Let me see, we kind of left off last week’s parade of Marvel event teasers, as it was beginning to get a little same-old, same-old, but here’s one that  got hearts pounding on a Monday morning,  a call back to the 1992 animated show that—along with Batman: The Animated Seris—helped start the whole  of the comics industry. Or as Comicbook.com wrote:

Marvel has released their latest teaser image exclusively to Comicbook.com, offering the possible return of the early 90’s-era X-Men team. Anchored by Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Jubilee, Beast, Jean Grey, and lots (and lots) of pouches, the X-Men of the early 90s were one of the franchise’s most prevalent in pop culture. X-Men #1, published in 1991, still holds the world record for the highest-selling comic with almost four million copies sold, and X-Men the animated series, which ran from 1992 to 1997, still remains a fan-favorite take on the characters.

I’m sure you can hear the theme music now¯ esp. that”Whoop whoop whoop” at the end.


Last week MArvel released several other past event teasers, calling back to One More Day, Age of Apocalypse, Future IMperfect and even AvX, which is barely dry in our minds eye.

As you may recall, all of this is believed to be a teaser for next summer’s Secret Wars event which will bring back various Marvel universes to battle one another, just as DC’s newly announced Convergence event is expected to present THEIR multiverses in the arena.

Secret Wars vs Convergence — which side are YOU on?


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  1. Individuals who are concerned about Logan’s status in the Marvel U can sleep easier. Based on many of the teasers released he will be part of the summer event.

  2. Say what you want…I loved the X-Men teams from the 90’s, the Blue/Gold teams. Marvel should take it back to the core teams from that era, adding Nightcrawler to make it just right.

  3. That X-men one might be more of a reference to the cartoon, which premiered in 1992, because that was the line-up of the cartoon rather than the expanded membership that was in the comic.

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