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Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

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Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

One of the most terrifying adversaries the X-MEN have ever faced has returned.

One of the most terrifying adversaries the X-MEN have ever faced has returned. CHARLES XAVIER may have made the greatest mistake of his life. Still reeling from their narrow escape from the SHADOW KING and the loss of a crucial ally, how will the mutant heroes face an enemy with the power to remake the world?

Written by Charles Soule
Art by Paulo Siqueira
Cover by Mike Deodato Jr
Release Date: February 21, 2018

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Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

Marvel Preview: Astonishing X-Men #8

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