Marvel and the X-Men Go Back to 1992March 16, 2015
Everyone’s favorite version of the X-Men are back! That’s right, this June, the most radical team of mutants ever assembled make their triumphant return to the world of comics in X-Men ’92 #1! Debuting as a Marvel Infinite Comic series in May, X-Men ’92 is optimized specifically for mobile devices, pushing the boundaries of comic storytelling to new heights.
Co-writer Chad Bowers excitedly spoke about the announcement.
“Toys. TV. Arcade games. Trading Cards. The X-Men were everywhere that year. Kids who didn’t even care that comics existed were suddenly into the X-Men, and asking me questions about Gambit at recess. That was nuts and it blew my preadolescent mind, but it was also completely awesome! It’s a period that really resonated with and inspired countless fans, and X-Men ’92 is going to remind you why you were totally obsessed with it!”
Marvel newcomers Chris Sims and Chad Bowers join artist Scott Koblish (Deadpool) to take you back to the days of big guns, big pouches, and big action! Baron Kelly, ruler of the Westchester domain has called upon the Clear Mountain Project and it’s mysterious new director to deal with the mutant menace – by any means necessary. Can the X-Men put a stop to the threat of “mutant rehabilitation”? And just what are “Free Range Sentinels”? Find out in X-Men ’92 this May with the Marvel Comics App, or pick up the print issue of the comic available in June.