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Marvel teases 'X of Swords' with 'The High Lords' in Excalibur #11
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Marvel teases ‘X of Swords’ with ‘The High Lords’ in Excalibur #11

The High Lords and the Assault on the Starlight Citadel lead to X of Swords.

Marvel Comics is the king of teases as seen nearly thee times a week. Just last week we got a glimpse of Cable #3 which featured the Light of Galador Sword. Today, Marvel revealed “The High Lords” in a promo image from Excalibur #11.

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X of Swords

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So it appears the Eternals now go by The High Lords. It was featured in a tweet that also read: The High Lords. The Assault on the Starlight Citadel. Follow the Path to X of Swords in Excalibur #11, on sale in August! #XofSwords #XMen #MarvelComics.

X of Swords prelude

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Written by Tini Howard with art by Marcus To, colors by Erick Arciniega and letters by Ariana Maher, Excalibur #11 will be released in comic shops and digitally on August 19, 2020.

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