Getting Inside The Heads Of The X-Men Today

Want to get insiden the head oif your favourite characters? It’s getting easier and easier. You can do it with pure telepathy, as Jean Grey discovers in All-New X-Men, out today.

Kid Apocalypse, in Wolverine & The X-Men, has the aid of some revelatory mirrors to show his desire to be, well, Superman it seems. Including a swipe file from the cover of Action Comics #1.

X-Men Legacy is nothing but this with Legion doing his best impersonation of a Dan Clowes drawing and he cycles through his various personalities.

We get a first person perspective viewpoint of the world from Deadpool in Thunderbolts which suddenly makes the character make a lot more sense.

While Cable And X-Force does this… well… just a little too literally for my liking.

Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London.

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