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X-Men: First Class an alternate universe?
I'm just curious why X-Men: First Class (and Wolverine: First Class) are listed as alternate universe titles. Nowhere on the X-Men: First Class page does it say it's an alternate universe, and everything I've read (such as this article: ) says the book's in mainstream continuity. Are there reliable sources out there saying otherwise? DeadpoolRP (talk) 14:37, 6 November 2010 (UTC)
- Well, no one has addressed this question, and the recent Heroic Age: Villains handbook one-shot mentioned Dragon Man's time with the X-Men, which took place in X-Men: First Class, so I'm switching the two First Class books back to being listed as in the mainstream Marvel Universe. And "Children of the Atom" was just an origin retelling miniseries, and I don't see any real significance in including it here, so I'm taking that off of the list. DeadpoolRP (talk) 19:13, 28 November 2010 (UTC)
Since I know how much some people hate Generation Hope and there will probably be some kind of outcry or knee-jerk reverting if I do this without discussing it first, I propose that Generation Hope get moved up to the core titles list. It's the only team book not listed there—all of the other titles on the secondary list are solo books. Marvel's treating Generation Hope just like the other team books as far the "Regenesis" teasers go, and it seems to fit better with the other team books. Are there any real reasons for keeping it on the secondary list? DeadpoolRP (talk) 17:20, 22 October 2011 (UTC)
X-men Black is not an ongoing title. It has already released all the issues it was meant to have. It may feel wrong to list it as a "past" title when the last one was released just a few days ago, but it's correct. Cambalachero (talk) 19:04, 5 November 2018 (UTC)