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    Default Guggenheim Crosses "X-Men" Off His Bucket List in Space-Faring Arc

    "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim is back at Marvel, fulfilling his "ultimate aspiration" by writing a cosmic "X-Men" story.


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    This is a good series and I'm looking forward to this story. But the series hasn't been the same since Kitty Pryde and Rogue left the title. They're my two favourite X-Women so I'm disappointed that they're not in it anymore.
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    I bet Guggs does a great job with this space arc.

    I'm very curious to see how he handles Rachel.
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    Only four issues. Good and interesting news. I wonder who'll be taking over after. I'm hoping this doesn't turn into the next Astonishing X-Men, though. Rotating creative teams tend to not hold readers.
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    Is Brian Wood leaving X-men???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kieran_Frost View Post
    Is Brian Wood leaving X-men???
    Yes, he is leaving.

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    Only four issues? Time for KIMMO to take center stage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycwave View Post
    Only four issues? Time for KIMMO to take center stage!
    YEZ!!

    Just add Kimmo + Pichelli + Pixie plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycwave View Post
    Only four issues? Time for KIMMO to take center stage!
    I'm not a huge KIMMO fan BUT I think that's probably a good idea.

    I would love to see Gillien come back but other than him I can't really think of anyone else to take up the reigns
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anduinel View Post
    Only four issues. Good and interesting news. I wonder who'll be taking over after. I'm hoping this doesn't turn into the next Astonishing X-Men, though. Rotating creative teams tend to not hold readers.
    Yeah, I agree. They need to find a writer willing to develop a long-term plan for the book, not just 3-4 issue arcs. I thought Wood was that writer but alas.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Big G View Post
    I would love to see Gillien come back but other than him I can't really think of anyone else to take up the reigns
    I can think of a few writers I'd like to see. I'd really like to see what Colleen Coover could do with this title, to be honest.
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    what is KIMMO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcesX1X View Post
    what is KIMMO?
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    Pathetic. Mike Marts comes in, bounces Jason Aaron from his book, and now Wood is gone, and replaced by this nice young man, who once said his ambition was to bring John Byrne back to Marvel. THEN, Marts does an interview saying he didn't know Brian Bendis and wouldn't have done All New X-Men if it had been his choice.

    The X-Men books are in trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anduinel View Post
    Only four issues. Good and interesting news. I wonder who'll be taking over after. I'm hoping this doesn't turn into the next Astonishing X-Men, though. Rotating creative teams tend to not hold readers.
    Yeah, that's what worries me too. They might as well relaunch it after Guggenheim leaves.

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