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Well X-Fans, it looks like the young Ms. Grey will be sticking around for a while in the present time, her future— well her afterlife future, because she died several years ago. Anyway, it looks like although accepted by her fellow X-Men, the rest of the universe are on the fence about the young X-Man’s presence in the world again, and unlike our heroes of earth these aliens are looking for a permanent solution to the Jean Grey/Phoenix Force problem. Enter the Trial of Jean Grey.Here’s what X-Officials told CBR:
Bendis’ “Trial” and “Judgement” teasers were up next — and Lowe revealed “The Trial of Jean Grey,” which sees “All-New X-Men” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” will cross over. Lowe confirmed the All-New X-Men will still be around following “Battle of the Atom.” The arc will be six parts and three issues each in both “All-New X-Men” and “Guardians of the Galaxy.” “In ‘AvX,’ the Phoenix was a big part of it. When the universe learns there’s a Jean Grey, they come to Earth, they take Jean Grey by force back to Shandalar and she goes on trial,” said Lowe. “The Guardians of the Galaxy doesn’t like people getting too close to Earth. They take it upon themselves to [team-up] with the All-New X-Men to get Jean Grey.” There are also some secret characters that Lowe isn’t ready to reveal, but the All-New X-Men have connections in space. Stuart Immonen and Sara Pichelli will draw the crossover.
Welp, after what’s already taken place in the pages of Battle of the Atom, I can’t say that I’m all that enthusiastic about Jean Grey sticking around in the present Marvel U., at least in this manner. Now if Marvel wants to bring the “real” Jean Grey back, and I mean “real” as in the White Phoenix of the Crown, then I’m all for it. But, I’ll leave that to wishful thinking.@1 month ago with 1 note
Who’s getting excited about the X-Men: Battle of the Atom crossover event coming this fall? I know I am. With all thats going on in Uncanny X-Men and All New X-Men alone, I know things are going to hit the proverbial fan.
First you have Mystique running everywhere— from posing as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. to teaching at the New Hellfire Academy to almost taking over the world in the pages of Astonishing X-Men. Then you have Jean Grey in the present, never mind the other four. Let’s not forget that the Avengers are watching the X-Men’s every move, and what’s Magneto really up to? I hope this crossover is as good as Second Coming or Messiah Complex, now that I think about, I can’t recall reading any X-Men crossover story that wasn’t excellent. But still my absolute favorite probably would have to be Messiah Complex, that story called all mutants to the front. Brilliant stuff. And just think, Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Aaron, and Brian Wood are collaborating. The only thing that worries me about these types of events, is that in order to gain shock value, death and resurrection are always on deck. Don’t get me wrong, I like the dramatic cliff hanger at the end of an issue that usually involves someone crawling back into existence or dying in the hands of Scott Summers as much as the next guy, but what I really would like to see is a happy ending/beginning of a new era of X-Men, even if the “happy” last but for a moment. What do you say, am I alone on this?@3 months ago with 2 notes