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WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN Relaunches in March

Posted on the 05 December 2013 by Geekasms @geekasms

Wolverine and The X-Men will be getting the Marvel NOW! treatment and relaunching with a new #1 come March.  Along with the relaunch comes a new creative team of Jason Latour and Mahmud Asrar.

School is Back in Session in WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #1!

In the wake of the Battle of the Atom, a new Class of X-Men Rises!

This March, Wolverine and the rest of the Jean Grey School charge forward into All-New Marvel NOW! in Wolverine & The X-Men #1, the bombastic new series from the blockbuster creative team of Jason Latour and Mahmud Asrar!

If you thought the inaugural year of the Jean Grey School was crazy – you ain’t seen nothing yet! The X-Men of tomorrow have faced dangers unlike any other, and it’s not going to get easier any time soon. Summer School is in session, with new dangers, new faces…and is that Quentin Quire as a teacher?!?!?

“As we’ve seen this first year or so of the Jean Grey School has been a hard road. As a result we’ll begin with a lot of the teachers and students sitting on the edge of their seats just waiting for the bell to ring,” explained Latour. “Those that are left are the teachers and the kids who basically have nowhere to go. Headmasters Wolverine and Storm are spending the summer with  Quire and Evan and Idie. The kids who are among the most potentially powerful and dangerous mutants alive.”  “In them we could be witnessing the growth of the next GREAT team of X-Men, or the creation of the biggest threats the Marvel U will ever see.”  And with Fantomex joining the staff, what could possibly go wrong? Get ready for an explosive new start for the Jean Grey school this March in Wolverine & The X-Men #1 – if they survive that long!

Once again, the biggest creators bring you the biggest characters in the biggest stories…and it’s happening NOW!

WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #1

Written by JASON LATOUR

Art & Cover by MAHMUD ASRAR

ON-SALE THIS MARCH!



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