The Order of X by Nate Hallinan

Posted by The Daily Zombies Sunday, December 29, 2013

Marvel's merry mutants find themselves in the Medieval Age in The Order of X, a series of prints conjured by artist Nate Hallinan



Ever wonder how Marvel's X-Men would fare if they were set in the Medieval Ages? Neil Gaiman's 1602 has given us a good look at that concept, but in The Order of X, the concept is further fleshed out thanks to artist Nate Hallinan

Here's how Hallinan describe the project:

The Order of X is a group of ‘gifted’ individuals in the service of Lord Charles Xavier. The Order provides sanctuary and protection to individuals outcast by society due to their innate abnormalities. These people are often misidentified as monsters, demons, warlocks and witches. Only those who are accepting of the ‘gifted’ are welcome in the realm of Lord Xavier.



Hit the jump to check out these cool prints that are now available from INPRNT and also check out the link for Hallinan's background story and concept art behind each pieces.



 Colossus

Cyclops

Lady Grey

Lord Xavier 

Nightcrawler

 Stormbringer

Wolve’rune (sans mask)

 Wolve’rune






http://rampagedreality.com/post/69649759371/incredible-series-of-medieval-x-men-illustrations

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