Ch-Ch-Changes – Nick Bradshaw Off Final Wolverine & The X-Men (UPDATE)

Another look at the changing solicitations between announcement and publication. Those that publishers have chosen to tell retailers in advance, anyway. And that retailers have told Bleeding Cool about.

You can see a few Inhumanity changes here.

Fantastic Four #16 will now be drawn by Joe Quinones instead of Raffaele Ienco.

UPDATE: Raffaele Ienco writes to state that he is drawing the first twenty pages of the comic. It's possibly that Marvel/Diamond may have jumped the gun on this one when telling retailers.

Indestructible Hulk #19 was solicited with the artist TBA. Well, now it has been A, it's Jheremy Raapack.

Wolverine And The X-Men #42 is now a 40 page comic instead of a 32 page comic and artist Nick Bradshaw is no longer on it, it will be drawn by Pepe Larraz, solo.

tumblr_mta2eqOilF1rojbapo1_1280Iron Man #20.INH is not part of the Iron Metropolis storyline… but the Inhumanity storyline. Iron Man #20 is a different comic to Iron Man #20.INH. Think of the poor collectors.

Some sites reported New Avengers #15 as being written by Rick Remender, but that's not the case, it's still Jonathan Hickman. Some also suggested that Winter Soldier: Bitter March was an ongoing series, it's not, it's a five issue mini-series.

And Black Dynamite will now have Ron Wimberly instead of Jamal Igle as artist, and Marcelo Ferreira instead of Dave Wilkins as cover artist.


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