Marvel Cancels X-Men

To be fair, there were suddenly a lot of X-Men-titled books. With Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine & The X-Men, All New X-Men, Ultimate X-Men, X-Men Legacy, Astonishing X-Men, X-Treme X-Men and X-Men.

That last, adjectiveless version has now been cancelled by Marvel. It began as a third central X-Men title to exploit the media’s taste for vampires by pitting the X-Men against a vampire foe, but this failed to catch on as intended and it has been a little rudderless since.

Here’s the final solicitation.

X-MEN #41
SETH PECK (W) • JEFTE PALO (A)
Cover by ADAM KUBERT
Final Issue Variant by DALE KEOWN
• FINAL ISSUE!
• At the end of an era, Storm puts a team together to search for the start of the next.
• In the field, will Angel challenge her for leadership?
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

 

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