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Coming to us from Marvel Comics on March 7 is AGE OF APOCALYPSE #1.  We’ve got a special sneak peak of the comic here on Talking Comics and we want to share it with you.  So check out a few words from Senior Editor Nick Lowe below, as well as a synopsis and check out the team behind the comics and the preview itself.  And as always… remember to leave us your thoughts below in the comments section.

“This new Age of Apocalypse book does the impossible – it revolutionizes an old concept without a reboot,” explains Senior Editor Nick Lowe. “If you’ve been reading Uncanny X-Force, you know where this is coming from and you’re already in. If you’re an Age of Apocalypse junkie, this builds on the alternate universe’s mythology is fascinating and troubling ways. And if you aren’t either and just want a ground-breaking, easy-entry book that will challenge everything you know about the X-Men, there hasn’t been a better jumping on point.”

The synopsis for AGE OF APOCALYPSE #1 is this: “Spinning out of the critically acclaimed Uncanny X-Force, the Amazing X-Men and the human resistance must fight tooth and nail to end the tyranny that has left their world ravaged! Continuing Apocalypse’s war on humanity, Weapon X leads the genocide that rains down upon this dimension, eliminating any who stand in his way.”

AGE OF APOCALYPSE #1
Written by DAVE LAPHAM
Penciled by ROBERTO DE LA TORRE
Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS

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