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Marvel Preview: Excalibur #25

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Marvel Preview: Excalibur #25

The fate of the Starlight Citadel is at stake, and if the Citadel falls…so falls all reality.

THE ONE TRUE KING RETURNS! And he’s here to exterminate the witchbreed! King Arthur and his army turn Otherworld into a battlefield—again. Backed into a corner, Betsy Braddock makes a desperate choice that will reshape the realm—and mutantkind—forever. The fate of the Starlight Citadel is at stake, and if the Citadel falls…so falls all reality.

Written by: Tini Howard
Art by: Marcus To
Cover by: Mahmud Asrar, Matt Wilson
Page Count: 28 Pages
Release Date: November 10, 2021

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Marvel Preview: Excalibur #25

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