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Published January 27, 2020

Future of the X-Men Revealed

Enter the ‘House of X’ with digital comics mega-library Marvel Unlimited! See what other fresh arrivals are coming your way this week.

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New in Marvel Unlimited… primed to pop through a portal into a New Mutant Age?

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Technically a “gateway.”

Here, finally, is the kickoff chapter to a seminal moment in X-Men history, and that is by no means an overstatement.

House of X (2019) #1

House of X (2019) #1

What is Marvel Unlimited?

We know a lot of our MU readers have been chomping at the bit to start the saga that reshapes the X-Men’s past, present and future, so we’ll withhold major spoilers here. It’s enough to say that creators Jonathan Hickman, Pepe Larraz, and R. B. Silva, have plunged the X-Men into an insular world order, where the planet’s mutant population now lives and operates across the paradisiacal “Habitats” of Living Island Krakoa.

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Krakoa, now the mutants’ homeland and governance. Krakoa, who’s spawned its own language and hosts ancient secrets in its tendrils and veins. Krakoa, a nation protected by humanity’s colossal debt to Charles Xavier.

Krakoa, the ever-evolving hive mind that’s forced us to face, and fear, the future of the X-Men.

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Hickman’s epic is chalking up to be one of the most anticipated MU debuts of 2020. Join us over the next 12 weeks as the story continues in POWERS OF X (2019) #1-6, the interconnected series running concurrently to HOUSE OF X.

Where HOUSE OF X covers Xavier’s master plan and the “collateral” of Krakoa’s global benefits, POWERS OF X tunes into mutantkind’s secret history across split timelines, shining a spotlight on an unlikely puppeteer pulling all the strings.

Here’s the suggested reading order so you can follow along. This run’s particularly ideal for tablet users, especially for Hickman’s text-heavy approach to what, at times, reads like the New Testament: Mutant Edition.

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Plus, see all of this week’s MU titles here, including our handful of Throwback Thursday arrivals, joining the library January, 30.

Week of 1/27

 

 

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