A mutant security enforcement officer from a bleak future, named Bishop, comes back to present time to thwart an assassination in an attempt to change history for a better future. The time transportation made his mind a little fuzzy and with little to work on as to who did the assassination and not having full details of how it happens, Bishop may have more work than he can handle alone. Written by
Tim Von Cloedt
Did You Know?
In the original comics story of "The Days of Future Past," the time traveler is Kitty Pryde, who does not appear at all in this series. She is replaced by Bishop, who does not appear in the original story. In this version, Bishop insists on going, over Wolverine's objections. In the film version, X-Men: Days of Future Past
(2014), it is Wolverine who travels back in time. The film seems to reference the heroes of both previous versions of the story. Kitty Pryde does not travel back through time herself, but is able to send other peoples' consciousness into their younger bodies, and at first it is Bishop whom she sends. See more
Everybody can relax! Gambit has returned.
YOU! You're the reason I've come back!
[draws his rifle
Mon ami! There's been maybe a small mistake...
Traitor! Your future end *now!*
References The Terminator