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X-Men: Days Of Future Past Ties Comic Books To JFK Assassination! Watch Controversial New Ad HERE!

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X-Men has always been a sociopolitical allegory, propagating ideas of racial and sexual equality through the use of fictional mutants.

But they may have gone a little far by involving the real-life death of John F. Kennedy in the mythos for the upcoming Days Of Future Past- especially so close to the 50-year anniversary of the tragedy!

This new viral ad suggests Michael Fassbender's character Magneto was the one responsible for killing Kennedy!

Is this disrespectful? Or a fair use of historical fiction?

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and let us know what U think!

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5 comments to “X-Men: Days Of Future Past Ties Comic Books To JFK Assassination! Watch Controversial New Ad HERE!”



  1. 1

    He has been dead for 50 years ! Not 50 days !



  2. 2

    This is fiction, Perez ! Fiction !

  3. Demo-Man says – reply to this


    3

    X-MEN takes place in an "alternate reality", as most comic books do. So I would say that this is fair use.

  4. Jonovision says – reply to this


    4

    I suspect that Magneto was framed for the murder in the movie by TRASK Industries, who wanted to build robot "Sentinels" to protect the people from "the mutant threat". Magneto is innocent!



  5. 5

    Sorry Perez - I still remember that like it was yesterday. I was too young to vote but we all admired him and most people of my generation, if you ask them, almost to a person they all remember where they were when this happened.