Cable & Hope Return To The X-Men!

Marvel is proud to unveil your first look at "X-Men: A Girl Named Hope," from Duane Swierczynski and Steve Dillon!

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Marvel is proud to unveil your first look at "X-Men: A Girl Named Hope," from Duane Swierczynski and Steve Dillon, beginning the return of Cable and Hope to the X-Men! Running as interconnected short stories (appearing as bonus content) through PSYLOCKE #1, DARK X-MEN #1, X-MEN LEGACY #230 and X-FORCE #22, X-MEN: A GIRL NAMED HOPE, begins the most shocking change to the X-Men you can imagine! Will Hope save or damn mutantkind? What is Cable's agenda? The answers begin in "X-Men: A Girl Named Hope"!

"X-Men: A Girl Named Hope" Part 1
PSYLOCKE #1 (of 4) (SEP090483)
Written by CHRISTOPHER YOST & DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI
Penciled by HARVEY TOLIBAO & STEVE DILLON
Cover by DAVID FINCH
Parental Advisory ...$3.99
FOC-10/15/09, On-Sale-11/4/09

"X-Men: A Girl Named Hope" Part 2
DARK X-MEN #1 (of 5) (SEP090474)
Written by PAUL CORNELL & DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI
Penciled by LEONARD KIRK & STEVE DILLON
Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI
Rated T+ ...$3.99
FOC-10/22/09, On-Sale-11/11/09

 

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squirrel
squirrel

[quote] The artwork for this looks terrible but Dark X-Men and Psylocke look awesome. Can't wait for them to be released.[/quote] It may not be the same as Olivetti, but Steve Dillon is actually a really good artist. I believe he opened the Wolverine Origins title, and maybe it was just a really good fit for those stories, but it sold me on his work

colossalpikachu
colossalpikachu

The artwork for this looks terrible but Dark X-Men and Psylocke look awesome. Can't wait for them to be released.

squirrel
squirrel

Too bad you have to pick up all these titles just to keep the messiah story line intact. I'm more than a little skeptical of Psylocke, Dark X-Men less so but, y'know, financials.

michaeltill
michaeltill

This sounds cool. Glad I'll be picking up those other books anyway.This is the first I'd heard of another Dark X-Men min-series.