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By now you know that Lucas Bishop—former cop, renegade X-Man—refuses to rest until he's killed the so-called "mutant messiah." But do you know why? To answer that question you have to look into Bishop's past…which actually means jumping 50 years into the future, when his parents barely escaped a nuclear holocaust, only to land in the most brutal "mutant relocation" camp in the world. There, a young Bishop first heard the horror stories about the green-eyed monster that ushered in the the downfall of mutantkind, and swore vengeance -- embarking on a life-long, time-hopping mission that begins here, in this special three-part mini-series. You haven't heard the "Messiah Complex" story until you've heard Bishop's side of the story…

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Bishop's backstory just got more confusing 0

Bishop is an unfortunate character.I don't mean that he's a bad character. I actually really enjoyed him for the first ten years or so of his existence. But ever since Joseph Harris' excellent and underrated Bishop: The Last X-Man series came to an end, it feels like no one has ever bothered to read up on Bishop's past. Or if they have, it's only to rework what's come before to fit the new narrative crafted by people who don't know about him.When Bishop was first introduced in the early 90s, he ...

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