Major X or Major Manspreader? Next Week's Major X #1 from Rob Liefeld

Who is Major X? That is the question at the core of the brand new X-Men series launching next week from the mind of the most important comic book creator of the past thirty years, maybe of all time, Rob Liefeld. We've seen Major X without his helmet, but he doesn't appear to be someone we've seen before, which makes it impossible to discern his literal identity. But what can we infer about Major X as a person?

Well, we know he's from an alternate future where the X-Men and X-Force are considered legendary heroes. We know he carries adamantium swords and can beat Wolverine in a fight. And now, thanks to this preview of next week's Major X #1, we know that Major X is an extreme manspreader. Just gaze into the wonder of Major X's crotch as he straddles a defeated Cable in this preview…

Extreme Manspreading in Next Week's Major X #1

Mmm. Hypnotizing.

Major X or Major Manspreader? Next Week's Major X #1 from Rob Liefeld

It truly is magnificent, is it not? How can Cable hope to win if he can't even look directly at it?!

Extreme Manspreading in Next Week's Major X #1

Okay, and who is the gray Beast guy? All will be revealed, hopefully, as Major X launches next Wednesday.

Major X #1
(W) Rob Liefeld (A/CA) Rob Liefeld
• A mysterious new player enters the Marvel Universe and the X-Men are in his crosshairs!
• What is his mission and how can the man known as Cable hope to stop him?
• Writer/artist Rob Liefeld introduces a new wrinkle in the saga of Marvel's Mightiest Mutants!
• The Mystery of MAJOR X continues in issue #2 as he forges a union with Cable – and races against time to save mutantkind from certain devastation!
Rated T+
In Shops: Apr 03, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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