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Marvel Preview: Marvels X #2

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Marvel Preview: Marvels X #2

David’s arrival in New York doesn’t bring the safety he had hoped it would.

David’s arrival in New York doesn’t bring the safety he had hoped it would. And while he does indeed find some heroes, he also finds that they don’t know what to do in a world where everyone they ever fought to protect now wants only to blame them for the hell the world has transformed into. Alex Ross, Jim Krueger and Well-Bee continue the amazing prequel to the EARTH X trilogy.

Written by Jim Kreuger, Alex Ross
Art by Well-Bee
Cover by Alex Ross
Page Count 29 Pages
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Marvel Preview: Marvels X #2

Marvel Preview: Marvels X #2

Marvel Preview: Marvels X #2

Marvel Preview: Marvels X #2

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