A significant chapter in the history of Marvel's X-Men comes to a close with the release of Uncanny X-Men #600 Wednesday. The issue marks the end of writer Brian Michael Bedis's epic saga which features young versions of the original five X-Men (Iceman, Cyclops, Beast, Angel, and Jean Grey) displaced in time and fighting the never-ending battle in present day. In an interesting twist on the history of Marvel's mutants, young Iceman (a.k.a. Bobby Drake) came out as gay in April's All-New X-Men #40, raising questions about his older self who presents as heterosexual in the "current" timeline.
In the three-page exclusive preview of Uncanny X-Men #600 below, young Drake confronts his older self about his sexuality, and the truth behind which way the original Iceman swings is finally revealed.
A new era for the X-Men kicks off here and takes flight in the pages of Extraordinary X-Men #1, also available Wednesday.
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