Marvel Introduces X-Men ’97 Prequel Comic Series


The X-Men are officially coming back in the form of the Disney+ series X-Men ’97, and ahead of its release, Marvel Comics is releasing a prequel series to lead up to the premiere of the show.

The new comic series, also titled X-Men ’97, is a four-part series that will serve as a companion story to the upcoming television series. The first issue will hit comic book stands on March 27, 2024, with each new issue releasing after.

The books will be written by Steve Foxe (Dead X-Men, Dark X-Men), with art by Salva Espín. The prelude will showcase what the ’90s X-Men cast has been up to in the time prior to their return.

“Startling revelations here lead directly into the hotly anticipated new series—fans won’t want to miss out,” reads the official synopsis for the comic series.

On writing the series, Steve Foxe said, “There’s a very good chance I wouldn’t be writing comics today if not for the impact X-Men: The Animated Series had on me as a kid—heck, the voice actors from the show are still the voices I hear when I read the comics today!”

What do we know about X-Men ’97?

The official synopsis for X-Men ‘97 reads: “Storm and Wolverine try to continue the X-Men. Magneto comes in and wants to step up for Charles Xavier. Sinister comes in to try to end the X-Men once and for all.”

X-Men ’97 will be written by Beau DeMayo, who wrote The Witcher‘s animated spin-off Nightmare of the Wolf for Netflix, and will retain the original theme music from the iconic X-Men animated series of the past.

Alongside new information from the series, DeMayo also confirmed that a second season was already in development, although no new information for that has been revealed or discussed.

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