Jonathan Hickman Defends Jean Grey’s Costume in Coded Message

Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman took to Twitter Tuesday with a coded message in defense of Jean Grey’s costume. Ditching the costume she had been wearing in X-Men Red, Jean appears in House of X #1 in her classic green miniskirt Marvel Girl costume. Hickman posted an image of Phil Noto’s House of X #1 variant with Krakoan letters over it which read “Free thighs for a free people.”

Jonathan Hickman Defends Jean Grey's Costume in Coded Message

Of course, there could be other reasons behind Jean’s reversion to her past look, but Hickman is taking his time revealing why the X-Men of HoXPoX are so different from the ones we last saw at the end of Uncanny X-Men. Maybe he never will.

In addition to his defense of Jean’s costume, Hickman also revealed yesterday that Powers of X #6 had a higher print run than Powers of X #1 in a tweet urging retailers to order X-Men #1 on that day’s final order cutoff, which has now passed.

Now that’s a tease! Who could he be talking about? We’ll find out tomorrow.

POWERS OF X #5 (OF 6)
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(W) Jonathan Hickman (A/CA) R. B. Silva
As Cerebro does as it was intended to do, Sinister does what Sinister does best and the future comes to an end. Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (FF, NEW AVENGERS, INFINITY) continues his reshaping of X-History alongside breakout artist R.B. Silva (UNCANNY X-MEN). The Future of the X-Men begins here!
Rated T+
In Shops: Sep 25, 2019
SRP: $4.99

 

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