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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: All of the miniseries titles went through name changes, as all the pitched names were overtly religious in nature (for example, "Marvelous X-Men" was initially "Exalted X-Men"). This was changed in development because it gave the wrong idea about the story.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: All of the miniseries titles went through name changes, as all the pitched names were overtly religious in nature (for example, "Marvelous X-Men" was initially "Exalted X-Men"). This was changed in development because it gave the wrong idea about the story.story - however, it is given a nod a couple of times when the X-Men are sardonically referred to as 'the Exalted X-Men'.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: All of the miniseries titles went through name changes, as all the pitched names were overtly religious in nature (for example, "Marvelous X-Men" was initially "Exalted X-Men). This was changed in development because it gave the wrong idea about the story.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: All of the miniseries titles went through name changes, as all the pitched names were overtly religious in nature (for example, "Marvelous X-Men" was initially "Exalted X-Men).X-Men"). This was changed in development because it gave the wrong idea about the story.


* LyingCreator: Prisoner X #1's cover shows a teenage girl with a braid. According to WordOfGod, this is Dani Moonstar, aka Mirage. But that's not possible if she's in Cyclops' ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen2018'' team (and later revealed to play a big role in ''ComicBook/WarOfTheRealms'')! But there was a member of ''ComicBook/XMenRed'' who has that same hairstyle: Trinary.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: All of the miniseries titles went through name changes, as all the pitched names were overtly religious in nature (for example, "Marvelous X-Men" was initially "Exalted X-Men). This was changed in development because it gave the wrong idea about the story.
* WordOfGod: The Age of X-Man has four main rules separating it from our universe. Only the first "No Relationships," has been revealed in interviews.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: *WhatCouldHaveBeen: All of the miniseries titles went through name changes, as all the pitched names were overtly religious in nature (for example, "Marvelous X-Men" was initially "Exalted X-Men). X-Men). This was changed in development because it gave the wrong idea about the story.
* WordOfGod: *WordOfGod: The Age of X-Man has four main rules separating it from our universe. Only the first "No Relationships," has been revealed in interviews.


* LyingCreator: Prisoner X #1's cover shows a teenage girl with a braid. According to WordOfGod, this is Dani Moonstar, aka Mirage. But that's not possible if she's in Cyclops' ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen2018'' team (and later revealed to play a big role in ''ComicBook/WarOfTheRealms'')! But there was a member of ''ComicBook/XMenRed'' who has that same hairstyle: Trinary.

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* LyingCreator: Prisoner X #1's cover shows a teenage girl with a braid. According to WordOfGod, this is Dani Moonstar, aka Mirage. But that's not possible if she's in Cyclops' ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen2018'' team (and later revealed to play a big role in ''ComicBook/WarOfTheRealms'')! But there was a member of ''ComicBook/XMenRed'' who has that same hairstyle: Trinary.Trinary.
*WhatCouldHaveBeen: All of the miniseries titles went through name changes, as all the pitched names were overtly religious in nature (for example, "Marvelous X-Men" was initially "Exalted X-Men). This was changed in development because it gave the wrong idea about the story.
*WordOfGod: The Age of X-Man has four main rules separating it from our universe. Only the first "No Relationships," has been revealed in interviews.


* LyingCreator: Prisoner X #1's cover shows a teenage girl with a braid. According to WordOfGod, this is Dani Moonstar, aka Mirage. But that's not possible if she's in Cyclops' ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen2018'' team! But there was a member of ''ComicBook/XMenRed'' who has that same hairstyle: Trinary.

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* LyingCreator: Prisoner X #1's cover shows a teenage girl with a braid. According to WordOfGod, this is Dani Moonstar, aka Mirage. But that's not possible if she's in Cyclops' ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen2018'' team! team (and later revealed to play a big role in ''ComicBook/WarOfTheRealms'')! But there was a member of ''ComicBook/XMenRed'' who has that same hairstyle: Trinary.

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* LyingCreator: Prisoner X #1's cover shows a teenage girl with a braid. According to WordOfGod, this is Dani Moonstar, aka Mirage. But that's not possible if she's in Cyclops' ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen2018'' team! But there was a member of ''ComicBook/XMenRed'' who has that same hairstyle: Trinary.

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