Nate Grey Leans Heavily on Nostalgia in Next Week's Age of X-Man Alpha

Next week, the Age of X-Man kicks off in the aptly titled Age of X-Man Alpha special from Marvel Comics. In Uncanny X-Men #10, Nate Grey, the titular X-Man, vanished himself and all of the X-Men to an alternate universe, a utopia where mutants are beloved instead of hated and feared. It's kind of a metaphor for Disney buying Fox and Marvel suddenly realizing it can promote the X-Men again, if you think about it.

In any case, we get a glimpse of what utopia looks like for X-Man in this preview of the comic, and it looks an awful lot like 1950s America, complete with full service gas stations.

Nate Grey Leans Heavily on Nostalgia in Next Week's Age of X-Man Alpha

Pining for a bygone era and forcing everyone else to relive it? X-Man really is just the ultimate comic book fan, isn't he?

Age of X-Man Alpha hits stores next Wednesday.

Age of X-Man Alpha
(W) Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler (A) Ramon Rosanas (CA) Phil Noto
The age of X-Man dawns…
and the X-Men cannot stop it.
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 30, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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