Read Chris Claremont's Entire Story from Next Week's Merry X-Men Holiday Special

Read Chris Claremont’s Entire Story from Next Week’s Merry X-Men Holiday Special

Posted by November 30, 2018 Comment

X-Men fans are sure to enjoy a happy holiday season this year, what with the weekly Uncanny X-Men relaunch in full swing and the X-Men even getting their own holiday special, Merry X-Men, hitting stores next week. And fulfilling our own holiday wishlist, the issue features a story by living legend Chris Claremont, the objectively best comic book writer of all time. Well, Christmas has come early, or, in this case, Chanukah, as Claremont’s entire story, with artists Terry and Rachel Dodson and colorist Chris Sotomayor, is revealed in a preview of the issue:

That’s right, it’s just one page. All the stories are, except the one that occurs on December 25th. And yes, just as the holiday season feels each year, you look forward to it for months, and then when it finally gets there, it feels like it’s over way too quickly.

Hopefully, Marvel will ring in the new year by announcing an ongoing series written by Claremont.

Merry X-Men Holiday Special #1
(W) Charlamagne Tha God , Chris Sims, Various (A) Marco Failla, Kris Anka, More (CA) David Nakayama
Twenty-five holiday tales of merry mutants, one for each day of December 1 through December 25! What does Magneto do for Hanukkah? What’s Rogue and Gambit’s first married Christmas like? Is Jubilee truly the master of navigating malls during the holidays? These questions and more are answered as all your favorite X-Men and more creators than you can shake a jingle bell at come together for a holiday celebration to last all month long!
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 05, 2018
SRP: $4.99

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(Last Updated November 30, 2018 2:36 pm )

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