Does Glob Herman Suspect Fowl Play in Next Week’s Age of X-Man NextGen #1?

Age of X-Man continues to shake the X-Men universe to its foundations next week with the first issue of NextGen, a mini-series focusing on the lives of the X-Men students in Nate Gray’s remade utopia. But for Glob Herman, things seem a bit grim here in utopia. His only friends here, it seems, are chickens which he’s named after the X-Men who haven’t come to this particular alternate reality, to the delight of Manon and Maxime who confront him in the Summers Institute schoolyard.

But there may be a good reason Glob isn’t feeling this new world. Could he remember what the world is supposed to be like, before X-Man remade it? And is he expressing it by writing fan-fic? Is Glob Herman actually Matthew Rosenberg, writing the Uncanny X-Men title in the Age of X-Man universe?!

Could Glob be the key to figuring out what’s happened and reversing what X-Man did in time to bring all the X-Men back to the regular Marvel Universe for the next big X-event?

Find out when NextGen #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

Age of X-Man NextGen #1 (of 5)
(W) Ed Brisson (A) Marcus To (CA) Chris Bachalo
In an age of utopia, the Summers Institute for Higher Learning is the premiere school for the mutant community across the globe. Attendance is mandatory for all mutant children, as they learn to become the next generation of marvelous X-Men. But even in a utopian society, teenagers will always find a way to rebel… Follow Glob, Armor, Anole and Rockslide as they discover what it really means to live in an age of peace and harmony!
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 13, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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