Young X-Men #3 (Aug. 2008):
by Marc Guggenheim, Yanick Paquette, Ray Snyder, Kris Justice
24 characters in this story:
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.
Source: Young X-Men #3 (Aug. 2008): "LifeDeath", pg. 2, panels 2-5. Written by Marc Guggenheim. Art by Yanick Paquette, Ray Snyder, Kris Justice. See also: murder; manifestly non-religious; Ink (Eric Gitter)
BELOW: Rockslide invokes "Holy God!": Young X-Men Rockslide, Wolf Cub and Dust attacked Magma (having been misled by Donald Pierce disguised as Cyclops). Magma super-heated Dust in her sand form, turning her to glass. Rockslide, a nominal Catholic, utters "Holy God!" in shock and perhaps as an unconscious prayer.
Coincidentally, the "glassified" Dust (who is a Muslim) appears in this panel remarkably like a statue of the Virgin Mary. This is probably unintentional.
Source: Young X-Men #3 (Aug. 2008): "LifeDeath", pg. 9, panel 2. Written by Marc Guggenheim. Art by Yanick Paquette, Ray Snyder, Kris Justice. See also: invoking deity; Catholic; Rockslide (Santo Vaccarro)