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New ‘Marauders’ #1 details revealed for X-Men’s new Destiny of X era

The Marauders need her help to untangle a mystery rooted in the earliest days of mutantkind. Do they dare trust her?

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Today, Marvel Comics has revealed new details on Marauders #1 by Steve Orlando and Eleonara Carlini. Kicking off Orlando’s run on the series is Marauders Annual #1 out January 12 and then the main series kicks off March 30th.

What’s Marauders #1 about?

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The twisted twin sister of Professor Xavier, Cassandra was introduced during Grant Morrison’s revolutionary early 2000s run on NEW X-MEN where she  orchestrated the deadliest crime in mutantkind history and left the X-Men’s world in chaos. Now the Marauders need her help to untangle a mystery rooted in the earliest days of mutantkind. Do they dare trust her?

“Cassandra Nova Xavier is back, with the same malicious mind and murderous hands as ever!” Orlando said in a statement sent to AIPT. “But how much has she changed since her last run in with the X-Men? Pryde and the Marauders have no choice but to find out, since Cassandra’s only one who can lead them to mutantkind’s earliest ancestors — a mystery two billion years old. She’s little bit Xavier, a little bit Catherine Trammel, and the Marauders’ only hope for success.”

Check out the main cover by KAEL NGU below.

New 'Marauders' #1 details revealed for X-Men's new Destiny of X era

Also check out the teaser for Mauraders below.

New 'Marauders' #1 details revealed for X-Men's new Destiny of X era

For more on this series, read the press release below.

New York, NY— December 17, 2021 — The final Marauder revealed! Starting in March, set sail with writer Steve Orlando and artist Eleonara Carlini for a new era of MARAUDERS. A new creative team calls for a new crew and this one is packed with longtime favorites like Kate Pryde, bright newcomers like Somnus, and a shocking final member—CASSANDRA NOVA!

The twisted twin sister of Professor Xavier, Cassandra was introduced during Grant Morrison’s revolutionary early 2000s run on NEW X-MEN where she  orchestrated the deadliest crime in mutantkind history and left the X-Men’s world in chaos. Now the Marauders need her help to untangle a mystery rooted in the earliest days of mutantkind. Do they dare trust her?

“Cassandra Nova Xavier is back, with the same malicious mind and murderous hands as ever!” Orlando said. “But how much has she changed since her last run in with the X-Men? Pryde and the Marauders have no choice but to find out, since Cassandra’s only one who can lead them to mutantkind’s earliest ancestors — a mystery two billion years old. She’s little bit Xavier, a little bit Catherine Trammel, and the Marauders’ only hope for success.”

See Cassandra suiting up in an all-new variant cover by Carlini and find out she’s really changed her ways when MARAUDERS #1 hits stands on March 30! And don’t miss the opening adventure of Steve Orlando’s run in MARAUDERS ANNUAL #1 on January 12. For more information, visit Marvel.com.

MARAUDERS #1

Written by STEVE ORLANDO

Art by ELEONORA CARLINI

Cover by KAEL NGU

Teaser Variant Cover by ELEONORA CARLINI

On Sale 3/30

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