Frazer Irving Brings 'Revolution' to 'Uncanny X-Men'
New Artist Taking Over in April
Published: 01/11/2013, Last Updated: 01/14/2013 03:16am
The latest teaser from Marvel Comics announces the arrival of artist Frazer Irving, who will take over the art chores on the Marvel NOW! re-launched Uncanny X-Men starting with issue #5 in April. The teaser includes a one-word description, "Revolution," which promise plenty of intrigue and action while certainly fitting in thematically with what’s been happening in the Bendis-penned X-books lately.
Irving is perhaps best known for his work at DC Comics (Batman and Robin), but he has worked at Marvel before (Iron Man: The Inevitable). This will be Irving’s first stint with Bendis.
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