|It's like laxative for your stomach.|
Also, Brian Michael Bendis has shown a recent history of using deceptive covers. They may show one thing, but they don't actually happen in the book itself. Case and point:
|This never happened.|
|Magneto learns to choke a bitch.|
With this in mind, that nauseating cover may not amount to much. But I'm never convinced. Like catching the clap from a hooker, it only takes once. I hope it's not All New X-men #15, especially since this is the last issue of All New X-men before the big Battle of the Atom event in September. But as my Uncle Dickjacker once said, "If hope were whiskey we would all have died of liver disease by now. Now where the fuck are my pants?"
And if you can look past the disturbing cover, there is another story that promises to unfold in All New X-men #15 that Brian Michael Bendis revealed months ago. This will be the issue that O5 Jean Grey finally confronts Rachel Grey, who for some reason hasn't noticed that her time displaced mother is now at the Jean Grey Institute. It's one thing to confront your mother from an apocalyptic future. It's quite another to confront her when she's a time displaced teenager as well. It's like Freaky Friday on crack that Lindsey Lohan hasn't smoked yet. It has so much appeal that my stomach might actually forgive me. And this past week, we finally got a preview of what we can expect.
There's no Beast, but it does show a teenage Jean Grey wearing only a towel so I consider that a win. And my penis will always have priority over my stomach. That's just the way it is. And I hope that in the end my penis is happier than my stomach. This is the last stop in the road until Battle of the Atom and I would like it if I didn't have another reason to hate Beast. Nuff said!