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    Wolverine’s Gold Team Gets A Few New Members

    By | August 31st, 2011
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    Revealed today, Marvel has put out part of their Gold team post-Regenesis teaser with a few unsilhoutted characters: Deadpool on X-Force, Iceman on Wolverine’s X-Men team, and Layla Miller, Shatterstar and Rahne still on X-Factor (no big surprise there). There is, however, a noticable lack of unsilhoutted characters on Rogue’s X-Men Legacy team – which could mean nothing, or could mean everything.

    It is also noteworthy that at least one fully unsilhoutted image has leaked onto the internet, but you’ll have to go do some Google searches to find that (personally, I haven’t looked).

    Either way, what do you think of the new team members? The only big reveal here is Iceman on Wolverine’s team, although you probably could’ve assumed that would happen given their relationship in comics. Leave your thoughts in the comments below, and we’ll update you with more unsilhoutted images as we get them!

    Marvel Press Release

    After the cataclysmic events of X-Men: Schism, all of mutantkind will be forced to make the biggest decision of their lives. What team will you choose?

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    Written by JASON AARON
    Art & Cover by CHRIS BACHALO
    Variant Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
    FOC — 10/3/11, ON SALE — 10/26/11

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    Cover by CLAY MANN
    Variant Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
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    Written by RICK REMENDER
    Art by ROBBI RODRIGUEZ
    Variant Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
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    Variant Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
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