X-Citing Previews: Wolverine & The X-Men #37 And Longshot Saves The Marvel Universe #1
We’ve got two X-xciting X-Men previews for your viewing pleasure today. First up is the penultimate entry in the Battle of the Atom saga followed up by the first issue of a new series featuring the luckiest man alive.
Wolverine & The X-Men #37 (via CBR) by Jason Aaron sets things up for the big finale of the mega X-Men event Battle of the Atom. Jean Grey of the future has a conversation with her one true love, Scott Summers, inside of his mind. It’s all a big trap though. Can the future X-Men, who are really evil, get away before the team of good guy future X-Men from the future hunts them down? Find out this coming Wednesday.
Next up is an advance look at Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe #1 from Dr. McNinja creator Christopher Hastings featuring art by Jacopo Camagni. When someone starts targeting the luck based heroes, it’s up to Longshot to not only save himself but the entire Marvel Universe. He gets to do it all while sporting a sweet new haircut. What do you think about our first look at some of the goings on in the world of the X-Men?
X-MEN: BATTLE OF THE ATOM, PART 9!
• All of the X-Men (present & future) and their adversaries are reeling from the events of Part 8!
• With the adversaries’ Plan A squashed, they turn to their far more sinister Plan B on the grounds of the X-Men’s first adventure!
LONGSHOT SAVES THE MARVEL UNIVERSE #1
CHRISTOPHER HASTINGS (W) • JACOPO CAMAGNI (A)
Covers by DAVID NAKAYAMA
Deadpool photobomb variant by David Nakayama
• When someone is targeting the lucky for death, it won’t take long before the luckiest X-Man, Longshot, is in the killer’s sights. But things quickly go from bad to worse as super heroes, villains, all of S.H.I.E.L.D. and even COSMIC ENTITIES have it out for our boy!
• Is Longshot finally in over his head, or can he beat the odds and save the Marvel Universe when no one else can?
32 PGS. /Rated T+ …$2.99
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