X-Men: Fallen Angels Will Explore How ‘Peace Can be an Enemy'

One of the more under the radar X-Men comics to launch in Marvel's Dawn of X is Fallen Angels by writer Bryan Hill and artist Szymon Kudranski. The series stars Psylocke, Kid Cable and X-23 as they try to find their place in this new mutant utopia on the island of Krakoa.

Hill recently revealed he is using the X-Men series as a method to explore personal changes going on in his life, while also studying how peace can be viewed as an enemy.

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"I’m going through a personal transformation that I think shows up in my work, where my mind is," Hill told Adventures in Poor Taste. "I told Hickman I wanted to do something that was lyrical, philosophical, and about the role that warriors play in a utopia. I wanted to explore identity and purpose and how peace itself can be an enemy. "

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With Psylocke set up as the central figure in Fallen Angels, she will most likely be the one with an internal battle between a peaceful existence and an urge to fight.

Dawn of X Fallen Angels 01 cover


  • Written by BRYAN EDWARD HILL
  • Penciled by SZYMON KUDRANSKI
  • Cover by ASHLEY WITTER
  • On sale November 2019
  • Psylocke finds herself in this new world of Mutantkind unsure of her place in it… but when a face from her past returns only to be killed, she seeks help from others who feel similar to get vengeance. Cable and X-23 join Kwannon for a personal mission that could jeopardize all Mutantkind!

Fallen Angels #1, by Bryan Edward Hill and Szymon Kudranski, goes on sale Nov. 13 from Marvel Comics.

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