There are foreheads on the cover of All New X-Men. Massive foreheads.
Source: The Bendis Tumblr
Marvel released the cover to All New X-Men #1, which shows all five of the original X-Men. However, in a shocking design twist, one of the members of the news team has been revealed to be a teenaged Conehead. Jean Grey, dead since 2001, is shown to have a foot long forehead, eeriely mirroring the original designs for the Hulk Villain The Leader. In addition, Grey's forehead is larger than her deltoid muscle, her boot cuff and the length between her belly button and her crotch.
Grey, who was previously not known to come from France, is reportedly being brought back so that Wolverine, a mutant whom Marvel fans consume notoriously large quantities of, can finally bang her (accomplished by the two rubbing their heads together), putting the final nail in the X-Men coffin. In response, many longtime X-Fans were reported to say, "Mepps! Mepps!"
If you think the 40 year old Coneheads references in that last paragraph are stale and dated, wait until you read the comic!
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