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Marvel Preview: New Mutants #28

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Marvel Preview: New Mutants #28

The time has come for Magik to conquer her demons.

AN END OF AN ERA…IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE! The time has come for Magik to conquer her demons. Will Illyana be able to contend with manifestations of her trauma and save her friends in the process? And if Madelyne does gain the throne…can the Goblin Queen contain the fiery madness of Limbo? Or will her old inclinations towards chaos resurface, bringing Krakoa and the rest of world to their knees?

Written by: Vita Ayala
Art by: Rod Reis, Jan Duursema
Cover by: Sunny Gho, Leinil Francis Yu
Page Count: 28 Pages
Release Date: August 17, 2022

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Marvel Preview: New Mutants #28

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