Marvel's Jordan White Spoils the Last Panel of Uncanny X-Men #1 for #XMenMonday

Marvel’s Jordan White Spoils the Last Panel of Uncanny X-Men #1 for #XMenMonday

Posted by October 22, 2018 Comment

Maybe he was caught up in the X-Men Monday spirit. Maybe he wanted to spite us after we put all that effort into compiling Everything We Know So Far About the Uncanny X-Men Relaunch just yesterday by putting out even more information today. Maybe he just wanted to get it out of the way before Marvel did it in the New York Times the week before the issue hits stores. Whatever the reason, Marvel X-Editor Jordan White took to Twitter on Monday to post some new information about the upcoming Uncanny X-Men relaunch, including posting the last panel of the book, along with some other teases:

As if that weren’t enough, Uncanny X-Men and Mr. and Mrs. X writer Kelly Thompson also shared a page from an upcoming issue, and after that cliffhanger in Mr. and Mrs. X #4

Uncanny X-Men #1 hits stores on November 14th, and we’re sure there’ll be more to spoil before then.

Uncanny X-Men #1
(W) Ed Brisson, Kelly Thompson, Matthew Rosenberg (A) Mahmud A. Asrar, Mark Bagley, Mirko Colak (CA) Leinil Francis Yu
THE CHILDREN OF THE ATOM ARE BACK!
New ongoing series kicking off with a 10-part weekly epic, the flagship X-Men series that started it all is back and better than ever! Starting with a mysterious and tragic disappearance, the X-Men are drawn into what might be…their final adventure?! X-Fan favorite writers Ed Brisson (EXTERMINATION), Matthew Rosenberg (PHOENIX RESURRECTION) and Kelly Thompson (MR. & MRS. X) and all-star artists Mahmud Asrar (X-MEN RED), R.B. Silva (X-MEN BLUE), Yildiray Cinar (WEAPON X) and Pere Pérez (ROGUE AND GAMBIT) join forces to bring you…X-MEN DISASSEMBLED?!
Rated T+
In Shops: Nov 14, 2018
SRP: $7.99

(Last Updated October 22, 2018 9:48 pm )

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