Will Someone Please Give Hope And Namor Their Own Series?

From today’s Uncanny X-Men #8, by Kieron Gillen and Greg Land. Slightly spoilerish but I think you’ll live.

 

Hope and Namor. One a teenager from the future, the other a century old warrior from the deep. Of course they should have a comic book series together. Here’s another bit from today’s issue.

And of course it’s been building from previous issues.

And possibly my favourite.

Such a wonderful, playful, compatible set of toally different personalities, that find a common perspective to have fun with.

Series please. Ongoing. $2.99. Come on Marvel, you know it makes sense…

Uncanny X-Men #7 is published today from Marvel Comics. Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics of London, currently showcasing the Stripped collection in its gallery. More of that later.

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