It looks like Marvel's mutants are getting a makeover with the release of All-New X-Men's first issue.

Helmed by Mark Bagley (Ultimate Spiderman) and Dennis Hopeless (X-Men: Season One), the latest reboot of the flagship X-Men series comes in the wake of Brian Michael Bendis' departure from both the Uncanny X-Men and the last iteration of the All-New X-Men series. Despite Bendis' absence, it gives Bagley a chance to experiment with a bold new look for the line.

The issue also features a variant cover drawn by the legendary Jack Kirby, who created the series with Stan Lee back in 1963.

Here is Marvel's official synopsis of the series:

"Hated and feared more than ever, the world is a more dangerous place for mutants. But as the few remaining X-Men retreat into seclusion, a handful of teenagers will strike out on their own - refusing to let their fate be decided for them...Cyclops, Angel, Iceman, the All-New Wolverine, Kid Apocalpyse and Oya are hitting the road, learning to be heroes, and changing their destinies. But with the world a more hostile place than ever for their kind - is there hope for their future?"

Check out some preview pages of All New X-Men #1 below; the issue will be released on Nov. 11.

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