MARVEL UNVEILS UNCANNY X-MEN #1 COVER BY ROB LIEFELD
Rob Liefeld has returned to the X-Men. Marvel Comics unveiled a new variant cover for Uncanny X-Men #1 from the iconic X-Force creator. The cover spotlights longtime X-Men characters Storm, Bishop, Jean Grey, Jubilee, Beast, Iceman, Psylocke, X-23 and Nightcrawler.
The series’ initial, ten-issue storyline, “Disassembled,” will unfold at a weekly pace, with writers Ed Brisson, Kelly Thompson and Matthew Rosenberg aided by the art team of Mahmud Asrar, R.B. Silva, Yildiray Cinar and Pere Perez. While the creative team is keeping the epic storyline’s surprises a closely guarded secret, even in an interview with CBR, Marvel recently provided us with an exclusive peek inside the first four issues
Liefeld, of course, famously co-created the character Deadpool in New Mutants #98 with Fabian Nicieza. He is also known for working on such titles as Cable and Deadpool, Hawk and Dove, Youngblood and Avengelyne.
Uncanny X-Men #1 by Kelly Thompson, Ed Brisson, Matthew Rosenberg, Mahmud Asrar, Mark Bagley and Mirko Colak goes on sale November 14. • UNCANNY X-MEN #1 • Written by KELLY THOMPSON, ED BRISSON and MATTHEW ROSENBERG • Art by MAHMUD ASRAR, MARK BAGLEY and MIRKO COLAK • Cover by LEINIL FRANCIS YU • UNCANNY X-MEN LIEFELD VAR (SEP180801) • On Sale 11/14/18
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Marvel Embraces X-Men Again as Mutants Get Ready for Disney Debut
The Disney purchase of Fox hasn't yet closed, but it's pretty much an inevitability at this point and by this time next year, the X-Men and Fantastic Four will likely be back in the hands of Marvel Studios. That means big changes are on the horizon, but some of those changes are already taking place behind the scenes. Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld recently shed some light on those changes. ⭐️Rob Liefeld recently appeared as a guest at Wizard World Comic Con in Austin. During a panel, which I attended, he spoke a bit about the future of the X-Men as it pertains to Marvel Comics. The publisher hasn't been releasing nearly as much mutant-related material over the past two decades, as Fox has been capitalizing on the movies since they own the rights, leaving little motivation for Marvel to put out X-Men comics. However, as Liefeld explains, that's already shifting. Here's what he had to say about it. ⭐️"Here's the deal. Since the X-Men movies came out and Disney didn't have them, I don't know if you've ever paid attention, but Marvel kind of turned the volume down on the X-Men for almost 20 years. Now that they have them more, what was told to me was, 'Oh yeah. Our budgets on the X-Men books are back up to what they used to be because now we own them all.'" This is good news for those who have been looking forward to Kevin Feige being in control of Wolverine, Cyclops, Jean Grey and the rest of the mutant gang. Rob Liefeld also spoke a bit about a massive X-Men event comic that he's working on, which is set to arrive next year.