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May 26 2005

Check out the cover for Giant-Sized X-Men #3. This special issue will feature "an original, eight-page tale of the 'All-New, All-Different X-Men,' as told by Joss Whedon"

"In celebration of the 30th anniversary of 1975's Giant-Size X-Men #1 & #2 comes this colossal, 80-page, full-color collection of the X-Men's greatest team-ups... plus an original, eight-page tale of the 'All-New, All-Different X-Men,' as told by Joss Whedon and Neal Adams. Also included in this issue are 1964's Fantastic Four #28 (X-Men and Fantastic Four), 1964's X-Men #9 (X-Men and Avengers), and 1967's X-Men #35 (X-Men and Spider-Man)."

Cockrum illustrated the foreground figures on the cover, with Cassaday illustrating the background figures and inking both sections.

hehe, looks fantastic. i'm very curious as to Joss' take on Storm.
Wow - I don't know much about comics. I am new to the comic world and only recently bought Gifted however; I can really see the difference in styles and prefer Cassadays work. I am really impressed by his illustrations.
hehe, looks fantastic. i'm very curious as to Joss' take on Storm.

Are you sure Joss has written Storm? Looking at the picture, the Astonishing team looks to still be the same - Storm is part of the foreground image.
Quote: Are you sure Joss has written Storm? Looking at the picture, the Astonishing team looks to still be the same - Storm is part of the foreground image.

the people in the foreground are the focus of this 8-pages story. a few preview pages have been released a while ago.
I see. Surely you're not going to get much of a 'take' in 8 pages though...
Cyclops looks like an ape.
Cyclops looks like an ape.


Nah, but Beast does :P

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