Comic Book Cats, number 44: X-Men volume 4 #10 variant cover drawn by David Lopez, published by Marvel Comics in April 2014.

Truthfully, being transformed into cats is hardly the weirdest thing to ever happen to the X-Men in their long and convoluted history (X-Babies, anyone?) and in fact it’s actually pretty darn adorable. David Lopez comes up with some interesting and clever renditions of the all-female X-Men team as felines.

In addition to X-Men, Lopez has worked on a number of different series over the past two decades. Among these are runs on Captain Marvel, Catwoman and Peter David’s creator-owned title Fallen Angel.
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Comic Book Cats, number 44: X-Men volume 4 #10 variant cover drawn by David Lopez, published by Marvel Comics in April 2014. Truthfully, being transformed into cats is hardly the weirdest thing to ever happen to the X-Men in their long and convoluted history (X-Babies, anyone?) and in fact it’s...