Marvel revives the ‘90s era X-Men for a new series

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What if the X-Men Event house of x happened in the 90s? We’re about to find out in the new Marvel Comics series X-Men ’92: House of XCII.

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Writer Steve Fox and artist Salva Espin are creating their own different version of the Marvel universe in X-Men ’92: House of XCII, taking Jonathan Hickman’s seminal House of X concept and setting it right after Chris Claremont’s ’90s In the X-Men heyday. and Jim Lee’s X Men, at the height of the ‘Blue and Gold’ era.

“Getting the opportunity to pay tribute to such a momentous era in mutant history 30 years later – and remixing the franchise-redefining work currently being done by creators like Jonathan Hickman, Tiny Howard and Gerry Duggan – is the time to remix ‘Dreams’. The definition of gig is, ‘especially with some WILD deviations we’re taking from the source material,’ Fox says in the announcement. “If I die tomorrow, I will be glad … but please revive me on Krakoa as soon as possible.”


If he’s a mutant, he’ll be up for a resurrection — but either way, Fox’s X-Men fandom runs deep — so deep that he speaks affectionately of the X-Men action figure he’s known for in the 90’s. Bought back in the decade – not a popular one like Wolverine or Storm, but Garrison Kane of the Weapon X program. Now SheIs an X-Men fan.

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In X-Men ’92: House of XCII, Professor X, Magneto, and an as-yet-unsolved “mysterious long-lived woman” will establish a mutant nation on the island of Krakoa. Moira McTaggert was third party in the original House of X/Powers of X, but Marvel says this new 1992 series “will not be the story you know.”

Maybe that’s why Marvel isn’t saying there’s a third party Moira here? … But if not him, then who?

Whoever Aspin is, it seems that Aspin is born to captivate the new adventures of ’90s X-Men for X-Men ’92: House of XCII.

“I started collecting comics with the X-Men in the ’90s. The character designs from this era have always been the most engaging and powerful to me,” Espin says. “Those comics and animated series fueled my imagination and pretty soon as a fan I started making illustrations and mini-comics, which I shared with my classmates. These were the first pictures that helped me become a comic artist. With this book, we want to pay tribute to the mighty era that was the ’90s. The moment when superheroes looked better than ever with colorful tight-fitting spandex.”

So fill up your pouches, find your bomber jacket, and start flashbacks to ’90s X-Men from April 6 with X-Men ’92: House of XCII #1 (out of 5).

Keep an eye out for X-Men ’92: House of XCII and all the new Mutants titles coming out with our guide. new x-men comics They are on the way.

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