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"X-Men '92" Infinite Comic Series 
28th-May-2015 12:37 am
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This week marks the release of Marvel's "X-Men '92" digital comic series. For those who enjoyed the 92 series (myself included), it's certainly worth a look. The first link below contains an interview with co-writers, Chad Bowers and Chris Sims, detailing their plans with the new series. The second one is your obligatory preview.



If nothing else, it may be the only current source of potential Comic Cyclops/Rogue interaction until Marvel's Secret Wars 2015 is sorted out. Beggars can't be choosers, at least for the time being.

Update: Series will be re-launched as a full ongoing, next Spring:

29th-May-2015 01:09 am (UTC) - Volume 110, Issue 12
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2nd-Aug-2015 08:07 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the news! Didn't even know they even thought to do this, but then again it explains why I saw some '66 or something in other comics in the new releases stand at 2nd & Charles.

Have you had a chance to buy it/read it? Any interaction between Scott & Rogue. I'll have to see if I can get my hands on it. :)
2nd-Aug-2015 10:12 pm (UTC)
I didn't know about it until the day I made the entry, so don't feel bad about not knowing.

I did read the first issue, and I did like it. Though, it's more playing current MU or 616 canon -- Senator Kelly is now an emissary for Doom, who rules many dimensions, as per Secret Wars 2015 -- than a straightforward time skip sequel, which is what I was hoping. And playing on more recent X-Men canon, as Cassandra Nova shows up early in the series. (She's not a favorite of mine, though, I won't hold the series against that.)

Been hyper-busy, so I haven't read the most recent issues, and a cover features major Gambit/Rogue, alas. But that's not unexpected, either, as the series is only following the 1992 series' lead. I'll try to track down everything and give you a better assessment in the next few weeks.

But the art I love and man, I dig Jean's 92 X-Men uniform. It's like perfection to me.

Hope some of this helps. Like I said, it's the closest we'll get to Comic Scott/Rogue interaction as Marvel is hellbent on keep those two separate from each other in mainstream canon. Sighs.

Edited at 2015-08-03 12:13 am (UTC)
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