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Marvel Reveals 12 Covers For UNCANNY X-MEN #600

Back in May, Marvel Comics delayed Uncanny X-Men #600 until October, and the anniversary issue was recently pushed back again to November. But now Uncanny X-Men #600 is only a few weeks away, and Marvel is rolling out the impressive lineup of covers for the issue!

Chris Bachalo is doing the main cover for Uncanny X-Men #600, which features the team in their Marvel NOW!-era costumes. The 11 variant covers feature 9 superstar comic book artists who each revisited a specific point in X-Men history.

Rick Leonardi’s cover tackled the original five X-Men in their first costumes, while Adam Hughes and Ed McGuinness took their cues from Dave Cockrum’s X-Men in the ‘70s, with the members who joined the team in Giant Size X-Men # 1 sharing the spotlight with Cyclops and Phoenix. Art Adams’ cover appears to take place shortly after the “Death of Phoenix” storyline, as Kitty Pryde is present in her original costume.

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Comic veteran Paul Smith revisits his own X-Men run with a cover featuring Callisto and the Morlocks, while Olivier Coipel features the X-Men team during their late ‘80s stay in the Australian outback. Leinil Yu brings the early ‘90s X-Men back in his cover, while Kris Anka jumps ahead to Joss Whedon and John Cassaday’s Astonishing X-Men run from 2004.

John Tyler Christopher also contributes three covers for Uncanny X-Men #600 which depict Teen Jean Grey, Teen Iceman and White Queen as action figures from the ‘90s X-Men Toy Biz line. You can see all of these covers in our gallery below!

Uncanny X-Men #600 will finally be released on Wednesday, November 4 as Bendis closes out his X-Men run with 38 pages of story by artists Chris Bachalo, Stuart Immonen, Sara Pichelli, Kris, Anka, Davis Marquez, Frazer Irving, and Mahmud Asrar.

Marvel fans, which of these X-Men covers did you like the most? Activate your mutant powers and leave a comment below!

Image Credits: Marvel Comics

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