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X-Men fans have a new team to look forward to from Peter Milligan and Mike Allred.
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Giant Sized X-Statix #1 reveals a giant-sized new X-Men series next year

X-Men fans have a new team to look forward to from Peter Milligan and Mike Allred.

Spoilers ahead. You’ve been warned. For more read our review.

Being a huge fan of the X-Statix mutant team from 2002 I couldn’t help but review the one-shot this week. The book has all the same vibes but with a facelift of sorts. That includes new characters mixing in with the old and a new kind of threat.

By the end of the issue, it is revealed writer Peter Milligan and artist Mike Allred will be back at it next year with a new series.

X-Men fans have a new team to look forward to from Peter Milligan and Mike Allred.

If you read Giant Sized X-Statix #1 you’ll find out a new supervillainous team is being put together known as the X-Cellent. Who do you wager stands in their way against the coming culture war? The X-Statix of course!


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I highly recommend you read Giant Sized X-Statix #1 when it hits shelves tomorrow.

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