Gambit and Deadpool Chase a Naked Rogue Doppelganger in Sneak Peek at Mr. and Mrs. X #3

Posted by September 12, 2018 Comment

Welcome to Bleeding Cool, your number one online destination for the SEO keyword “naked Rogue doppelganger.” It’s no longer X-Men Monday, but Uncanny X-Men writer Kelly Thompson posted a late addition to the international weekly holiday on Tuesday featuring a panel from the upcoming Mr. and Mrs. X #3. In the previous issues, Rogue and Gambit’s honeymoon was interrupted by a request from X-Men leader Kitty Pryde to retrieve a mysterious package. They ran into Deadpool along the way, also after the package, and it turns out the mysterious package contained a mysterious egg. When that mysterious egg hatched, it contained… a naked Rogue doppelganger?

Weird indeed. And in Thompson’s sneak peek at next week’s issue, we see an angry Rogue on an intergalactic Skype call with Kitty, clearly annoyed that she’s wasting her honeymoon on this. And it looks like Gambit and Deadpool are struggling to keep the naked Rogue doppelganger “under wraps.” Check out the panel below, and look for Mr. and Mrs. X #3 in stores in September 19th.

(And look for our editor to be pretty pissed about incoming search traffic over the next week as well.)

Mr. and Mrs. X #3
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(W) Kelly Thompson (A) Oscar Bazaldua (CA) Terry Dodson
LOVE & MARRIAGE PART 3!
ROGUE and GAMBIT’S romantic getaway is but a faint memory as they’re forced to team up with DEADPOOL to protect a dangerous and extremely valuable “package” when half the galaxy comes to claim it. What secrets does the package hold that the Imperial Guard and Deathbird (with an entire Shi’ar rebellion in tow!) will risk everything for? More importantly, can Rogue, Gambit, and Deadpool stop bickering long enough to win?
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 19, 2018
SRP: $3.99

(Last Updated September 12, 2018 5:27 pm )

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