Marvel Officially Introduces New X-Men Team In Comics

Marvel Officially Introduces New X-Men Team In Comics

Issue #1 of the X-Men: Hellfire Gala series officially introduces the X-Men’s new mutant team.

Recently, the number 1 of X-Men: Hellfire Galaa new series of comics by writer Gerry Duggan, artists Matteo Lolli, CF Villa, Kris Anka and Russell Dauterman, colorists Rain Beredo, Frank Martin, Matt Milla and Matthew Wilson, letterer Cory Petit and designers Tom Muller and Jay Bowen.

This diverse team has presented in its pages who will be the new X-Men team in the Marvel Universewith Emma Frost announcing such an event.

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as collected comic book, the four X-Men who voluntarily resign are Wolverine (Laura Kinney), Rogue, Sunfire and Polaris. Meanwhile, Cyclops, Jean Grey, and Synch asked for their vote to be returned.

Shortly after, Emma Frost and Firestar had an interesting conversation, where the mutant commented that she felt unwanted on Krakoa. Captain America offers Emma some friendly advice, which she takes to nominate Firestar to the X-Men..

For his part, Cyclops nominates Forge, who considers that it is time to return to being a member of the X-Men. To return it to Cyclops for having nominated him without her consent, Forge says he will only join if Havok, Cyclops’ brother, is also on the team..

Behind this, Magik, one of Krakoa’s captains, volunteers and Iceman does the exact same thing to round out the new X-Men roster.. You can see the image with the new members of X-Men below.

The New X-Men Team In The X-Men Hellfire Gala Comic SeriesThe New X-Men Team In The X-Men Hellfire Gala Comic Series

With the rights to the mutants reclaimed by Marvel Studios, it’s only a matter of time before the X-Men are part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

So far there has already been a beginning in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness recovering Patrick Stewart playing Professor Charles Xavier of one of the multiple universes that exist.

What do you think of the new X-Men team in Marvel comics? In the meantime, here are some dramatic Marvel Comics moments we haven’t seen in the movies yet.


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