Marvel's newest comic book teaser art for their big summer event series is appealing directly to 90's Kid Nostalgia. X-Men 92 appears to be a continuation of the popular 90's comic and cartoon series. With a lineup featuring Cyclops, Jean Grey, Wolverine, Jubilee, Gambit, Rogue, Storm and Beast, this version of the X-Men might be their most iconic.
Every day for weeks on end now, Marvel has been teasing the return of classic story lines, but this one definitely has our attention. Now, if they can get that theme song in those pages, too, it'll be a bestseller.
Here's another rumored Superhero show to add to the mix, the X-Men may be coming to television. Apparently, Fox is already dead set on bringing the license to TV, but with no official announcement, there are no details. We know that X-Men: Apocalypse will be focusing on the First Class cast, maybe the show will center itself around the modern day students of Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters.
What do you think? Is this too many superhero shows? Personally, I still can't get over Mutant X.
Peter Maximoff (aka Quicksilver) stole the show in X-Men: Days of Future Past. Now 20th century Fox are trying to maintain his popularity, by giving him his own Instagram to show off all his speedy pranks. It makes no sense since the character was supposed to exist in the 1960's, but what do we know?
"X-Men: Apocalypse" hasn't even begun filming yet, but the viral marketing campaign has already hit the internet. Earlier this week, the Youtube Channel M Underground uploaded this video: a pseudo-conspiracy theory about the Mutant threat.
X-Men: Apocalypse will detail the rise of the franchise's most iconic villain, and will focus on the cast from First Class. Bryan Singer is set to direct with a release date in May, 2016.