I'm thinking this is where a major reboot occurs when a character, Beast, selfishly tries to change the future, and we get a paradox that will create an alternate time line with characters that resemble the current characters, but really aren't. Then there will be a massive war fought and when the one selfish character, Beast tries to change the future back to the way it was, a cosmic force will merge many parallell universe together and we will see a NuMarvel with all new #1's again. Just like Barry Allen's Flash selfishly tried to change the future and gave us the partially Nu52, as Batman, Green Lantern, and Aquaman didn't change one bit, but th erest just wait for those bran NU Spider-man tales, and the return of the real X-Men, and the Avengers.
It's been three months and we're already changing the "status quo?" Nothing was even established and Uncanny X-Men hasn't even come out yet. It's like Marvel is a kid with ADHD and can't be stuck with one "status quo" more than three months without getting bored and imploding the whole universe because it decided that always alleviates the boredom.
Her oral cavity is OMEGA LEVEL. -Chase_Stein
Whenever I see AiC, I always think of Alice in Chains.
I would love to finally read something more about X-Men's 50th anniversary.
Say No to decompressed storytelling!
What, Hank Pym is going to die? he's one of my favorite. Is it just a rumor, or any clue about this?!
Writers: Hickman, Lemire, Snyder, Ennis
Artists: Immonen, Bachalo, Reis, Williams III, Coipel