Mutant July: Marvel and Hickman to Ring in Two New X-MEN Series

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A major mutant overhaul is imminent at Marvel as two new series are en route in House of X and Powers of X, both to be written by Jonathan Hickman, are due out this July.

House of X | Hickman and Pepe Larraz

The series will follow what Marvel has dubbed the ‘four seminal moments in the history of the X-Men’, in Uncanny X-Men, Giant-Size X-Men, X-Men: Age of Apocalypse and New X-Men. A new era for ‘Marvel’s Mutants’ will again revolutionize the X-Men as Charles Xavier will unveil his master plan for mutantkind, which will be one that will ultimately bring all mutants out of the shadows and into the light again.

Mutant July: Marvel and Hickman to Ring in Two New X-MEN Series 1

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Powers of X | Hickman and R.B. Silva

In conjunction with the House of X series, the new direction of the X-Men will reveal the secret past, present and future for all mutantkind! This series promises to ultimately change the way you look at the overall story of the X-Men, both before and after reading it.

Mutant July: Marvel and Hickman to Ring in Two New X-MEN Series 2

Both first issues, House of X #1 and Powers of X #1, are set for summer releases. Keep an eye out for both to hit shelves in July and click HERE for the exclusive first look at the two upcoming series, among others, via Marvel.

What do you think, is the new X-Men shakeup a welcome one in your eyes? What other mutants do you want to see make a comeback in a series? Let us know in the comments section below.


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Michael Stagno
Michael is a New England native and fluent in Italian. He graduated with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism (RTVF) from Auburn University. He is a BIG fan of the Boston sports scene, X-Men and X-Force. He loves his black lab (named Yaz), pop culture, science, space and gaming. He's also a crossfitter, paddleboarder and marathoner.
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