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29 January 2014  |  Written by Ali Plumb  |  Source: Exclusive

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This week, Empire joined forces with Bryan Singer and the cast of X-Men: Days Of Future Past to unveil a whopping 25 covers for our new March issue in honour of our 25th birthday this year and the massive mutant team-up. Now we have even more to reveal, namely four brand-new Days Of Future Past stills, featuring Jennifer Lawrence's Mystique, Ian McKellen's Magneto, Hugh Jackman's Wolverine and more.

You will notice that Logan has bone claws here, demonstrating that this is the '70s Wolverine, and in the mirror you can see the goon he's about to slice up. Elsewhere, Adan Canto's Sunspot, Ellen Page's Kitty Pryde, Shawn Ashmore's Iceman and Daniel Cudmore's Colossus are all in a row outside some sort of icy temple in the post-apocalyptic future, while Magneto floats inside the same structure (it appears) and Mystique takes aim somewhere patriotic.

You can find out much more about the mutant mash that is X-Men: Days Of Future Past in the new issue of Empire, out tomorrow, January 30. To make sure you get the cover you want, browse this gallery below and then head to our subscriptions website, where you can order all the covers individually for a one-off price. New UK subscribers can also get a set of collectible art cards when they take up this offer.

We expect a new trailer for the film soon, given that the release dates for Days Of Future Past are May 22 in the UK and May 23 in the US.


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Rogue???
I thought she wasn't even in the finished film!!! More

Posted by Toursiveu at 18:05 on 29 January 2014 | Report This Post

25 years,25 covers....Meh
Celebratory or jus quick and cheap commercialism? Gotta collect em all kids! And whoever gets the Bryan Singer Zinger cover gets a free punch in the face,cos your sad. Not as sad as Bryan Singer tho. Prob tweetin' a pic of himself right now. Losing faith Empire,losing faith.... More

Posted by Snake 4Skin at 16:23 on 29 January 2014 | Report This Post

Ok
I bothered to look at the covers and retract that last comment More

Posted by pgmark at 13:10 on 29 January 2014 | Report This Post

70's Wolverine
Or is it linked with 'The Wolverine'? More

Posted by pgmark at 13:06 on 29 January 2014 | Report This Post

to add to Cheech's Titty Twister special menu sales speech...
"... and we also have blue scaly pussy!!!" (prolly what the zoom-in feature on Empire's X-cover collection was invented for, tee-hee) More

Posted by Jonny24 at 12:50 on 29 January 2014 | Report This Post

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