Dazy wrote:I second that. WatXM is my favorite title out there right now.
Even if #18 nearly made me cry for several reasons.
I'll mark it and leave lots of space before I put anything spoiler-ish.Yes, Kurt was bad ass in UXF 33. It would've been nice if the scene got more than two pages, as it's been building for months, but otherwise good.Bamfing_Bob wrote:
UXF 33: Why has no one come on here and discussed the badassery of Darkholme in his revenge against the Blob?! I don't want to spoil it if you haven't picked up the book yet, but Ahhh! So kick ass! Alot goes down in the comic, and I think they are going to go out with a bang.
UXF 34: Saw the preview. A very shocking turn of events for Kurt, but not completely unexpected. Also, Daken is trying to Kill Wolverine and we find out the state of Betsy's mind. All in a three page sneak peek!
Newsarama spoke with Age of Apocalypse writer David Lapham about his role in the upcoming Marvel crossover X-Termination, and the other writers involved — Astonishing X-Men's Marjorie Liu and X-Treme X-Men's Greg Pak — have also gone on record about the story, which details the Age of Apocalypse's Nightcrawler's quest to flee the classic Marvel Universe and return to his home reality. Over at CBR, Liu discussed the central roles Wolverine and AoA Nightcrawler (recently seen in Uncanny X-Force) play in the story, saying, "These are two very passionate individuals who once they set their mind on something, that's it. That is it. The conflict between them, because their motives are very different — they're not bad guys individually — but their motives are so different that resolving this is going to require, I think especially on Nightcrawler's part, a real journey of self, self-exploration and conscience."
Liu also hinted that X-Termination will have major repercussions on Astonishing X-Men, "for one character in particular."
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