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manifestly non religious

BELOW: Anti-mutant villain Donald Pierce points out Eric Gitter's "mercenary" nature. Gitter (a.k.a. Ink) has captured two innocent young women and delivered them to a killer, purely for money.

Anti-mutant villain Donald Pierce points out Eric Gitter's mercenary nature. Gitter (a.k.a. Ink) has captured two innocent young women and delivered them to a killer, purely for money.

Source: Young X-Men #3 (Aug. 2008): "LifeDeath", panel 3. Written by Marc Guggenheim. Art by Kris Justice, Ray Snyder, Yanick Paquette. See also: love of money; mercenary; manifestly non-religious; Ink (Eric Gitter)

BELOW: When the fledgling superhero Eric Gitter ("Ink") is first introduced, his foul language, unprovoked attack on police, and theft of a woman's car all demonstrate his manifestly non-religious nature.

When the fledgling superhero Eric Gitter (Ink) is first introduced, his foul language, unprovoked attack on police, and theft of a woman's car all demonstrate his manifestly non-religious nature.

Source: Young X-Men #1 (June 2008): "Final Genesis", pg. 14-15. Written by Marc Guggenheim. Art by Ray Snyder, Yanick Paquette. See also: vulgar language; stealing; manifestly non-religious; Ink (Eric Gitter)

BELOW: The manifestly non-religious nature of Eric Gitter ("Ink") is clearly evident here as he delivers innocent mutants Danielle Moonstar and Blindfold to the anti-mutant villain Donald Pierce. With his own words Ink acknowledges his morally questionable nature. But Ink refuses to kill the young women he captured, claiming, "Whatever else I am, I'm no killer." Although Ink won't kill them himself, he knows that Pierce might kill them.

The manifestly non-religious nature of Eric Gitter (Ink) is clearly evident here as he delivers innocent mutants Danielle Moonstar and Blindfold to the anti-mutant villain Donald Pierce.

Source: Young X-Men #3 (Aug. 2008): "LifeDeath", pg. 2, panels 2-5. Written by Marc Guggenheim. Art by Kris Justice, Ray Snyder, Yanick Paquette. See also: murder; manifestly non-religious; Ink (Eric Gitter)