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Mutatis Mutandis

X-Men: Days of Future Past Reveals Monster Mutant Cast In 24 Magazine Covers

Yesterday, Empire Magazine revealed one new X-Men: Days of Future Past cover every hour. Because, well, there’s a lot of people in the cast and they figured, what the hell? That’s 24 actors, plus one more for the director, but for some reason we have 26 photos in our slideshow. Hmm…



Marvel’s XX Teaser Revealed To Be Relaunched X-Men Title With Female Cast

Last week, Marvel revealed a teaser for a new title from Brian Wood and  Olivier Coipel. We surmised it was going to be a title with X-Men characters, specifically women, because of the double helix and XX logo. We had assumed this was going to be a completely new title and while we were partly right on that we’re happy to say we were also partly wrong. Wood and Coipel’s new title is not a “new” title but the relaunched Marvel Now X-Men series starring Jubilee, Storm, Rogue, Kitty Pryde, Rachel Grey and Psylocke. 


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Is Marvel Giving Us An All-Woman X-Men Book With Marvel Now’s XX?

Marvel recently revealed this teaser image for a new series from Brian Wood and  Olivier Coipel. Nothing more. But considering the double helix image and “XX” we’re led to believe this will be a series based around mutants of the female variety. It may or may not be titled “XX” but we should know more next week. Which mutant women would you like to see sharing the stage?

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Mutant Butterflies Emerge In The Wake Of The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Although the human impact of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster was limited to physical injuries, excessive radiation exposure and the possibility that cancer could rear its ugly head in the future, the meltdown’s toll on the environment has remained a mystery — until now. In an attempt to measure the consequences of the nuclear accident, scientists studied butterflies collected from Fukushima last year, ultimately discovering a series of biological adaptations to increased levels of environmental radiation that does not bode well for local wildlife.