COMICS: X-23 Returns As the Future Brotherhood Attacks In Preview of ALL-NEW X-MEN #29

Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen are killing it on the flagship X-title, with the Future Brotherhood of Evil Mutants from Battle of the Atom back to wreak havoc on Jean Grey and Cyclops' mutant faction. Hit the jump to check out a preview of All-New X-Men #29.

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• Past, present and future collide as the Future Brotherhood exacts their final judgment on the All-New X-Men.

• Plus, Angel takes control!

Source: Comic Vine
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bellEND - 7/3/2014, 12:18 AM
Why would Angel ride a motorbike?
jimoakley666 - 7/3/2014, 12:31 AM
What?! Errr... continuity? The Brotherhood of the Future were left with Xavier's GRANDSON (not son) paralysed and using a psychic chair, Deadpool was killed and Xorn / Jean exploded. So what the hell is going on here?
staypuffed - 7/3/2014, 12:37 AM
As explained in the previous issue, if a Brotherhood member dies and at least one of them survives a time-travel mission, they send a message to the day or so before they left warning them of the mission's failure so that they know exactly what's going to happen. Sounds a bit convoluted, I know. Let's use an example.

All-New X-Men #28 shows the Evil Brotherhood planning to attack teenage Jean Grey in our current timeline, but they receive a note from their future selves saying that tomorrow's mission doesn't go according to plan, and that some of them die. So they are warned, and now have all the details on how to be victorious. That's what has happened here.
TelaVizion - 7/3/2014, 12:50 AM
jimoakley666 he's actually Prof. X's son, not grandson like he mentioned before. And Raze keep sending letters to the future so they can keep correcting their mistakes.
RobtimusPrime - 7/3/2014, 1:46 AM
As much as I love the X-Men. I can't stand X-23. She just feels like something straight out of fan-fiction.

Ooh! Look! A Guardians & X-Men crossover?!? What a surprise!! sigh.

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