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X-Men Monday Call for Questions: Jordan D. White

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X-Men Monday Call for Questions: Jordan D. White

Don’t miss your chance to have your questions answered by X-Men Senior Editor Jordan D. White!

Much like those marvelous mutants it spotlights, X-Men Monday at AIPT can’t help but evolve. But the column was founded on a very simple premise: X-Fans ask X-Men Senior Editor Jordan D. White (non-spoiler) questions about the current X-Books. In the next edition of X-Men Monday, we’re revisiting that classic recipe so that all of you (yes, even YOU) can ask Jordan whatever’s been marinating in your head these past few days, weeks or months.

You know, before we all have to get ready for the Hellfire Gala.

Listen to the latest episode of our weekly comics podcast!

Got a question for Jordan? Read the official rules below and fill out the form, then check back May 3 to see if your question was answered!

Deadline: Monday, April 26 at 5 PM EST

Ask Questions About: Why X-Men, of course!

No Spoiler Questions! (We mean it.)

… and questions about Jean’s dress (please and thank you).

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