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Title: The death of [?] spoiled by Marvel to set-up The Trial of Magneto
Post by: Gay Titan on July 01, 2021, 07:32:37 PM
copied from Newsarama.com

X-Factor #10 reveals the victim in The Trial of Magneto, and it's quite a doozy

Update: 16 hours after X-Factor #10 hit stands, Marvel Comics has revealed the surprise ending to the issue: the Scarlet Witch has been murdered.

While Newsarama generally holds back on spoilers, Marvel has gone all out in revealing the finale of this week's X-Factor #10, which itself is the final issue of the series. The publisher has done so in promotion of a follow-up limited series, X-Men: The Trial of Magneto, which goes into the details and prosecution of Magneto as the suspected murder.

X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #1 variant cover

(https://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/fprcN78f4FM4J9MLrSNwN9-970-80.jpg)

Along with this spoiler by Marvel Comics, they have revealed a variant cover to X-Men: Trial of Magneto #1 by Mark Brooks. The image is a homage to the classic Renaissance sculpture The Pieta by Michaelangelo. This sculpture has been homaged numerous times in comics, with everything from 1982's The Death of Captain Marvel #1, 1987's Captain Atom #8, 1990's Captain Atom #44, 1993's Harbinger #14, 2002's Deadpool: Funeral for a Freak #3, 2006's Hellblazer #217, 2009's Gen13 #29, and 2016's Civil War II #8.


Title: Re: The death of [?] spoiled by Marvel to set-up The Trial of Magneto
Post by: Jeff on August 17, 2021, 01:14:27 PM
Kind of rotten of Marvel to spoil this.  But in the current X-World death doesn’t mean anything.


Title: Re: The death of [?] spoiled by Marvel to set-up The Trial of Magneto
Post by: Perry on August 17, 2021, 03:51:10 PM
Well, damn it ... hoping you wouldn't see anything until you read the issue