X-23: Deadly Regenesis Takes Readers to the Earliest and Deadliest Days of X-23
Marvel Comics has released more details on X-23: Deadly Regenesis. The limited series looks to take readers back to the deadliest days of Laura Kinney. Before she became Wolverine and mutantkind’s greatest heroes, she was one of the deadliest assassins in the Marvel Universe. X-23, the Logan clone tries to put that life behind her but it proves to not be that easy as she takes on enemies both old and new. The limited series is written by Erica Schultz with art by Edgar Salazar.
Marvel‘s description of Deadly Regenesis reads:
“Laura Kinney, A.K.A. X-23, was cloned from Logan and trained by the Facility to be a deadly assassin. Even as she tries to put that life behind her, forces will try to drag her back — and she’ll fight them tooth and claw! Beset by new enemies – as well as old favorites – this series follows X-23 during her days as a member of the X-Men and X-Force when she walked away from the island of Utopia to find where she truly belongs. Don’t miss this all-new story in the fan-favorite saga of Laura Kinney!”
“I’ve been a fan of X-23 from her first appearance in X-Men: Evolution twenty years ago. The fact that I get to play in the X-Men sandbox is its own reward, but having the opportunity to explore a character as complex and nuanced as Laura is a dream,” Schultz said. “Edgar Salazar, Mark Basso, and Drew Baumgartner have been fantastic to work with, and I really hope the fans enjoy this take on her.”
“Working on X-23: DEADLY REGENESIS has been a fun ride! There’s lots of action, but I also enjoyed going deeper into Laura Kinney’s personality and seeing what makes her who she is,” Salazar added. “I enjoyed teaming up with Erica Schultz. She really knows how to make a great story, with clever Ideas delivered in every script in a clear way, which is great for me as an artist.”
X-23: Deadly Regenesis #1 will be available at your favorite local comic shop and digitally on March 8, 2023.
Check out the cover by Kalman Adrasofszky and the variant cover by Mike Choi below:
Source: Marvel Comics