Muslim inserts anti-Christian & anti-Jewish messages into X-Men Gold comic

Marvel comic soiled by Muslim hatred.

Marvel comics have removed a book from circulation after fans spotted ‘secret, coded anti-Christian and anti-Jewish messages’ in the artwork.

Indonesian artist Ardian Syaf inserted several hidden references to passages of the Koran and Muslim protests against the Christian governor of Jakarta in the X-Men Gold #1 comic.

Marvel has said it will take disciplinary action against the artist and said the drawings will be removed from the comic.

  • Tom Forsythe

    Taking it off the market makes it more valuable.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      To comic book geeks.

    • True.

  • Dana Garcia

    Comics selling the Diversity crap are downright evil — destroying kids’ minds with their commie claptrap.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Seinfeld has a joke about homophobia.
      He says it derives from the sneaking suspicion that a man can be talked into anything by a salesman.
      It’s funny, but I fundamentally disagree.
      I love the music of a lot of bands that I disagree with politically, like the Housemartins, but they never seduced me.

    • I agree who needs a gay Sup

      • GrimmCreeper

        Replace him with Fabulousman.

  • Tom Forsythe

    Old comic book readers like me are just going “ANOTHER new X-Men title??? Give me a break!”

  • Literally Hitler

    They should leave it on the market as a commemorative of the last work the bastard ever sold. A kind of gibbet, if you will, to deter others.

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    Wow, it’s a good thing the “good” Muslims only work at Lester B. Pearson and other airports in Montreal and the rest of Canada and the USA, while the “evil” ones are employed by Marvel Comics.

    For a minute there I thought maybe an “evil” Muslim might be working in the Liberal Party of Canada or a Canadian airport.

    I can sleep better now. *sigh*

  • Exile1981

    Another nail in the marvel coffin. Disney is dragging the value down more every day.