X-Men: See The Disgusting Things Being Done To Mutants In These Exclusive Photos

Within the X-Men universe, some truly terrible atrocities have been committed against mutant kind. Because of fear of the unknown, governments and scientists have ignored the fact that the members of Homo superior are still conscious creatures with emotion, personality and awareness. We’ve seen this happen in many different ways over the course of the X-Men franchise – most recently in Days of Future Past - but today we have an exclusive look at some of the worst of the worst.

There has been a brand new development in the recently launched X-Men viral campaign, with hackers from the M-Underground movement having recently accessed some terrifying files from the Tandem Initiative. While the full leak is going live tomorrow, we have an early look that is sure to send a chill down your spine: a full gallery of autopsy photos of mutants who were the subject of horrific medical testing,

Those of you who have seen X-Men: First Class likely recognize the mutant in the body bag below – though I guess she’s a bit harder to identify without her shimmering insect wings. As seen briefly in X-Men: Days of Future , that’s Zoe Kravitz as Angel Salvadore. It’s unclear exactly what was done to her, but it clearly didn’t end well.

Angel Autopsy Photo Days of Future Past

We can’t say exactly how she met her end, but it’s rather horrific to think of what she went through only to end up on a cold slab with a Y-incision in her chest:

Angel Autopsy Photo Days of Future Past

The sad truth is that Angel is far from the only dead mutant in this whole affair. In the gallery at the bottom of this page you’ll find images of mutants who all met grim ends thanks to the work being done at the Tandem Initiative. There’s some rather disturbing imagery, so only look if you have a strong stomach!

Keep checking out both the M-Underground and Tandem Initiative websites updates, and look for X-Men: Days of Future Past on Blu-ray and DVD on October 14th.

Eric Eisenberg
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