Austen's Debut On X-Men Online
face it. Joe Casey had a somewhat uneven time on Uncanny
X-Men, at least as far as the fans were concerned. It's
hard enough working on the book, but to be in the shadow of
what Grant Morrison has been doing seems a little unfair.
Marvel has put Chuck Austen (The Call of Duty: The Brotherhood,
War Machine and artist on Elektra) on the book
as writer, with art by Ron Garney. You may remember Garney's
well-received run on Captain America with Mark Waid.
The combination bodes well for Uncanny X-Men, and to
prove it, Marvel has put the team's first issue, #410, on-line
as part of their dotComics feature. If you didn't pick it
up last week, check it out for free.
right, absolutely free. And absolutely on-line. Marvel's Bill
Rosemann describes it as "…a both perfect entrance for those
uninitiated with the wild world of Marvel's mutants as well
as a shocking read for veteran fans."
to the test by going here.
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