Who Is Marvel Planning To Kill In Uncanny X-Men Disassembled?

Magneto’s metal-manipulating daughter, Polaris, joined the cast of X-Men Blue when her father needed someone close to him he could trust. Polaris would step up in a big way when the Original Five X-Men (Cyclops, Jean Grey, Beast, Iceman and Angel) were lost in space. With the threat of the Mothervine cabal looming, Polaris recruited a new X-Men Blue team to combat the threat.

Of course, the evil entity Malice would return to try and claim Polaris once again, but she was able to fight the possession off. With X-Men Blue coming to a close this fall, it remains to be seen what role Polaris will play with the X-Men going forward. The green-haired mutant is shown on the “Disassembled” teaser, so we at least know she does make an appearance.

Something else to keep in mind is Magneto reverting back to his villainous ways, with his own X-Men Black: Magneto #1 one-shot continuing his evil descent. The conclusion of the one-shot could lead to Magneto being placed as a villain in Uncanny X-Men, with Polaris being forced to choose between helping the X-Men or her father.

Juuuuuust something to keep in mind. Spreading awareness.

Though I notice the article author avoids talking about a certain aspect of what happened on Blue. Which is good. I like that.

Who Is Marvel Planning To Kill In Uncanny X-Men Disassembled?

X-Men Blue: The Mothervine Continues to Give Classic Mutants New Powers

The article itself, in mentioning Malice possessing Lorna, puts primary emphasis on what that can do for the stories of other characters – primarily Magneto. Not what it can do for the 50-years-and-going story of Lorna Dane.

I don’t know whether this is just the writer’s take, or the writer is doing this off things Bunn has said behind the scenes.

Either way, it’s heavily informed by how blatantly Bunn’s priorities are all about what benefits characters he actually cares about, including Magneto and Havok, even if it’s at the expense of Lorna and other characters he clearly doesn’t care about.

X-Men Blue: The Mothervine Continues to Give Classic Mutants New Powers