Roguepocalypse in Action and Child Endangerment in Excalibur #6 [Preview]

Excalibur #6 is in stores next week from Marvel Comics, and not a moment too soon, as we're all waiting to find out how Gambit is going to react to his wife absorbing the powers (and presumably personality) of Apocalypse. We mean, that's gotta have an effect on your sex life, right? These two have always been kinda kinky though, so we're betting they're into whatever this is. In any case, Tini Howard and Marcus To are responsible for this issue as well as the preview below…

Excalibur #6 [Preview]

In which we jump directly into the action, as Morgan le Fay braces for an attack from Apocalypse.

Excalibur #6 [Preview]

Of course, it's not Apocalypse who shows up. Well, not exactly.

Excalibur #6 [Preview]

And can we talk about Jubilee bringing Shogo into battle, presumably on purpose this time? We understand that the last time Shogo ended up in Otherworld and turned out to be a dragon, she had no choice as they were transported there without warning and had to make the best of it. But now she seems fully on board with using her baby as a weapon.

Then again, maybe she just wants to get away from Rictor, who has taken up reciting poetry.

Excalibur #6 [Preview]

But this is no time for poetry. It's time for an epic final showdown!

Excalibur #6 [Preview]

Excalibur #6 is in stores on Wednesday. The solicit below… er… appears to be for last issue. Nice job as always, Diamond.

(W) Tini Howard (A) Marcus To (CA) Mahmud Asrar
The Secret of Rogue's Coffin!
Locked in her mysterious coffin, Rogue dreams. Meanwhile, Apocalypse performs a ritual, and the throne of power changes hands. The reign of mutantkind reaches the Otherworld at last.
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 22, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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