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X-Babies: Before They Were X-Men

by Range

I don’t remember the exact issue in which the X-Men became babies, but I seem to remember seeing them as such, for a short while at least. Regardless, illustrator Skottie Young had his own vision of the super-powered tots and redesigned some of the classic X-Men as babies.


These X-Babies would make a dangerous class for any teacher. Can you imagine the temper tantrums? And yes, I know it couldn’t happen because mutants in the Marvel universe manifest their powers during puberty.

x-babies x-men skottie young

Skottie created these images after he had worked his magic on some Star Wars pictures. Skottie Young and Scott Morse collaborate on a bi-weekly online comic called Scatterwood. The Xavier mutants in pre-school were used for badges at HeroesCon back in 2010.


[via Comics Cavern via Thaeger]

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