X-STATIX carries on from the hit X-Men series, and features the late Princess returning from the dead and being the subject of a rescue mission by MARVEL comic favourites - including SPIDER-MAN.
Editor-in-Chief JOE QUESADA explains, "Princess Diana is a mutant. Like every good superhero, she's coming back from the dead. She's going to join one of the X-Men teams. If comics are anything, we're subversive. This is a really wonderful story."
But a royal spokesperson blasted the idea, saying, "This is utterly appalling. It appears to be just a cheap attempt to cash in on Diana's fame and the tragic circumstances surrounding her death."
Diana, Princess of Wales and her lover DODI AL-FAYED were killed in a car crash in Paris in 1997.24/06/2003 13:38
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