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Marvel is about to reveal an astonishing new X-Men line-up, and is teasing it extra-hard

Marvel is preparing to reveal a new X-Men line-up

X-Men panel art SDCC 2023
Image credit: Marvel Comics

'Who are the New X-Men?' That's the question Marvel is asking, and wanting you the reader to ask.

X-Men panel art SDCC 2023
Image credit: Marvel Comics

And imagine us as well, the journalists, creating articles speculating who it will be.

That question (rhetorical we hope, from Marvel) is being asked in a new teaser image from the publisher first revealed during Marvel's Designing the X-Men panel at SDCC 2023.

The answer will come sooner than you think, though. As in this Saturday, July 22 - as its one of the promised things happening at the X-Men Hellfire Gala here at SDCC 2023. It's there that the third annual X-Vote results will be announced, with a new line-up for the comics coming - with one seat being left up to fans in a vote between Jubilee, Juggernaut, Prodigy, Dazzler, Cannonball, and Frenzy.

If the past is any indication, this new X-Men line-up will also precipitate a an X-Men comic book relaunch with a new #1.

And given the design of the 'New X-Men' logo in the teaser, it might have something to do with the 'Age of Apocalypse' X-Men - who used that very same logo.

Look for more details later this weekend here at Popverse.

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