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Currently the X-Men and "Marvel Universe" panel is happening at NYCC, so I will be organizing the information according to which series the announcements are for.
Update (11:44AM): Editor Nick Lowe is beginning to announce the new slate of All-New Marvel NOW! books. Look out for updates.
Update (12:03PM): During a rapid-fire Q&A session, a new Iron Fist announcement was teased but not officially announced. According to Nick Lowe a new Juggernaut-related project is said to be in development by a writer that is not present at the panel.
Panel has wrapped up. Check out all the cool info we've already had announced at one panel! And there are still 13 teasers left to reveal what they're for, so expect lots of announcements over the course of the weekend. If you'd like to see images from this panel, head on over to this article right here, where they're all rounded up:
Thunderbolts and She-Hulk:
I know it's not very...X-Men related, but at the "Amazing X-Men and the Marvel Universe" panel at New York Comic-Con (happening right now), it has been announced that Ghost Rider will be joining the Thunderbolts in February, in Thunderbolts #20.NOW! which is essentially the equivalent of a brand-new Thunderbolts #1. This is what the "Sinners" teaser image was about. Expect more updates on this page and throughout the weekend on other Marvel and DC panels at New York Comic-Con.
Charles Soule's previously announced She-Hulk ongoing was just reiterated at the panel. The series will be following the life of long-time Avenger She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters in her life as a lawyer and a super-hero.
All-New X-Men/Uncanny X-Men:
Not much has been announced thusfar for All-New X-Men but as you can see there's a good chance there will be some big announcements coming.
X-23 will be joining the cast of All-New X-Men post- Battle of the Atom, which is a bit of a spoiler for those reading Avengers Arena, as it shows that she gets out alive. Also, there will apparently be big announcements at the end of the panel for All-New X-Men.
All-New X-Men and Guardians of the Galaxy will be crossing over for a story arc titled "The Trial of Jean Grey." This is what the teasers "Judgment" and "Trial" were for. The books will crossover for three issues of each series. The focus of the story is that various alien species from across the galaxy have decided that they should hold young Jean Grey accountable for her actions when she was the Phoenix. According to Lowe, there will be "surprise characters." in the arc. This will be a team-up story for the Guardians of the Galaxy and the All-New X-Men. The Guardians don't like it when aliens mess with Earth, so they're there to get the X-Men back to safety.
Wolverine and the X-Men:
WatXMen will be taking on S.H.I.E.L.D. which leads to the X-Men coming back into the Marvel Universe as a whole, as opposed to being off in their own corner.
The "Wrath" teaser image is for the next upcoming arc of Savage Wolverine by Richard Isanove.
Deadpool is going to have some life-changing moments coming up in the next few months. Gerry Duggan says he has the series plotted out for quite a while. There will be a Deadpool Annual in November by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, and Evan "Doc" Shaner. Apparently we'll get the answer to why Deadpool's caption boxes aren't white.
Uncanny X-Force and Cable and X-Force:
The X-Force books will be crossing over in January, where "Cable kicks the shit out of the imposters" according to Cable and X-Force writer Dennis Hopeless. The crossover is titled "Vendetta."