they are going to have a new, "Exiles," comic! The writer will be Saladin Ahmed and the artist is Javier Rodriguez, so a solid team. For those who don't know what, "Exiles," is/was, it existed as an X-Men-ish comic where a cast of mostly-mutants found themselves traveling to a variety of alternate dimensions. These adventures involved them usually having a random task they needed to solve for that world before going on to the next one (think, "Sliders," or, "Quantum Leap," but with X-Men). Anyways, it is coming back now and will feature a team led by, "Blink," who spent a good deal of time as an, "Exile," back in the day.
As someone who love alternate-universe tales and has always gotten a kick out of seeing various parts of the Marvel Multiverse I loved the original comic back when it came out in 2001 under Judd Winick and then a variety of writers both good and terrible. There was also a short-lived run in 2009 under Jeff Parker that fizzled out quickly and was cancelled within six-issues. I don't know if the new book is going to (tentatively) be an ongoing comic or a limited series, but I'm just happy to see a new(ish) Marvel book I'm actually excited for.
of course love it now, and I'm enjoying the current, "Moon Knight," comic but that wasn't really new considering we seem to have had a Moon Knight comic coming-out nearly constantly with just the occasional few-month gap ever since Charlie Huston's phenomenal run on the character some years ago. Therefore, we've not had a new book for me to get pumped about reading in some time from Marvel.
I mean, even calling, "Exiles," a new book is pushing it as it is kind a re-launch, albeit one that took 9 years to happen. Still, the fact I'm at least intrigued and eager to see a team of mutants explore various realities of the Marvel Universe is a good thing. I just hope this is good and doesn't have weird, "Marvel Legacy," numbering which seems to confuse potential readers and drive them away moreso than drawing them in.