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The X-Men Just Got Medieval

By Tim Wainwright Sep 24, 2013

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The Order of X

Uber-talented artist Nate Halliman has made a series of gorgeous prints titled The Order of X, and it's one of the best pop culture anachronisms yet. It answers the question, "What would the X-men be like in 1066?" Halliman explains his inspiration on his website: "Prejudice and discrimination were rampant in our history. Being a darker and less civilized time, fear and hatred ran deeper making it an interesting setting for the X-Men. The task to protect and defend the ‘gifted’ would be near insurmountable." Read on to see individual profiles of your favorite heroes.

Tags: comic books, slideshows, x-men, art, fan art, the order of x

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Tim Wainwright

Tim Wainwright writes about monsters, sexual ethics, and public sector employee pension reform--and sometimes other things. You can follow him on twitter @Tim_Wainwright , because he has a strange desire to have people read the things he writes. He is growing to accept the fact that people will always call him "bud", and that he will never pull off the cowboy hat look.

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