Four scans apiece from two assured low-selling titles from two Marvel Adventures writers now migrating into the 616 universe: Jeff Parker's relaunch of Exiles, and Fred Van Lente's miniseries featuring Lyra, a Jeff Parker character.
Starting with Exiles #1, by Parker and artist Salva Espin (who just did that AU issue of Incredible Herc, so this seems like a logical development).
For starters, no mention here of anything from Chris Claremont's recent run (hooray!), though one assumes whenever they get around to explaining the setup more we'll see something, given the characters. Anyhoo, Morph is now a Timebroker; the team is AU versions of Forge, Scarlet Witch, Beast, Polaris, Black Panther, and the old Exiles standard Blink (who is the same character, according to Parker, though she's acting like this is all new to her, so there's another thing to watch for). So Morph fills everybody in on some aspects of the job:
So they get sent on Job #1, the vague instructions of which are "help Wolverine defeat Magneto"; the team takes turns introducing themselves (though, in a touch I really liked, everybody's mostly familiar with who the others are):
I'm guessing something happened to this reality's Professor X.
Over in Fred Van Lente's Savage She-Hulk #1 (this is a pretty obvious case of a story getting pitched and then Marvel (sensibly) slapping a semi-commercial title on it), we check in with the clone-daughter of Hulk and alternate-future Thundra (there's a lengthy interview in the back of this with Parker, VL, and Paul Tobin in which Parker says that his original idea called for them to have sex, but this got downgraded to her scraping some cells off of him in a fight). First, from the future, her mission briefing:
She skirmishes with A.R.M.O.R. (one of VL's creations from Marvel Zombies 3, responsible for monitoring alternate realities), and A.R.M.OR. calls in a specialist: