Marvel’s First Xavier’s Institute Novel Arrives in November
In October, Marvel and Acolyte Books will begin rolling out their first wave of prose novels. The following month, they will explore the X-Men’s corner of the Marvel Universe in a book centering on two lesser-known mutant characters. Marvel.com has just shared new details for Liberty & Justice For All, the first installment in Aconyte’s Xavier’s Institute line.
Liberty & Justice For All follows Traige and Tempus, two young students at Charles Xavier’s school for mutants who attempt to prove their worth during their first solo mission. Unfortunately, this includes a run-in with mutant-hunting Sentinels. Author Carrie Harris wrote the novel, which also features a cover drawn by Anastasia Bulgakova. You can read the book’s synopsis below:
“Two exceptional students face their ultimate test when they answer a call for help, in the first thrilling Xavier’s Institute novel, focused on the daring exploits of Marvel’s mutant heroes. As part of their training at the New Charles Xavier Institute, Triage and Tempus are allowed to attempt their first solo flying mission. Some way into their mission, they pick up an urgent SOS message – Sentinels are attacking a superpowered mutant, who is struggling to protect an injured politician. When they abandon their lesson and answer the call, however, the identity of both will cause the two young X-Men far more problems than they bargained for.”
Aside from Xavier’s Institute, Aconyte is releasing other books under the Marvel Heroines, Marvel Untold, and Legends of Asgard banners. The publisher is also planning to release two more books headlined by Doctor Doom and Tyr in December.
Marvel and Aconyte will release Liberty & Justice For All on November 3.
You can check out Bulgakova’s cover for the novel below, then tell us what you think in the comment section!
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