The famous mutants of Marvel Comics will be making a transition of creative talent. Charles Soule steps down as head writer of Astonishing X-Men and passes the mantle over to accomplished writer Matthew Rosenberg. The artist to team up with Rosenberg in this transition will be artist Greg Land.
Soule’s arc lasted from issue number one to issue twelve now, Rosenberg and Land will pick up where Soule left off with Astonishing X-Men #13. The comic book is said release this year in stores near and far July 4th 2018.
Rosenberg and Land will create brand new story arcs, obstacles, and fantastic visuals for the newly shaped roster of heroes being Colossus, Warpath, Havok, Beast, and Warpath. This team of X-Men shall bring out amazing powers and abilities more than capable of saving the world.
Rosenberg tells Newsarama what’s in store for his vision involving the newly assembled X-Men.
“In issue #13 myself and Greg Land come in to tell an all new story with an all new team. It’s got a lot of nods to some of my favorite stories in X-Men history but also is going to be pushing things forward and challenging the future.”
Matthew has numerous works under his name being Phoenix Resurrection, New Mutants: Dead Souls, and The Punisher. These specific titles focus on great action and layers of character development. His style of storytelling will come to light as his inner respect and care for this new set of heroes shall be gripping, compelling, and elevated to new potential.
Artist Greg Land has worked on several titles within the comic book community his mark has been left on Mighty Avengers, Ultimate Fantastic Four, and Uncanny X-Men. His range and style focus on depictions of realism, dynamic light sources, and panel movement.
The two creators will make their mark come July 4th 2018. The world’s greatest mutants are back with a new look, focus, and atmosphere taking on the villains of the Marvel Universe. Be the first to fight alongside these heroes as the children of the X-Gene make their way to the forefront of comic books and graphic novels.