The two powers are going to go head to head, and we have an early look at Inhumans vs. X-Men #1 from Marvel Comics.
Many of the teaser images released from 20th Century Fox ahead of this morning’s Logan trailer were in black and white to prep us for the stark future of the X-Men. After watching the trailer, I think the film should get a black and white release, and I have 25 images to prove it.
There is a lot of anticipation for the new Wolverine movie, and now we have the first trailer for Logan. Wow…Is this 2017’s Mad Max Fury Road? And here is the international trailer, with a few more bloody and spoiler shots in it.
On Friday, MajorSpoilers.com’s Head Honcho Stephen Schleicher wrote the following: “Diamond Comic Distributors has announced DC Comics took the top spot once again in September for comics released in the direct market. Is this the sign of a major market change, or is the apocalypse upon us all!?” Given the reaction of some of my Marvel friends, I’d say the latter. I’ve had to give some the local comics suicide hotline number! Sheesh!
Maybe it was because the movie was already long enough, or maybe it was just too expensive to get Nightcrawler to breakdance, but now we can see three minutes of the X-Men visiting a mall from X-Men: Apocalypse.
Marvel’s Death of X series seems so meta – the X-Men taking on the Inhumans in an all out brawl for it all. It just seems to be a weird commentary on the continuing struggle between the two movie properties, and reported rumors that someone at the top of the Marvel publishing side wants to do away with the X-Men.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Rogue related merch. Fortunately, Diamond Select Toys comes to the rescue with a new statue of your favorite mutant.
Two super-powered races clash as Mutantkind and Inhumanity collide with the fates of their species at stake! Announced this weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel is pleased to bring you INHUMANS VS. X-MEN – a six issue event series coming to you this December! Blockbuster creators Charles Soule (Uncanny Inhumans), Jeff Lemire (Extraordinary X-Men) and Leinil Yu (Secret Invasion) bring the two groups to war – with explosive results!
I honestly thought the Legion series at FX and Marvel Television had been scrapped a while ago, but it looks like it is still on, and FX brought a trailer to the San Diego Comic Con to prove it.