Uncanny X-Men #20, A Case Against Vaccination? (Preview)

Uncanny X-Men #20 hits stores next week, as Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larroca's run on the book edges closer to oblivion ahead of Jonathan Hickman's line-wide relaunch. With nothing left to lose, is Matthew Rosenberg including an anti-vaccination message in the pages of the book? Well, read the preview below and decide for yourself!

It begins with a young child receiving a vaccination, assured by his doctor that the side effects are negligible. But something feels not quite right…

An Anti-Vaxxer's Nightmare in Uncanny X-Men #20

The doctor brushes off the kid's concerns as pain increases…

An Anti-Vaxxer's Nightmare in Uncanny X-Men #20

…until it's too late.

An Anti-Vaxxer's Nightmare in Uncanny X-Men #20

Of course, we don't know what was actually in the vaccine. Sure, it's almost certainly the mutant cure invented by The Beast, stolen by Emma Frost, and handed over to O.N.E. to weaponize as a method of eliminating all mutants. But how do you know there's not an anti-mutant cure in any vaccine? Well, besides the fact that mutants don't actually exist. Look, we're just trying to see where Matthew Rosenberg is coming from here.

Uncanny X-Men #20 makes your anti-vaxxer nightmares come true when it hits stores on Wednesday.

Uncanny X-Men #20
(W) Matthew Rosenberg (A) Salvador Larroca (CA) Whilce Portacio
First – learn the truth about the Hellfire Club's involvement in the X-Men's quest. Then, the mutant race faces elimination at the hands of a vaccine erasing the X-Gene from future generations…
Rated T+
In Shops: Jun 19, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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