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‘X-Men Unlimited’ #13 kicks off today on Marvel Unlimited

‘X-Men Unlimited’ #13 features Juggernaut and Deadpool.

Marvel Comics has launched Marvel Unlimited #13 today on the Marvel Unlimited app. Exclusively an Infinity Comic, it kicks off an 8-part story within the Krakoan era of X-Men. Written by Fabian Nicieza with art by Matt Horak, today’s X-Men Monday #134 digs into the new Infinity Comic.

“It’s a very different style of storytelling that took some getting used to, but once I figured some things out I had a lot of fun,” Horak said in a statement sent to AIPT. “Being able to create long scrolling sequences that wouldn’t be possible on a page was really exciting. There’s an awesome new villain that was an absolute treat to design. It’s a new spin on a classic bad guy that involved referencing a ton of obscure corners of the Marvel Universe.”

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So what’s X-Men Unlimited #13 about?

The nation of Krakoa may be made up of 99.9% mutants, but not every problem is one an X-Gene is perfectly fit to handle. Thankfully, they still have friends out there in the larger world they can call on… friends like the Unstoppable Juggernaut. Oh, and Deadpool, if you can call him a friend.

Marvel Unlimited #13

For more on this news, read the official press release below.

The fan-favorite Marvel Unlimited anthology series is back! X-MEN UNLIMITED returns on Monday, December 6 in the exclusive Infinity Comic format. X-MEN UNLIMITED #13 kicks off the “X-MEN: PARADISE LOST” arc, an 8-part storyline set within current Krakoan continuity.

Writer Fabian Nicieza teams with artist Matt Horak for X-MEN UNLIMITED’s latest saga! Read the first part of “X-MEN: PARADISE LOST” in the Marvel Unlimited app now, and read new chapters weekly every Monday.

X-Men Unlimited #13

Writer: Fabian Nicieza

Artist: Matt Horak

Editor: Jordan White

The nation of Krakoa may be made up of 99.9% mutants, but not every problem is one an X-Gene is perfectly fit to handle. Thankfully, they still have friends out there in the larger world they can call on… friends like the Unstoppable Juggernaut. Oh, and Deadpool, if you can call him a friend.

On working in the new Infinity Comics format, artist Matt Horak says, “It’s a very different style of storytelling that took some getting used to, but once I figured some things out I had a lot of fun! Being able to create long scrolling sequences that wouldn’t be possible on a page was really exciting. There’s an awesome new villain that was an absolute treat to design. It’s a new spin on a classic bad guy that involved referencing a ton of obscure corners of the Marvel Universe.”

Marvel Unlimited is a one-stop destination for over 29,000 comics spanning the entire Marvel Universe. The app available on For iPhone®, iPad®, Android devices™ and web. For more information on new Marvel Unlimited comics, please visit: www.marvel.com/unlimited

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