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Preview: Marauders #18

Marauders #18

(W) Gerry Duggan (A) Stefano Caselli, Matteo Lolli (CA) Russell Dauterman
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 17, 2021
SRP: $3.99

THE PAST IS NOT THE PAST!
The Marauder returns to Madripoor to pay tribute to a fallen friend… but all the while old enemies are being forged anew.

Marauders #18

Storm’s Destiny Lies Ahead in Marauders #20

This May, the high-seas adventures continue in Marauders #20, but one of the Marauders will plot a new course. As the preparations for the Hellfire Gala come to a head, Storm’s eyes are pointed to a future that takes her off the seas and over the horizon. An exciting new era for one of Marvel’s most popular superheroes begins in this incredible issue from writer Gerry Duggan and artist Stefano Caselli.

Check out Russell Dauterman’s gorgeous cover below. Be sure to pick up Marauders #20 when it hits stands in May and keep an eye out for more exciting X-Men announcements, including details about the highly anticipated HELLFIRE GALA!

Marauders #20

Preview: King in Black: Marauders #1

King in Black: Marauders #1

(W) Gerry Duggan (A) Luke Ross (CA) Russell Dauterman (VCA) Stefano Caselli
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 03, 2021
SRP: $4.99

THE QUEEN IN RED SAILS!
Red Queen Kate Pryde and her crew of Marauders set sail against the forces of Knull! Captain Kate has pledged to fight for the needy, and a global disaster like this one gives plenty of folks in need.

King in Black: Marauders #1

Early Preview: King in Black: Marauders #1

King in Black: Marauders #1

(W) Gerry Duggan (A) Luke Ross (CA) Russell Dauterman (VCA) Stefano Caselli
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 03, 2021
SRP: $4.99

THE QUEEN IN RED SAILS!
Red Queen Kate Pryde and her crew of Marauders set sail against the forces of Knull! Captain Kate has pledged to fight for the needy, and a global disaster like this one gives plenty of folks in need.

King in Black: Marauders #1

Start the New Year with a New Kate Bishop Story by Kelly Thompson

Hawkeye writer Kelly Thompson has penned an all-new prose story featuring Kate Bishop, “The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same.” You can read it now for free on the Marvel site!

The story also features exclusive art by Stefano Caselli with lettering by Joe Sabino.

The story has a very Hitchcock Rear Window vibe about it. It’s a great way to relax and kick off the new year!

The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

Exclusive Preview: Power Pack #2 (of 5)

Power Pack #2 (of 5)

(W) Ryan North (A) Nico Leon (C) Rachelle Rosenberg (CA) Stefano Caselli
Rated T
In Shops: Dec 30, 2020
SRP: $3.99

THE PACK IN PRISON?!
• Okay, so MAYBE it’s illegal for minors to fight crime in costume, dispensing vigilante justice as they see fit. MAYBE.
• But not if they have a mentor! Then it’s totally fine! So now all the Pack need is an adult willing to let them do whatever they want.
• It’s a voyage (or at least a two-page spread) across the Marvel Universe to find a mentor!
• But what if everything doesn’t go smoothly? What if there’s CONFLICT and EVENTS?
• The Power Pack faces adversity, betrayal and more in this Alex-narrated issue!

Power Pack #2 (of 5)

After Dawn of X Comes Reign of X

This week delivers the conclusion of X of Swords, the sprawling crossover that represented the latest chapter in Jonathan Hickman’s grand vision for the X-Men, and learned that the Reign of X was upon us!

Hickman’s bold take on mutantkind began last year in the critically-acclaimed House of and Powers of X and continued in the Dawn of X, ushering in a slate of brand-new X-Men titles that took the comic book industry by storm. Now, the saga continues in Reign of X, a new era encompassing the upcoming story arcs in all your favorite X-titles. The Reign of X will see the forming of new teams, the return of major characters, new threats brought about by classic villains, and more game-changing revelations that will alter the X-Men mythos forever! Check out what’s to come in a mesmerizing teaser image by superstar X-Men artist Mahmud Asrar!

It all begins in December as the X-Men deal with the fallout of X of Swords and look to the future. Here’s what’s to come next month:

Hellions #7 by writer Zeb Wells and artist Stephen Segovia will explore the aftermath of the team’s brutal massacre in X of Swords.

Writer Leah Williams and artist David Baldeon continue to investigate mutant deaths and explore the complexities that come with resurrection in X-Factor #5.

Kate Pryde and Emma Frost finally enact their long-awaited revenge on Sebastian Shaw in Marauders #16 by writer Gerry Duggan and artist Stefano Caselli.

Mutantkind sets their sights on the galaxy and beyond in writer Al Ewing and artist Valerio Schiti’s groundbreaking S.W.O.R.D. #1.

An old foe rises in New Mutants #14, the beginning of a wild new era for your favorite young mutants by writer Vita Ayala and artist Rod Reis.

Wolverine reunites with Maverick and Team X in Wolverine #8, a special over-sized milestone issue written by Benjamin Percy with art by Adam Kubert and Viktor Bogdanovic.

The search for Captain Britain is underway as Excalibur returns to Otherworld in Excalibur #16 by writer Tini Howard and artist Marcus To.

X-Force will stop at nothing to protect Krakoa, even if it means interrogating their own, in the action-packed X-Force #15 by writer Benjamin Percy and Marvel’s Stormbreaker artist Joshua Cassara.

And Cyclops makes a fateful decision regarding the future of the X-Men in X-Men #16, written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Phil Noto.

Reign of X
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