First Look At X-Men: Battle Of The Atom #1

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battle of the atomThe huge X-Men anniversary event featuring the murderers’ row creative team of Brian Michael, Bendis, Jason Aaron, Brian Wood, Frank Cho, Stuart Immonen, Chris Bachalo, David Lopez, and Giuseppe Camuncoli is about to kick off. The X-Men teams from the past, present, and future will come to blows as the fate of the time-hopping original X-Men is debated. The event will kick off this September and run until the end of October over the course of 10 weekly comics.

• Part 1: X-Men Battle of the Atom #1

• Part 2: All-New X-Men #16

• Part 3: X-Men #5

• Part 4: Uncanny X-Men #12

• Part 5: Wolverine & The X-Men #36

• Part 6: All-New X-Men #17

• Part 7: X-Men # 6

• Part 8: Uncanny X-Men #13

• Part 9: Wolverine & The X-Men #37

• Part 10: X-Men: Battle of The Atom #2

The preview for Part 1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Frank Cho has recently hit the web. The issue won’t be out until September 4th, but you can check out the first four pages of Cho’s amazing art below. Will you be taking part in the Battle of the Atom this fall?

Hank McCoy brought the original X-Men into the present in the hopes of changing the course of history and stopping Scott Summer’s mutant revolution before it even begins. But as the young and confused X-Men try to cope with their devastating futures, the team begins to unravel from the inside. And just as mutant civil war is about to hit its boiling point, an unexpected third party comes in to change the game—the future X-Men! They’ve traveled back in time with a warning—the original X-Men need to go back to their rightful time or they will be the final nail in mutantkind’s coffin. They risked everything to come to the past and won’t leave until the All-New X-Men are back in the past.

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