In which the X-Men switch sides

Ok, by popular demand a couple of extra Early Modern Marvel comics, but only because the Bahrain Grand Prix is bobbins. As I said in the last post, the 17th Century was a time of impassioned divisions. These divisions cut across all sorts of traditional social ties, such as family and even religion, with many key players switching sides as their conscience dictated. A good example being General Monck’s career and in particular his role in the Restoration,  while he started the Civil War as a Royalist he became one of the finest leaders of the parliamentarian cause, only to become the most important player in the return of the Monarchy from exile.

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Anyway, turns out Wolverine & co. swapped sides too. Here I reveal their hitherto unknown role in the Great Troubles:

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Wolverine Switches Sides

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Prince Rupert vs Magneto

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2 thoughts on “In which the X-Men switch sides

  1. LillaBrunaElk

    Agree on the Grand Prix – megabobbins. Mr Elk is however gripped but did look away long enough to see why I was chortling so much! As comic aficionado he was impressed and Stan Lee was even mentioned.

    I am very much enjoying your cartoons from what I am choosing to call the “Naive School” of cartooning. Naive only in education, not humour *thinks over typical tweets, blushes*

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