X-Men: Regenesis Confirms “Uncanny” Isn’t Really Cancelled

Last week, Marvel surprised everyone by cancelling Uncanny X-Men, which has been running pretty much consistently since the 60s. It was a big, surprising change that implied just how big the post-Schism X-Men would be.

Sorry guys. It’s not really happening.

Today Marvel announced the post-Schism X titles: Wolverine & The X-Men #1, which follows a Wolverine led team of X-Men which looks to include Colossus, Rogue, White Queen, and Kitty Pryde, as well as the Cyclops led X-team which appears to include Iceman, Storm, Psylocke, Gambite, X-23, and Magneto in…wait for it…Uncanny X-Men #1.

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No indication is given if the pictured teams are accurate. It is worth noting that not only is Professor Xavier shown with both teams, but he’s once again in his wheelchair. ¬†After being re-paralyzed the third or fourth time, you’d think he would just get used to it.

Uncanny X-Men keeps Kieron Gillen on as writer, with Greg Land and Carlos Pacheco rotating the art chores. Wolverine & The X-Men features long time Punisher and current Wolverine scribe Jason Aaron, with Chris Bachelo on art chores. We’ll update more as it becomes available.

 

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One comment

  1. After reading up on this I am less angry than I was before… but it’s still not cool!

    I can see why they would do this and as an X-men fan I will no doubt buy both of them but why bother announcing the cancellation of Uncanny a week before telling us what is actually going on. Why not just wait the week and say “Post schism there will be two X-men teams. You can read their stories in…”

    I’m more annoyed about the way Marvel has gone about this than what they are doing with the X-men

    Bad form Marvel… Bad form!

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