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From what we can tell, Marvel will really be heating up things this summer. In an effort to supplement the main narrative to be offered in the crossover event known as Secret Empire, the publisher will release a few one-shots in June – two of which we’ve already learned to be Secret Empire: Uprising and Secret Empire: United – the former of which is set to feature a Black Widow who is rounding up a young generation of heroes to join the fight, with the latter focused on Emma Frost and the X-Men standing their ground against the forces of Hydra.
Now we’ve learned that a third one-shot is set to drop that’s a little crazier than its sister stories. Written by Jeremy Whitley and illustrated by Eric Koda, Secret Empire: Underground will see another strong female take the lead in the form of Bobbi Morse. In short, Mockingbird »
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James Hunt Feb 3, 2017
With two TV shows and many movies on the way, here's our look at the thus-far unused X-Men mutants we'd like to see Fox bring to the screen.
A mild spoiler for X-Men: Apocalypse is contained within.
It’s been 17 years since Fox brought the X-Men to cinema, and despite making nine movies in the universe (with a tenth about to come out) they’ve barely scratched the surface of Marvel’s expansive mutant franchise.
However, with two TV shows in the works and further spin-off movies planned, it seems as though the X-Men franchise might finally give fans the deep cuts they’ve been looking for – and we don’t just mean from Wolverine’s claws. No, more screen time means more roles to fill, and that means Fox might start making use of some of the lesser-used characters available to them.
That’s why we »
James Hunt Jan 20, 2017
Ahead of Logan’s March release we’re being given another trailer to enjoy - one with a lot less Johnny Cash and a lot more indication of what’s actually happening in the film. After training our mutant-enhanced senses onto every frame, here’s what we think is going on…
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The trailer opens in some kind of gas station/convenience store. This sort of puts to rest speculation that the film was going to be set in some kind of post-apocalyptic future akin to the Old Man Logan storyline that allegedly inspired the film. Instead, this looks like a kind of grim-but-passable near-future rather than the burnt-out dystopia favoured by most X-Men incarnations.
On the plus side, that does mean the events of X-Men: Days Of Future Past »
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