Jonathan Hickman X-Men Omnibus Increases In Size, Adds X Of Swords

When Bleeding Cool first reported the existence of the X-Men By Jonathan Hickman Omnibus to be published on December the 21st, this year, we noticed a little something missing from the solicitations, which included X-Men (2019) 1-11, 16-21; Giant-Size X-Men: Jean Grey And Emma Frost (2020) 1; Giant-Size X-Men: Nightcrawler (2020) 1; Giant-Size X-Men: Magneto (2020) 1; Giant-Size X-Men: Fantomex (2020) 1; Giant-Size X-Men: Storm (2020) 1; material from Incoming (2019) 1. I noted that the X Of Swords event issues weren't included and wondered if there might be an X Of Swords Omnibus at some point to cover that. Well, maybe, but not any time soon. Because the page count has just been pumped up from 656 pages to 704 pages and for the content to be amended to read  X-Men (2019) 1-21, Giant-Size X-Men: Jean Grey And Emma Frost (2020) 1, Giant-Size X-Men: Nightcrawler (2020) 1, Giant-Size X-Men: Magneto (2020) 1, Giant-Size X-Men: Fantomex (2020) 1, Giant-Size X-Men: Storm (2020) 1. No price change though, which is nice. And now out for December the 7th as well, easier to get it to loved ones in time for Christmas.

Jonathan Hickman X-Men Omnibus Increases In Size, Adds X Of Swords
Jonathan Hickman X-Men Omnibus Increases In Size, Adds X Of Swords

X-Men By Jonathan Hickman Omnibus Hardcover – December 7, 2021 by Jonathan Hickman, Leinil Francis Yu

Jonathan Hickman ushered in a new era for all of mutantkind with HOUSE OF X and POWERS OF X — now, he and an array of superstar artists redefine the X-MEN! With the newly-founded island nation of Krakoa opening up limitless possibilities and empowering mutantkind at last, humans grapple uncomfortably with the new world order — and the X-Men must defend what they have built! As the X-Men create a new mutant culture and face threats like Hordeculture, Nimrod and the Vault, cosmic chaos descends in the form of the Brood, Starjammers and Shi'ar Imperial Guard! And can Storm beat a deadly threat from within before the clock runs out? Jonathan Hickman brings the X-Men to the world stage!

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