Spurrier, Huat May Relaunch "X-Men: Legacy" in November

Marvel isn't done, yet! The publisher has just announced, by way of a fourth teaser debuting on MTV Geek, that Simon Spurrier and Tan Eng Huat will team in November on "X-Men: Legacy." Of course, when you step back and look at the titles that have been officially announced for Marvel NOW!, it's also possible the teaser refers to an entirely new series, possibly dealing with the Avengers, the Legacy Virus or something else altogether.

Marvel kicked off the week with word that Kieron Gillen and Greg Land are bringing their skills to "Invincible Iron Man", followed by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic tackling Thor's upcoming relaunch. Then, CBR had first word on Mark Waid and Leinil Francis Yu's upcoming "Indestructible" project, later revealed to be a Hulk reboot. Yesterday's culinary hint was, of course, for a Deadpool reboot with Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan on scripting duties with art by Tony Moore.

Today, in addition to iFanboy's reveal of Rick Remender and John Romita Jr. taking over "Winter Soldier," Marvel teased Matt Fraction and Mark Bagley taking on "Fantastic Four." And while there is no accompanying graphic, USA Today says it received a second teaser hinting that Fraction and Mike Allred will team on "FF."

Stay tuned to CBR News for more on all the Marvel NOW! plans as they become available.

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