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The X-Men of Your Wildest Fantasies

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Neil Gaiman gave us the X-Men in the Elizabethan era, but Nate Hallinan has taken them to another plane entirely: the setting of medieval fantasy. I mean really: where else are you going to find an elvish Nightcrawler and a dwarvish Wolverine? I just have one problem, that’s that Hallinan lacks a fantasy interpretation Rogue, a character whose name is also a Dungeons & Dragons class, for heaven’s sake.

You can find all these pictures at Hallinan’s DeviantArt, but if you’re looking for high res detail shots of these lovely images, you should check his Facebook gallery.

(via io9.)

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