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“Uncanny X-Men” #510 & #511 Sell Out And Return With New Printings

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Official Press Release

Marvel is pleased to announce that Uncanny X-Men #510 and Uncanny X-Men #511 have sold out at Diamond (though copies may be available at the retail level) and will return with Uncanny X-Men #510 Second Printing Variant and Uncanny X-Men #511 Second Printing Variant! Acclaimed writer Matt Fraction and superstar artist Greg Land amp up the flagship series as they conclude Madelyne Pryor’s assault on the X-Men! What do these bombshell baddies known as the Sisterhood want with the X-Men? And how does their endgame involve the enigmatic mutant known as Jean Grey? Uncanny X-Men #510 Second Printing Variant and Uncanny X-Men #511 Second Printing Variant each feature the art of Land on their covers.

Critics are raving about Uncanny X-Men:

“It’s nice to see Uncanny X-Men once again take center stage as the X-book that matters.”– Timothy Callahan, ComicBookResources.Com

“It’s one of the more cohesive Fraction efforts yet, and the issue flourishes as a result.”- Bryan Joel, IGN.Com

Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on all Uncanny X-Men issues, as the series continues to garner buzz from fans and critics alike. How will the battle between the X-Men and the Sisterhood end?? Find out in Uncanny X-Men #510 Second Printing Variant and Uncanny X-Men #511 Second Printing Variants!

UNCANNY X-MEN #510 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (MAY098042)

Written by MATT FRACTION

Pencils & Cover by GREG LAND

Rated T+ …$2.99

FOC-7/1/09, On-Sale-7/22/09

UNCANNY X-MEN #511 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (MAY098069)

Written by MATT FRACTION

Pencils by GREG LAND & TERRY DODSON

Cover by GREG LAND

Rated T …$2.99

FOC-7/1/09, On-Sale-7/22/09

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