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X-Men First Look: Marvel teases Madelyne Pryor to appear in Hellions who was last referenced in the ‘Sinister Secrets’

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Marvel Comics has gotten very good at teasing upcoming books. Case in point, today Marvel has released the below teaser which features the Goblin Queen who will be appearing in Zeb Wells and Stephen Segovia’s Hellions series.

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It’s worth noting it appears the Hellions team is underneath Madelyne Pryor (which includes Mr. Sinister, Havok, and a few others). Probably not so coincidentally Marvel released a “quick history” about the Goblin Queen just a few short weeks ago. It appears they were gearing up to get us on the same page about who she is and now we know she’s shaking things up in Krakoa!

The character hasn’t popped up on Krakoa yet, but eagle eye’d readers should note she did pop up on Mr. Sinister’s “Sinister Secret” list as #3 in Powers of X #4. It read:

Years ago, a deceased redheaded pretender made a pact with the devil. When she passed on, most believed that any secrets she had went with her to the grave. Won’t everyone be surprised when they find out not only is this not true, but she left behind a whole lot more than secrets.

It sounds like she’s raring to go and cause a little trouble very soon.

Hellions #1 comes out this March 2020 wherever comic books are sold.


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