Preview: 'X-Men Unlimited #37'

Wed, July 24th, 2002 at 12:00am PDT

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Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer/Publisher

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Official Press Release

Hey, True Believer!

It's a fact: because the X-Men are such strong characters, they can be

interpreted in many ways and still rock. In fact, over the years, some of

the mutants' most memorable moments have come as a result of these multiple

visions. Another cool thing about the Children of the Atom is that they

appeal to a huge amount of people, including some this industry's most

uniquely talented creators.

Those two ingredients collide in just one week when X-MEN UNLIMITED #37 hits

the stands. This 48-page issue, written entirely by INCREDIBLE HULK cover

artist Kaare Andrews, introduces a young boy who possesses unimaginable

power who has unfortunately fallen under the thrall of a religious zealot

who seeks to eradicate the "stain" of mutantkind from our world -- and from

every other reality! Together, the two open a gateway that thrusts countless

versions of the X-Men from across multiple dimensions against one another in

all-out war! It's Wolverine vs. Wolverine vs.... well, you get the picture.

Can Professor X and Kitty Pryde save themselves and this boy -- and what are

they willing to sacrifice to do so?

And in keeping with the issue's theme of alternate visions, associate editor

C.B. Cebulski has drafted a number of fresh faces to bring this fractured

fable to life!

First up is the cover and an interior double-page by Kaare himself:

[X-Men Unlimited]

Next is a touching scene by Hero Bear & The Kid's Mike Kunkel:

[Page 7]

Finally, here's an absolutely gorgeous page by former CrossGener Josh Middleton:

[Page 9]

From crazy characters to awesome art, it's all yours when X-MEN UNLIMITED

#37 storms your way on July 31st!

Your Man @ Marvel,

Bill Rosemann


Marketing Communications Manager


Marvel Comics

 
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