X-Man Argues for Civility in Politics in Next Week's Uncanny X-Men #5

X-Man Argues for Civility in Politics in Next Week’s Uncanny X-Men #5

Posted by December 10, 2018 Comment

Kitty Pryde recently announced her intentions to run for president in the Merry X-Men Holiday Special, so it’s no surprise that in this preview of next week’s Uncanny X-Men #5, Kitty finds herself in a political debate with one of the X-Men’s greatest foes, Apocalypse. Kitty talks about ending hatred in the world by showing people there’s a better way, leading by example. Apocalypse, however, finds her viewpoint naive.

But when Kitty points out that she’s not likely to take advice from a genocidal maniac, Nate Grey jumps in to tell her to settle down…

Yes, it’s always important to hear both sides of the argument. How *would* a genocidal maniac save the world? Mightn’t this genocidal maniac have some good ideas?

Uncanny X-Men #5 hits stores next week.

Uncanny X-Men #5
(W) Ed Brisson, Kelly Thompson, Matthew Rosenberg (A) R. B. Silva (CA) Elizabeth Torque
X-MEN DISASSEMBLED CONTINUES!
Just when things didn’t look like they could get worse… The ride of the Four Horsemen of Salvation? The coming of X-Man? And…a return to the AGE OF APOCALYPSE? The weekly epic that threatens to leave the X-Men in tatters rolls on toward its explosive conclusion!
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 12, 2018
SRP: $3.99

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(Last Updated December 9, 2018 8:33 pm )

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