There might be a lot of epic action to be found in the blockbuster hit 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' but the X-Men PSAs series shows that much more can be taken from the franchise than that. There are many lessons to be learned from the trials and tribulations of these mutants, both good and bad. So much so that parents shouldn't think twice about exposing them to the story lines and characters.
Created by Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman of Dorkly, a studio that offers 'fun take on fandom,' as written on Facebook, the X-Men PSAs series cautions people against potentially harmful situations in hilarious ways. For instance, one reads, "If you're on fire: Stop. Remember that 'being on fire' is your mutant power. Become a powerful metaphor for the oppression of minorites."
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