Stealth Crossover? Domino and Mr. and Mrs. X Both Visit the Mojoverse in January

Stealth Crossover? Domino and Mr. and Mrs. X Both Visit the Mojoverse in January

Posted by October 16, 2018 Comment

Two upcoming X-titles are headed to the Mojoverse in January, according to Marvel’s January solicitations. In Mr. and Mrs. X #7, Rogue and Gambit find themselves stuck in the Mojoverse and forced to relive past moments for Mojo TV. Wow, that honeymoon isn’t going great, is it?

MR. AND MRS. X #7
KELLY THOMPSON (W) • Oscar Bazaldua (A)
Cover by TERRY & RACHEL DODSON
• Stuck in the Mojoverse!
• Rogue and Gambit are forced to relive moments of their past…but this time for the cameras!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

And in Domino #10, Domino also heads to the Mojoverse, and it looks like she’s teaming up with Longshot as well.

DOMINO #10
GAIL SIMONE (W) • DAVID BALDEON (A)
Cover by GANG HYUK LIM
GOOD LUCK WITH THAT!
• You saw her on the silver screen, now Domino’s live and direct from the Mojoverse!
• Can you guess which special guest is along for the ride?
• The answer’s a real long shot…
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$3.99

Will they cross paths?

And hey, Shatterstar might be there too, if he’s still hunting down his kidnapped tenants. And if they’re all there, hell, maybe Marvel wasn’t planning to have a crossover… but they might as well, right?

SHATTERSTAR #4 (OF 5)
TIM SEELEY (W)
CARLOS VILLA &
GERARDO SANDOVAL (A)
Cover by YASMINE PUTRI
With the mundane lives of his tenants hanging in the balance, Shatterstar is pushed to the brink by the life he thought he left behind….
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

See Marvel’s full January solicitations here.

(Last Updated October 16, 2018 3:56 pm )

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