TweetNot mentioned in the launch interview, Marvel.com have established the initial hook for Sam Humphries and Ron Garney’s relaunch of X-Force: the return of Bishop.
Stuart Immonen’s artwork is one of the key selling points to, well, anything he is involved with, and All-New X-Men #1 is no exception. The premise of the book is that the original five members of the X-Men – Angel, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Iceman and Beast – have come to the present for some reason (no, there’s no sign of other founding X-Men Shortpack and Sage at this point in time). They are in the present, and they are… in the present. And Stuart Immonen is drawing it! So now you know the premise of the series in its entirety.
The regardless point being, Marvel have released some of Immonen’s pencils for the first issue of the series, written by Brian Michael Bendis. And unsurprisingly, they’re spiffing, corking, and several other 1960s adjectives.
You may have witnessed some out of control hyperbole about Marvel’s recently announced Avengers Vs. X-Men. My personal favorite, courtesy of Newsarama’s recap:
Pre-taped words from all five writers. “There’s never been an Avengers vs. X-Men super-blowout, so it’s like, we have to do it,” Bendis says.
Never been one? Seems like I own copies of something answering that description…
A fine infographic chart which, if not for the initiated, still lays out mutant heredity in an elegant way.
TweetWhile we were out of town, many comic book movie casting decisions were announced, and since it’s beach season, here’s a great chance to post some awesome swimsuit photos! X-MEN: FIRST CLASS has a very crowded cast, and director Matthew Vaughn added a few more faces in the past week or so. January Jones, best […]