Written by Jude Terror
on Monday, January 14 2013 and posted in Previews
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, here's your previews of All New X-Men #6, X-Factor #250, and X-Men #40!
ALL NEW X-MEN #6
Brian Michael Bendis (W) • DAVID MARQUEZ (A)
Cover by Stuart Immonen
X-Men 50th Anniversary Variant
• David Marquez (Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man) takes the artistic reins for 3 issues!
• Brian Bendis further defines the future of the X-Men!
32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$3.99
Peter David (W) • Leonard Kirk (A)
Cover by DAVID YARDIN
VARIANT COVER BY CLAY MANN
• A year of X-FACTOR stories culminates here in the first part of "HELL ON EARTH WAR"!
• The various Hell lords battle for domination in a war that was triggered by the seven billionth soul born on Earth, and only X-Factor can avoid the entire world going up in flames!
• This is the beginning of the end for X-Factor as you know it...
32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$2.99
Seth Peck (W) • TBD (A)
Cover by DAVID LOPEZ
• The end of an era!
• What happens to a team when they lose the trust that binds them?
32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$3.99
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