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X-Treme X-Men Vol. VII: Storm - The Arena (Trade Paperback)
No recent wiki edits to this page. Storm: The Arena begins here! Featuring Storm as you've never seen her before! How will this warrior fare when she is forced to endure the brutal combat of the gladiator ring? Guest-starring Yukio and Callisto. Despite the reservations of her teammates, Storm goes to Japan alone in search of the slaver, Tullamore Voge, with connections to Elias Bogan. But instead, with the wild Yukio at her side, Ororo finds herself in an underground mutant fight club in Tokyo.
Not trusting Xavier or anyone else with knowledge of the future of mutantkind, Storm had secretly gathered a squad of mutants to obtain the prophetic diaries of Destiny. The team left the safety of the Institute and became mobile. Early on, Psylocke was killed and Beast was critically injured by Vargas. Australian siblings Lifeguard and Slipstream later joined in the quest. Eventually the team abandoned the search after realizing the prophecies only came true if you chose to let the diary control their actions. Rogue and Gambit took a leave of absence after their powers were lost.
It was written by Chris Claremont with most of the art provided by Salvador Larroca. The book originated as part of a revamp of the X-Men line of comics in He was removed from both core X-titles by Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada when his storylines fell apart due to editorial interference by the previous editor-in-chief in a failed attempt to capitalize on the first X-Men movie. Quesada offered Claremont the opportunity to write only one of the core X-titles while allowing new X-writer Grant Morrison to have partial storyline input or to write a third, new core X-Men title. Claremont chose the latter. That title was dubbed X-Treme X-Men. Psylocke and Beast departed the title in the early goings, and new recruits Lifeguard Heather Cameron and Slipstream Davis Cameron were eventually added.
X-Treme X-Men is the name of two comic book series published by Marvel Comics , the first from through , and the second from through All 46 issues of the first series were written by Chris Claremont , and featured a globetrotting X-Men team led by Storm. The first 24 issues were drawn by Salvador Larroca , and the final 22 issues were drawn by Igor Kordey. The series was written by Greg Pak. The thirteenth and final issue was released in April