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New Release Pick of the Week for 7/19/2017

Astonishing X-Men #1

ASTONISHING X-MEN #1

MARVEL COMICS

(W) Charles Soule (A/CA) Jim Cheung

ONLY THE X-MEN CAN SAVE US!

An ancient evil is attacking the world’s most powerful minds. It will have them by the time you finish this sentence, and a moment later, it will have us all. A band of X-MEN discovers the truth behind the threat, but there is no time left. PSYLOCKE, OLD MAN LOGAN, BISHOP, ARCHANGEL, FANTOMEX, ROGUE and GAMBIT will attempt to save a world that hates and fears them. Why?
BECAUSE THEY ARE THE X-MEN.

From blockbuster writer CHARLES SOULE and joined by a roster of superstar artists beginning with JIM CHEUNG. ASTONISHING X-MEN. It’s the X-book you need.

Rated T+

$4.99

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