Disassembled. It is a phrase with history in the Marvel Universe. The last time it was used to describe a major event, the Avengers were changed forever. Old legends died and new legends were born. Now the term has been hung on the collective heads of the X-Men, and that can’t be good. Let’s see how it starts in UNCANNY X-MEN #1, on shelves now!
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Marvel has revealed that Jim Cheung will provide a variant cover for the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #1.
Marvel continues to roll our the variant covers for the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #1. The latest is from artist Carlos Pacheco.
Marvel has released the first look at the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #1 variant cover from artist Jen Bartell.
It must be close to the release of the December solicitations because a number of publishers have been releasing a batch of announcements ahead of next week’s new Previews catalog. For instance, Marvel has announced X-Force is returning.
November will see the return of Uncanny X-Men in a new ongoing series from Mahmud Asrar, R.B. Silva, Ed Brisson, Kelly Thompson, Matthew Rosenberg and more.
Oni Press has released a sneak peek of The Ballad of Sang #5 from writer Ed Brisson and Alessandro Micelli. The issue arrives on Wednesday.
This week, The Ballad of Sang #4 arrives, and we have a sneak peek of the issue by Ed Brisson and Alessandro Micelli.
Sang has gone into hiding after cutting off and stealing the arm of the biggest, baddest gangster in the city. What happens next? You’ll have to check out The Ballad of Sang #2 when it hits stands this week, or take the jump for a sneak peek.
Marvel released this teaser image for Extermination from writer Ed Brisson and artist Pepe Larraz. With the Death of the Inhumans just around the corner, this X-Men event could mean a lot of angry fans… or happy ones.
Ed Brisson’s The Ballad of Sang issue #1 will feature an Emerald City Comic Con (ECCC) variant by Declan Shalvey.
Oni Press has announced writer Ed Brisson, and Italian artist Alessandro Micelli have teamed for…
So, did I pick this book solely because of the novelty of finally reviewing a…