“What If…?” Pixar made an X-Babies movie

What happens when you combine a mutant terrorist with a toddler? You get Lil’ Magnus. I’m sure they stopped picking on him at daycare once he started whipping Slinkys around.

3D artist Victor Hugo created this fan art of the Master of Magnetism based on Scottie Young renditions of X-Babies.

Ah, the X-Babies. Those little stinkers were dreamed up by Chris Claremont and Art Adams and first appear in the pages of X-Men in 1988 (Uncanny X-Men Annual #12 for the trivia buffs). Though looking at this panel from the issue, they don’t like babies so much as a team of miniature X-Men.

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(via: Movies.com)

 

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2 responses to ““What If…?” Pixar made an X-Babies movie

  1. Jess

    this is by far one of the coolest things I’ve seen online its not my phones background thanks!!!

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  2. that would be pritty cool to see babies on tv

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