Comic Crypt: The X-Men Must End The Curse Of The Man-Thing!

Marvel’s MAN-THING saga ends with X-MEN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING #1. This is all to celebrate Man-Thing’s 50th anniversary with Marvel Comics. Look for the final issue to debut in May. Read on for more details on the glorious end to the epic saga.

From The Press Release

New York, NY— February 8, 2021 — This year, Marvel celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of its most unique creations with critically-acclaimed writer Steve Orlando’s three-part CURSE OF THE MAN-THING epic. Kicking off next month with AVENGERS: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING and continuing in April’s SPIDER-MAN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING, the Marvel Universe-spanning saga will reach its climatic conclusion in May with X-MEN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING. Throughout the series Orlando will be joined by incredible artists including Francesco Mobili and Marco Failla, and will be teaming up with Andrea Broccardo (Empyre: X-MenStar Wars: Doctor Aphra) for the unforgettable finale.

Man-Thing’s tragic curse has finally been revealed… but it’s under new management! Years ago, Doctor Ted Sallis was ready to give up anything to crack the SO-2 serum and deliver success to his growing family. Unbeknownst to the rest of the world…he did. Today, as cities spanning from the U.S. to Krakoa are besieged  by fear-driven blazes, the Man-Thing must reckon with his past deeds if he hopes to emerge renewed and rescue a world on fire. But fighting from his lowest means that Man-Thing can rise to his highest, especially with the unexpected help of the X-Men’s resident sorceress Magik and her debuting team of monstrous mutants known as THE DARK RIDERS! Magik will lead one of the most eclectic group of mutants ever assembled, a fearsome mix of fan-favorites and obscure delights: Marrow, Forearm, Shark-Girl, Wolf Cub, and Mammomax!

“It all comes together with X-MEN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING, and I can’t wait for you all to see it! Andrea Broccardo’s work bringing to life not just Man-Thing and his new nemesis Harrower, but Krakoa’s iconic Magik and her team of Dark Riders has been nothing short of sensational,” Orlando said. “Regrown from nearly nothing, Man-Thing has returned to celebrate his 50th anniversary with a focus and intensity like we’ve never seen. Maybe he can stop the world from burning, but the real final showdown will be between him and the supernatural zealot that hijacked his powers: Harrower. Luckily, he’ll have help in the form of Magik, intent on repaying a debt the Marvel Universe never knew was owed until now. Monster Mutant Mayhem as Man-Thing’s 50th reaches its climax!”

Since his creation by Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, and Gray Morrow in 1971’s SAVAGE TALES #1, the misunderstood swamp monster has taught readers the true meaning of fear in thought-provoking tales by legendary creators such as Steve Gerber and R.L. Stine. Now it’s the X-Men’s turn to burn at the Man-Thing’s touch! See below for a full roundup of the one-shots that will contain this thrilling tale and don’t miss X-MEN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING #1 when it hits stands in May. For more information, visit Marvel.com.

AVENGERS: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING #1 (JAN210641)
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by FRANCESCO MOBILI
Cover by DANIEL ACUÑA
On Sale 3/31/21

SPIDER-MAN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING #1 (FEB210573)
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by MARCO FAILLA
Cover by DANIEL ACUÑA

On Sale 4/28/21

X-MEN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING #1
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by ANDREA BROCCARDO
Cover by DANIEL ACUÑA
On sale 5/5/21

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