kotobukiya has already released Rogue, Black Widow, and Scarlet Witch Bishoujo statues, now Psylocke is joining the lineup.
Once a British woman with minor mutant powers, Elizabeth â€œBetsyâ€ Braddockâ€™s mind was transferred into the body of a ninja giving her additional martial arts prowess.
The pretty girl style is based on Shunya Yamashita’s original illustrations.Â The statue stands 9 inches high, and will sell for $59.99 when it is released in June, 2010.
Gallery after the jump.
Marvel shared information that Psylocke #1 sold out, and is going back to press with a variant cover.Â The issue will arrive on December 23, 2009.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of X-Men: A Girl Named Hope by Christopher Yost and Duane Swierczynski.Â According to the company, it kicks off the most shocking change to the X-Men you can imagine.Â AGAIN!
Or – “The Exiles Lives Will Never Be The Same. Again.”
I’ve decided I want to work for Marvel. In the past few years, the powers-that-be at the House of Ideas have proven that they’ll publish virtually anything. Remember when someone decided that Thunderbolts would be best served by a complete change of cast, setting, scene, premise, art and story, and then seemed surprised that they barely got 6 months out of the resulting mishmash? Or recall how Grant Morrison was given free reign to initiate actual CHANGE in the X-titles, only to have it all retconned within moments of his leaving the title. There’s a real sense of “toss it at the wall, see if it sticks,” and nowhere is this more apparent than in the latest issue of Exiles, with wholesale change running rampant. But, does it all work?