Marvel – the Uncanny X-Men: revealed the new creative team


Published on Nov 15, 2018


First, let's take a look at the launch trailer for the Uncanny X-Men that Marvel has published in the occasion of the release of the first issue, giving way to the epic event “Disassembled”.

The trailer offers a glimpse of the chaos that explodes in the first issue of the new weekly series.

Speaking with the team of the Uncanny X-Men composed by Ed Brisson, Matthew Rosenberg, and Kelly Thompson has discussed what fans can expect from the series.

“Many of the new X-Men, the younger guys who are not like Laura [Kinney, X-23], are lost in the fray,” said Thompson. “There are so many X-Men. I don't think anyone is trying to put anyone on the bench. That is what happens when you have so many amazing characters and so many amazing stories. Then, of course, we cannot develop them all, but one of my favorite things – and also, And, I do not know Matt in this story is the story of these young X-Men. In particular, Armor, Pixie, Rockslide and Glob have large roles. And it's not just the great roles in punch things, they will have doubts, will have regrets and will have an evolution and well-defined.”

In 2019 also comes to the event Age of X-Man, and together with six new titles in the universe X-Men: The Marvelous X-Men #1, Nextgen #1, The Amazing Nightcrawler #1, The X-Tremists #1, Prisoner X #1, and Apocalypse & The X-Tracts #1.

If you are individual one-shot or mini-series we still don't know, but the situation in the park tested is becoming very similar to the period of the Age of Apocalypse.

Age Of Apocalypse gave us, in fact, X-Calibre, Gambit and the X-Ternals, Generation Next, Astonishing X-Men, Amazing X-Men, Weapon X, X Factor, and X-Man.

Finally, it has been announced what will there be after ten weeks of the event, “Disassembled” that keep you engaged in X-Men: “Devastation”.

This is the teaser that appears on the cover of the Uncanny X-Men #11.

The story arc, written by Matthew Rosenberg and illustrated by Salvador Larroca, which seem to be artistic team final in the series, will start in February, and would seem to bring with it the return of Cyclops, which is soon to rise again, presumably accepting his actions before his death and the repercussions that these have caused to the Marvel Universe.

The leader of the X-Men not only killed Professor Xavier while under the influence of the Phoenix, but he died because of the poisoning of the Mists Terrigenous in the miniseries Death of X of 2016, in a plot that led him to lead his team into a total war against the Inhuman.

The cover, illustrated by Larroca, shows a Scott Summers devastated, kneeling in the rubble of what was the Xavier Institute. It is not clear, however, whether the current Xavier Institute for Mutant Education and Outreach, in fact, we see, above the troubled ex-X-Man, an image of the team, including himself, in the customs of the period, Jim Lee in the mid - ’90s.

Cyclops is waiting to go on the Uncanny X-Men Annual #1 in January, And Brisson and Carlos Gomez, even if the how and the why will make his return from life after death remains a mystery. In the same way, shrouded in secrecy, is whether his return will bind to the events of the arc “Disassembled” Uncanny X-Men, or if the narrative of the Annual stand alone, making a prelude to whatever happens after Cyclops and the rest of the X-Men.

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