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Marvel Comics releases ‘Fallen Angels’ #1 launch trailer


Marvel Comics has released a special launch trailer for each of their Dawn of X books and with the last one now in stores Marvel has gone six for six. I liked the first issue–you can read my review here–as it has its own identity from the other X-Men titles. Check it out below.

The trailer features C.B. Cebulski, Bryan Hill, and Senior X-Men Editor Jordan White talking about the book, its characters, and what the 411 is about it all.

To squeeze a bit more out of the trailer check out the press release below.

New York, NY— November 13, 2019 — All mutants have a home now on the island nation of Krakoa, but that doesn’t mean they all feel at home. See what happens to the outsiders in this FALLEN ANGELS #1 launch trailer featuring Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski, Senior Editor Jordan D. White, and writer Bryan Hill!

Three mutants are unable to find their place in a new homeland, and struggle to find their place in the world. Psylocke grapples with a return to her own body and the loss of a purpose. X-23 hopes that she can still be accepted by her comrades and that her past won’t catch up with her. And Cable contends with living in the shadow of his future self – whom he murdered.

“Fallen Angels is going to be a really terrific book because it’s going to show a different side of some classic X-Men characters,” promises White. 

“[Szymon’s] visual storytelling is really peerless and I’m excited for people to see the combination of my voice with its intensity and his voice with his intensity and how that jumps off the page,” says Hill. 

Fallen Angels #1 by Bryan Hill and Szymon Kudranski is on sale this December in comic shops, on the Marvel Comics App, and on! To find a comic shop near you, visit or call 1-888-comicbook.


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