Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Marvel's "Major X" Sells Out

The first 3 issues of "Deadpool" creator Rob Liefeld's new Marvel miniseries title "Major X", showcasing the son of "X-Men" mutant 'Cable', sold out ahead of a May 1, 2019 release, with each issue going back to the printers for second and third printings:

"In over 30 years of producing comic books, I've never seen anything like this," said Liefeld.

"I've never had three books completely sell out before fans get a chance to experience them! The fan reaction to 'Major X' has been nothing short of the most overwhelming experience in my career. They inundate me with their enjoyment and enthusiasm of the book and the new characters. I am humbled and inspired by this reception. I promise you, with three issues left, the best is yet to come."

"...'Major X' comes from the 'X-istence', a universe that runs parallel to ours. He ends up having to leave his home to save a world overrun by a mysterious enemy. But he ends up 'overshooting' and is thrown into our universe and timeline, during the 1990's...

"...putting him into conflict with Marvel's 'Cable', 'Domino', 'Cannonball', 'Wolverine' and 'Deadpool', as well as new character 'Dreadpool'. After defeating Dreadpool, Major X reveals himself as 'Alexander Nathaniel Summers', the son of Cable..."

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