COMICS: Avengers vs. X-Men 'Bendis On Professor X'
By now, I'm sure you're well aware of what occurs between Cyclops and Professor X in the latest issue of AvsX. Hear from the man who wrote the issue plus a look at how the issue came together.
At this point, I've continued following AvsX out of shear stubbornness and a hope to see a conclusion that can at least somewhat salvage what's been largely one predictable cliche after another. Spinning out of AvsX #11, there's our first casualty that's received quite a bit of coverage in the last week. Below you can here from the writer himself about Professor Xavier and what's going down in issue 11.
Bendis-"I'm a big fan of Xavier...I fought for him to be part of the story. He's the guy that should show up and slap him across the face...."
Marvel Editor Tom Breevort - " Ultimately it may be a little too late [for Professor X to stop Cyclops]...it's a do or die situation."
Bendis - "Cyclops will kill Xavier, like [in] Blade Runner....the X-Men are going to come out of this event without Xavier."
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Avengers Vs. X-Men or AvX is a limited series comic book crossover to be published by Marvel Comics beginning in April 2012, that involves the rebirth of the Phoenix Force, the subsequent war between the Avengers (consisting of the main team, the New Avengers, and the Secret Avengers) and the X-Men, and the emergence of a future Age of Ultron, as foreshadowed in Marvel Point One. It will be a 12-issue limited series following Avengers: X-Sanction and X-Men Regenesis story lines.
The event is preceded by Avengers Vs. X-Men #0, which will be published in March 2012. According to Marvel, Avengers Vs. X-Men is the end result of all the threads from the Fear Itself, X-Men: Schism and Avengers: The Children's Crusade stories coming together.
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