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Marvel promises Krakoa era resolutions in Jonathan Hickman's final X-Men comic 'Inferno' #4
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Marvel promises Krakoa era resolutions in Jonathan Hickman’s final X-Men comic ‘Inferno’ #4

You can check out the cover for INFERNO #4 here, on sale this December.

Press Release

Marvel Comics has unveiled the cover art for Jonathan Hickman’s final X-Men comic Inferno #4 by Jerome Opeña. The highly anticipated four-issue series will run close to 160 pages long and feature three artists. Fans can expect Jonathan Hickman’s final work in Inferno which will be drawn by three artists including Valerio Schiti, R.B. Silva, and Stefano Caselli. Inferno #1 will be available in comic book shops on September 29th.

In a press release sent to AIPT, Marvel promises to deliver resolutions to “some of Krakoa’s long-running plotlines,” including Mystique’s heartbreaking quest to reunite with Destiny.

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Check out the Inferno #4 cover below which suggests there may be a death coming in the issue.

Marvel teases new info around Jonathan Hickman's final X-Men comic 'Inferno' #4

For more insight into Hickman’s final series, make sure to read our exclusive interview with him in this week’s X-Men Monday.

Read the press release below for the latest info.

New York, NY— September 3, 2021 — This December, Jonathan Hickman’s transformative work on the X-Men universe comes to end in INFERNO #4. The climactic finale of this highly anticipated limited series will reunite Hickman with artist Valerio Schiti as they team up to put some of mutantkind’s biggest mysteries to rest.

Since the groundbreaking 2019 series House of X and Powers of X, Hickman has reshaped the X-Men franchise and ushered in one of its boldest eras yet. The foundation Hickman built will live on but INFERNO will deliver much anticipated resolutions to some of Krakoa’s long-running plotlines including Mystique’s heartbreaking quest to be reunited with Destiny. And fans can also expect more revelations from the past lives of Moira MacTaggert all while the unstoppable threat Nimrod finally makes his move.

Check out Jerome Opeña’s cover below and don’t miss Hickman’s epic X-Men swansong when INFERNO #4 hits stands this December.

Retailers, don’t forget to order your copies of INFERNO #1 by Monday, September 6! For a sneak peek, visit Marvel.com.

INFERNO #4 (OF 4)

Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN

Art by VALERIO SCHITI

Cover by JEROME OPEÑA

On Sale 12/29!

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