This week’s FCBD X-Males #1 teases the upcoming X of Swords occasion – and suggests Apocalypse will quickly lead an uncanny X-Males staff.
This text accommodates spoilers for FCBD X-Males #1.
Apocalypse is about to steer the strangest X-Men staff of all time. Your entire mutant race has gathered on the dwelling island of Krakoa, and even mutantkind’s worst villains are welcome. Actually, Apocalypse continues to sit upon the Quiet Council, one of many rulers of Krakoa. That is regardless of the very fact he is already orchestrated the mutant conquest of an entire dimension.
Apocalypse’s goal seems to be to proper an historic mistaken, the division of Krakoa and Arakko that led to his sacrificing his First Horsemen. The story is being informed out of sequence, with Excalibur charting the steps Apocalypse took to allow that goal; his success has already been proven in X-Males #2. This seems to steer into the upcoming “X of Swords” occasion, set to launch later this yr.
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This week’s FCBD X-Males #1 is basically a prelude to “X of Swords,” with the Omniversal Majestrex Saturnyne utilizing the magic of Otherworld to disclose hints of the long run. One of the vital intriguing sees Apocalypse main an uncommon group of mutants, and apparently a number of of them should select to sacrifice themselves.
The staff members are:
- Archangel, Apocalypse’s former Horseman Demise. There has at all times been a darkish bond between Apocalypse and Archangel, one cast of fireside and hatred. Powers of X #4 subtly hinted Apocalypse would sacrifice anyone to retrieve his First Horsemen, and it is attainable he is about to betray Warren Worthington as soon as once more.
- Polaris, Magneto’s daughter, who as soon as served as a Horseman as properly.
- Banshee, who was remodeled right into a Horseman of Demise by the Apocalypse Twins, however seems to have been resurrected free of their baleful affect.
- Beast, chief of X-Pressure, and the mutant’s best genius – who has a tendency of making very poor decisions.
- Havok, Cyclops’ brother, whose mind is currently fragmented.
- Rictor, a mutant whose Earth-powers have been amplified by Apocalypse, and who seems to be trusting him way over appears wholesome.
- Trinary, a mutant with the ability to control know-how, an odd alternative for this staff.
- Glob, one of many youthful mutants, who has at all times been unusually common with X-Males writers.
That is simply one of many strangest X-Males groups of all time. Apocalypse is a grasp manipulator, so it is protected to imagine he selected all these members with the best of care. Nevertheless it’s frankly tough to see what half a few of these mutants will play in what promised to be a sword-and-sorcery occasion; Trinary, particularly, is an odd choose. Little doubt solutions will likely be forthcoming in “X of Swords.”
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