No creative team or characters were named at this time, but the long-running X-Men series is set to return with new issues this fall.
Uncanny X-Men ran uninterrupted through 544 issues before being relaunched as part of the Regenesis publishing initiative that followed the Schism event. It was then relaunched again after the Avengers vs. X-Men event with Brian Michael Bendis writing the adventures of Cyclops’ revolutionary X-Men team and then once more following Secret Wars with Magneto leading a morally grey team of X-Men. The title has been missing since the ResurrXion relaunch replaced most of the traditional X-Men titles with color-coded series like X-Men Blue and X-Men Gold.
However, both X-Men Blue and X-Men Gold are ending with their 36th issues, suggesting that Marvel is making room in the line for the return of Uncanny X-Men.
The return of Uncanny X-Men will likely spin out of the Extermination event series. That series is said to tell the final story of the time-displaced original five X-Men who are currently being featured in the pages of X-Men Blue. Their presumed departure from present day and the continuity shifts that may occur in the process will present a turning point for Marvel to once again reshuffle the X-Men comics line.