Spoilers: Did X-Men Legends #1 Just Correct a Story 30 Years Later?

Back in 1993 in X-Force Annual #2, Marvel introduced the most 1990’s character ever, X-Treme, aka Adam X, aka, Adam Neramani. There were rumors that he was supposed to be related to the first family of Mutants. Sadly that story never materialized. However, in X-Men Legends #1, out this week, they may have just righted that wrong.

Spoilers follow. Just click the pages to scroll through them. You’ve been warned, once seen you can’t unsee. So if you don’t like spoilers, stop now!

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8 thoughts on “Spoilers: Did X-Men Legends #1 Just Correct a Story 30 Years Later?”

  1. When Fabian Nicieza comes out with a sequel story to this it will not only reveal that Gambit is the real third Summers brother but that when Christopher and Katherine Anne Summers were kidnapped by the Shiar Empire all those years ago Katherine was carrying fraternal twins which turned out to be Adam and Gabriel.

    1. Man. Back in the day we had that argument around the comic shop. Who would be the third brother. Gambit and Adam-x were always the ones. I always felt it was Adam.

      1. I was going through my old xforce tonight and saw those card ones… going to go check and see if that was annual 2 or 3 with the card

  2. I was at that Alice In Chains show in Seattle with Screaming Trees in November 1993 and this dude looked nothing like anyone in the building.

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