Today Marvel launched the second major team book in its new wave of mutant comic series. Titled X-Men Blue, it follows the escapades of the young, time-displaced original X-Men: Cyclops, Angel, Iceman, Beast and Jean Grey. But today's first issue confirmed two big status quo changes for the young team too.
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Secret Empire -- which will see Steve Rogers' recent double life as an agent of Hydra revealed to the wider Marvel Comics world -- is the company's next big comic event, and thus, it's already touting range after range of variant covers to go with the series. But one in particular is causing a lot of anger: Because it links Magneto to an organisation he's long detested.
Video: After firing almost everyone from the X-Men, Pete Holmes aka. Professor X finally sits down with his arch nemesis Magneto in his office for a little talk. This video is the exact opposite of all those bromance videos we've seen recently with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen, the original Charles Xavier and Magneto movie characters.