ResurrXion Arrives, Captain America's Hydra Secret Revealed(?) in April


ResurrXion hits the Marvel Universe in April, as a number of new X-titles headline the publisher's releases for the month.

The anticipated reorganization of the X-teams hits in "X-Men Blue" and "X-Men Gold"; Both series debut with oversized 40-page issues, with "Blue" shipping twice-monthly. Jean Grey takes the helm of Cullen Bunn and Jorge Molina's Team Blue, featuring the rest of the original team with Magneto (described as an "arch-frenemy") as her mentor.

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Marc Guggeneheim and Ardian Syaf's Team Gold, on the other hand, is helmed by Kitty Pryde. She will lead Storm, Colossus, Nightcrawler and Old Man Logan with the goal of becoming "Earth's finest heroes."

In "Weapon X," which also ships two issues in April, Greg Pak and Greg Land gather a number of heroes and villains who experienced the secret program's transformative process as they attempt to sit down the its current incarnation. Apparently, the Weapon X program is now dedicated to killing off all mutants rather than transforming them into deadly soldiers.

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Though not mutants, the Inhumans are also part of ResurrXion, and will see an all-new series arrive in April. "Royals," by Al Ewing and Jonboy Meyers, ships two issues and sends a contingent of the Inhumans' royal family into space. Their mission, to return to Hala, the dead Kree homeward, in search of answer form he past which hold the key to the Inhuman race's survival in the future.

And that's just the ResurrXion titles; Marvel's also got a number of new series arriving in April, along with some big developments springing out of currently ongoing titles.

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