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Marvel reveals new ‘X-Men’ creative team, two new series for August/September 2021

Check out a new chart from the X-office and timeline teasing future X-Men stories.

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Marvel Comics is in full teaser mode this morning as they revealed a timeline that features some tasty tidbits about July, August, and September titles. The timeline starts with Children of the Atom, then moves on to Way of X out in April, X-Corp in May, the Hellfire Gala in June, and that’s where things get interesting.

As you can see below, July marks the restart of numbering for X-Men with a new #1 and it shows Gerry Duggan and Pepe Larraz are taking over the series! Then in August, Leah Williams and Valerio Schiti will be kicking off a brand new series! That is followed by Jonathan Hickman and a redacted artist for a surprise new series yet to be titled.

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Marvel reveals new 'X-Men' creative team, two new series for August/September 2021

The press release sent to AIPT is sparse, but check it out below for any details we might have missed.

New York, NY— April 8, 2021 — The Reign of X is here! The latest era in writer Jonathan Hickman’s revolutionary transformation of the X-Men universe is now underway, bringing with it exciting new titles like last month’s Children of the Atom by Vita Ayala and Bernard Chang, next month’s Way of X by Si Spurrier and Bob Quinn, and May’s X-Corp by Tini Howard and Alberto Foche.

And after June’s highly-anticipated franchise-spanning Hellfire Gala, fans can expect even more surprises, including a trio of brand-new series by amazing X-Men creators such as Gerry Duggan, Leah Williams, Pepe Larraz, Valerio Schiti, and the Head of X himself, writer Jonathan Hickman. Stay tuned to Marvel.com in the coming weeks for more information on these upcoming launches!

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