Britain's Worst Nightmare Isn't Boris Johnson in Excalibur #4 [Preview]

Excalibur #4 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by Tini Howard and Marcus To, and as Britain reckons with the recent Conservative victory in their election from last week, the country has some other problems to deal with as well. So they've invited Excalibur for a meeting with the Queen.

Excalibur #4 [Preview]

And it looks like Britain has one more man with really messy hair set to cause them some problems.

Excalibur #4 [Preview]

As Gambit is not in a mood for anti-mutant protestors, especially when his wife is being all Sleeping Beauty in the lighthouse.

Excalibur #4 [Preview]

Meanwhile, it looks like Rictor is doing much better since hooking up with Apocalypse… even if he seems uncharacteristically accepting of the former villain.

Excalibur #4 [Preview]

Excalibur #4 hits stores on Wednesday.

(W) Tini Howard (A) Marcus To (CA) Mahmud Asrar
Captain Britain must face the truth about her brother and choose her path forward as MI-13 and the agents of the crown become aware of her ascension. As the lighthouse grows, Apocalypse and Rictor must master the earth beneath their feet.
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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