‘Extraordinary X-Men’ Comics Updates: Issue #1 Will Revive One of X-Men's Biggest Fallen Heroes
The first issue of "Extraordinary X-Men" comics will revive one of X-Men's biggest fallen heroes. This new flagship of the most famous mutant superheroes comics is already ready for its release in your magazine stands on Nov. 4.
Comic book reports that Marvel Comics has provided the online magazine an exclusive preview of the first issue of "Extraordinary X-Men." Report states that the new X-men series is now kicking off with writer Jeff Lemire and artist Humberto Ramos on board.
The story line of "Extraordinary X-Men" revolves after the Secret Wars. The synopsis states that 8 months after the said war, "the state of the mutant race has grown direr. The cloud of Terrigen Mist spreading throughout Earth is toxic to mutants, and now the X-Men must find a way for the species to avoid extinction."
In addition, the preview of "Extraordinary X-Men" #1 reveals that an X-man has returned.
According to Newsarama, "Extraordinary X-Men" will give fans fresh plot as Jeff Lemire promised that this new series of X-men "would shake things up for Marvel's merry mutants." Storm being the leader of this new team is seen talking to someone. She confessed to the person how she struggled "to maintain order and keep the dream alive" especially at Jean Grey School.
To cut the chase, Storm is speaking to Professor X. He is the biggest X-men Fallen hero who returns in "Extraordinary X-Men." It might be unbelievable, but there is a reason for his return. "To understand just how significant Professor X's supposed return could be, we have to back all the way up to 2012's 'Avengers vs. X-Men' in which the Phoenix Force returned to Earth, resulting in Xavier's death at the hands of his prize pupil, Scott Summers, A.K.A. Cyclops. The death of Professor X lead to an irreparable split between Cyclops and the rest of the X-Men, with only those other mutants possessed by the Phoenix Force (and Magneto) following him as he attempted to create his own X-Men team," Newsarama explained.
The death of the professor has caused opposition among X-men. Iceman and Beast found the murder of Professor X unforgivable. This made Beast bring "the original X-Men's younger selves to the future, where they remain. Cyclops and his squad remained fully sequestered from the rest of the mutant population right up until Secret Wars, though their exact fate is unknown."
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