4. Sabretooth in Hell
Comic book: Sabretooth No. 1 (of 5)
Way back in House of X No. 6, one of the X-Men’s worst enemies Victor Creed (Sabretooth) was the first mutant of Krakoa to receive punishment for breaking the laws of the land ( Make more mutants, Murder no man, Respect the sacred land of Krakoa). His crime was killing humans. For that, he was exiled to The Pit. A place deep within Krakoa. For how long, no one knew. However, it seemed like forever.
In the first issue of Sabretooth’s mini-series, we see what Victor has been doing. He’s been having the time of his life. Creed escaped and was killing everyone who he felt deserved it. In actuality, it was all in his mind. At the end of the issue, more mutants are brought to The Pit where Sabretooth is king.
Why is this important?
Exiled mutants Nekra, Madison Jeffries, Oya, Melter, and Third Eye are about to find out their crime wasn’t equal to the punishment. If there was anyone that should be the king of mutant Hell, it’s Victory Creed. No one knows how to torture someone like Victor Creed. Even worse is he’ll enjoy it. The last thing Creed says is he’s going to practice on them and use what he learned on every mutant on Krakoa.