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Marvel Releases Details of X-Men/Venom Crossover, Poison X

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Marvel Releases Details of X-Men/Venom Crossover, Poison X

Following the event announce at last weekend’s New York Comic-Con, Marvel Comics has revealed new details about the upcoming Venom and X-Men Blue crossover Poison X.

Poison X will be a six-part crossover event that sees the Poisons — who were first introduced in Venomverse — attack the Marvel Universe. Though the other series involved in the crossover have not yet been announced, the events of Cullen Bunn and Edgar Salzar’s X-Men Blue Annual #1 will kick off Poison X. The issue will also feature cover art from Nick Bradshaw.

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According to the official description of the crossover event,

In the far reaches of space, the Poisons attack the Marvel Universe – but who exactly are these new enemies, and what destruction are they planning to unleash on Earth? This is just the beginning of Poisons diabolical plot to overthrow the Marvel Universe…and it requires an unexpected team-up! This January, the Children of the Atom will join forces with Eddie Brock for a 6-part crossover that begins in X-MEN BLUE ANNUAL #1!

First seen in VENOMVERSE, the Poisons pose a threat that can only be stopped by the X-Men – and Venom. When the X-Men drag Venom into space for help, it turns out that they’re going to need to save the universe from something a little scarier than their own troubles, and Eddie Brock and his faithful Symbiote might be the only thing that can help stop it!

Poison X, which brings X-Men Blue and Venom together, kicks off in January with X-Men Blue Annual #1.

X-MEN BLUE ANNUAL #1
Written by CULLEN BUNN
Art by EDGAR SALZAR
Cover by NICK BRADSHAW

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