New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel’s Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

Marvel is currently hosting the most important panel of New York Comic Con, Dawn of X, and they’re showing off covers from the January issues of X-Books as well as interior art from the debut issues hitting stores in October and November, following the conclusion of HoXPoX with next week’s Powers of X #6.

We’ve got shots of the screen at the panel for your viewing pleasure.

First up, X-Men by Jonathan Hickman, R.B. Silva, and Matteo Buffagni:

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

And a look at the Dawn of X decoder cards:

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

Now some covers and art from Marauders by Gerry Duggan, Matteo Lolli, and Lucas Werneck:

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

Next up, Excalibur by Tini Howard and Marcus To:

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

And next, X-Force, by Benjamin Percy and Joshua Cassara:

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

We got some more details out of Percy earlier today as well, which you can read here.

Next, New Mutants, by Hickman, Canada’s favorite son Ed Brisson, and Rod Reis:

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

And Fallen Angels, by Bryan Hill and Szymon Kudranski:

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

First Look at New Covers, Interior Art from Marvel's Dawn of X Panel at NYCC

Stay tuned to Bleeding Cool for breaking updates from the Dawn of X panel at New York Comic Con, where Ace Reporter Mike Sangregorio is on the scene to send us the latest.

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A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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