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X-Men Monday Call for Questions – Tini Howard

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X-Men Monday Call for Questions – Tini Howard

Don’t miss your chance to get your questions answered by Excalibur writer Tini Howard!

The new year has certainly been kind to X-Fans. This past Monday, Wolverine and X-Force writer Benjamin Percy made a visit to X-Men Monday at AIPT. Next Monday, Cable and Marauders writer Gerry Duggan does the same. Now, I’m happy to break the news that Monday, January 18th is Excalibur writer Tini Howard’s time to shine!

Following the epic X of Swords, surely you have questions for Tini, so read the rules and fill out the official form below. Then, return on the 18th to see if your questions were answered!

Listen to the latest episode of the X-Reads Podcast!

Deadline: Saturday, January 9 at 5 PM EST

Ask Questions About: Excalibur, X of Swords, X-Men in general

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