First Look: X-Tinction Agenda #1 (Secret Wars)

Targeted For Termination in the WARZONES! Your First Look at
X-TINCTION AGENDA #1!

X-Tinction Agenda #1

 

Here’s your first look at four unlettered pages from X-Tinction Agenda #1, a Secret Wars series by writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico, on sale June 3rd, 2015 from Marvel Comics.

 

Press Release

This June, the fight continues against the corrupt, Mutant-exploiting government as a classic X-Men crossover is reborn on Battleworld in X-TINCTION AGENDA #1!

Writer Marc Guggenheim (Arrow Executive Producer) and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico (All-New X-Factor) return to the shores of Genosha for a can’t miss Secret Wars tale!

It has been ten years since the fall of Cameron Hodge and his fascist regime. Ten years that Havok and Wolfsbane have toiled and labored to rebuild Genosha into the proud Mutant haven it once was. But a decade removed from Hodge and his iron-fisted rule, their work may be undone in an instant. A plague ravages across the nation, infecting mutants and threating them with extinction! With Genosha quarantined and all but abandoned by the rulers of Battleworld — as well as their former teammates, the X-Men – old friends may become bitter enemies in the fight for survival! Havok and Wolfsbane will stop at nothing to save those Mutants trapped on Genosha – but have they doomed Battleworld in the process? What would you do to protect your people?

Find out as mutant battles mutant this June in X-TINCTION AGENDA #1!

 

X-TINCTION AGENDA #1 (APR150819)

Written by MARC GUGGENHEIM
Art by CARMINE DI GIANDOMENICO
Cover by DAVID NAKAYAMA
Variant Cover by MIKE DEODATO (APR150820)
Wanted Variant by MARK BROOKS (APR150821)

FOC – 05/11/15, On-Sale – 06/03/15

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