Issue #200 will continue Ridley and Cabal’s principle storyline involving T’Challa’s tenuous involvement with the X-Men and bonus stories celebrating the past and hinting at an uncertain future for the Panther, the citizens of Wakanda, and a brand new Wakandan hero.
This week’s picks feature end of a few modern classics as well as some of the best monthly comics currently being produced, so be sure to stock up on plenty for the Halloween season.
Chris Claremont’ reunion with the man that he co-created the new X-Men with, artist Dave Cockrum, is the main attraction in the latest X-Men Epic Collection entitled I, Magneto.
Benjamin Percy has made a name for himself in the world of comics as the writer of everyone’s favorite furry, easily-angered mutant with claws, so writing a novela about werewolves probably wasn’t much of a stretch.
A wide variety of comics are presented to you this week, representing a number of genres, from a classic film noir crime tale and horror comedy, to some of the best superhero work being done by any company.
The comic by Len Wein and Dave Cockrum that changed the face of the industry will be collected in Marvel’s new 9-1/4″ x 13″ Gallery Edition format, allowing readers to experience the issue on a grand scale.