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'X-Force' teaser reveals haunting puppetry of Wolverine and X-Force members
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‘X-Force’ teaser reveals haunting puppetry of Wolverine and X-Force members

Marvel’s ‘X-Force’ to return in April by Ben Percy and Robert Gill!

Marvel Comics has released a teaser for X-Force, which is an image that actually appeared at the end of X-Force #26 out today. The image is rather haunting, revealing Wolverine, Beast, Sage, Kid Omega, and Forge all hooked up to some kind of robotic tendril.

Along with the image, Marvel sent press this text: X-FORCE’S MISSION BECOMES EVEN DEADLIER IN DESTINY OF X! Writer Benjamin Percy and artist Robert Gill kick off a new era of X-FORCE in April

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The text in the teaser reads:

“Beneath the sunny surface of Krakoa…
…hide secrets…
…and MONSTERS.”

Check out the teaser below.

'X-Force' teaser

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