Marvel.com quickly corrected the error and gives people a reason to pick up the book.
In an interview yesterday with Comics Alliance, Sam Humphries, the new writer of Uncanny X-Force, expounded on the Canandiacity of Puck and how his eclectic line-up of X-Men would be visiting jolly England. What the interview failed to mention was exactly anyone besides the thirteen fans of Puck would want to read the series.
Luckily, Marvel.com provided a follow-up which revealed why Humphries' new X-Force would come together. That reason? Bishop. That's right, the gun-wielding future cop turned homicidal villain is back to finish the job he started in Messiah Complex: to kill Professor Xavier. Having learned that his headshot failed to finish his bald nemesis, Bishop has returned to finish the job. Since Marvel NOW! will be instantly retconning Avengers vs. X-Men, Psylocke and her team of midgets/multi-armed dancers will have to stop him. (All that was sarcasm by the way).
Seriously, though, Bishop is back and is looking to shoot some stuff. He can start with Puck.
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