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Author: Robert Diehl
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Index to Generation X
Version 1.0, last modified July 6, 2001
by Robert Diehl (rfdiehl@yahoo.com)


Introduction: 	Name the Frost girls.
	What 3 buildings on campus were destroyed?
	Who is Chevy?
	Where are Artie and Leech now? Mondo? Maggott? Tom Corsi? 
	Who is Penance III?

Lobdell:	Writer Scott Lobdell and artist Chris Bachalo created the team.
(1-28) with characters old and new. Emma Frost was made the most conflicted
schoolteacher since Michael Xavier, and repulsive powers were invented for
Chamber, Skin, Husk, and Penance. Mondo was a non-starter, and Emma, M, Jubilee,
and Chamber became most prominent. Oh, and Artie and Leech were given a tree
house.

	Best: Leech and Artie beating Bulwark while Jubilee beats Emplate.

	Not-So-Much-the-Best: the Glamour Machine.

Hama:	Larry Hama took over for a little over a year, and seemed to think what
the world needed was another cross-time caper, and then swapped M with Penance.

	Best: Chief Authier, Synch being nice to the punks who beat him.

	Not-So-Much-the-Best: the Pooka, Gaia, Bianca Laneige.

Faerber:	Jay Faerber brought in another, meaner Frost, broke up Jono and Paige
and gave her to a rich kid, and took the kids on their most enjoyable adventures.

	Best: Maggottıs visit, Paladin and Jubilee, the formal.

	Not-So-Much-the-Best: the third Penance, Monetıs vampire schoolmaster.

Ellis & Wood:	Warren Ellis and Brian Wood took over in iss. 63 as part of the
Counter-X revamp. They had time for 3 storylines before cancellation of many of
the X-books under new management.

	Best: 4 days.

	Not-So-Much-the-Best: Seanıs stereotypical Irish drunkenness.

Honorable Mention:	James Robinsonıs 3 OZT issues.

Dishonorable Mention:	Mahfood.

Anyway,	Enjoy the index. Let me know if you find any mistakes.



Issue:	Generation X Ashcan Edition
Date:	1994
Story:	<untitled> (14 pages)
Feature Characters:	Banshee (Sean Cassidy), White Queen (Emma Frost), Chamber
(Jonothon Evan Starsmore), Husk (Paige Guthrie), Penance (Monet Yvette Clarisse
Maria Therese St. Croix, see iss. 46), Mondo, Synch (Everett Thomas), M (twins
Nicolette and Claudette St. Croix, alias Monet St. Croix, alias Yvette), Skin
(Angelo Espinoza), Jubilee (Jubilation Lee)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	
Other Characters:	
Credits:	none.
Synopsis:	Sean introduces the team: himself the headmaster of Xavierıs new
school, the Massachusetts Academy, ³with a sonic wrecking ball for a voice.²
	Emma: headmistress, a former villain, with psychic powers. Her students the
Hellions were all killed.
	Chamber: a natural leader, with a bio-blast. The first time he used it, he
destroyed his chest and lower face.
	Husk: overconfident and optimistic. Able to metamorphisize.
	Penance: a mystery (from Yugoslavia, see iss. 46), dumped on the schoolıs
front lawn. Razor-sharp skin.
	Mondo: a laid-back Samoan, able to merge himself into his environment.
	Synch: able to copy the mutant abilities of others, he is the moral center of
the team.
	M: super strength and intelligence, with random temper tantrums.
	Skin: six extra feet of prehensile skin, hailing from the violent
neighborhood of South Central L.A.
	Jubilee: fireworks, and an ex-X-Man. The youngest, at age 13_.

Issue:	Generation X 1
Date:	Nov-94
Story:	Third Genesis (35 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	Gateway
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Emplate (Marius St. Croix), D.O.A.
Other Characters:	Dina
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Chris Bachalo
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this issue follows Uncanny X-Men 316-318 and X-Men II:36-37.
	Paige jogs at dawn, and Jubes, in raincoat and bear-paw slippers, berates her
for getting up so early. Paige husks instead of showering, and Jubes says when
she was ³with the X-Men² they never left their skin lying around. M swoops out of
the sky, unwilling to hide her powers. Sheıs a rich, beautiful egotist, and it
takes a truck to deliver her luggage.
	Jono files in from England, giving a glimpse of his ³bio-nuclear psionic
biokenetic field² to a nosy and precocious girl on the plane. He thinks heıs a
freak.
	Ev and Angelo spar: Angelo surprise-attacks; Ev synchs his skin power; they
entangle. Sean takes the girls on a tour and shows them the biosphere (Jubes: ³A
Danger Grotto?²). Ev and Angelo crash in; Sean bickers with Emma over letting
them train before theyıre ready.
	Emplate and D.O.A. wait for Jono at Logan Airport, while Sean takes Jubes and
Ev to pick him up. M finds her old mentor Gateway in the yard and realizes why.
Emplate, out of synch with normal space, walks through the airport undetected. He
bypasses an old mutant, hungering for something younger. Ev says he understands
human fear of mutants, since they all passed through the metal detector.
	Emplate sucks the marrow from Jonoıs bones with the mouth in his palm, and
Sean wails. Emplate rechannels Jonoıs and Seanıs powers back at them, but Ev just
absorbs it. Jono blasts full-force, which Emplate didnıt think was possible. The
rest of the team arrives courtesy Gatewayıs portal; Emplate canıt read M, but she
knows him. Paige attacks and gets bloodied, and Sean remembers the deaths of John
Proudstar (Uncanny X-Men 94) and Blink (X-Men II:37), but Jubes just rips her
skin off, to release her new form underneath. Emplate promises to eat each of
them, but then fades away. Emma telepathically stops M from rushing him, but she
bristles at the intrusion. Emma has also masked them all from the crowd. Jubes
welcomes Jono to the team. Emplate returns to his lighthouse (?), hungry, but the
captive he feeds on has escaped.
	Back at school, Angelo lights a cigarette, Emma enjoys their victory, and
Gateway is on the lawn. Sean demands answers, but he just says, ³Penance² and
leaves a girl lying nearby.
	Note: 5 sketches of the team follow.

Issue:	Generation X 2
Date:	Dec-94
Story:	Searching (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	Gateway
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Emplate (in flashback)
Other Characters:	Cartier St. Croix
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Chris Bachalo
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	In the rain, Jubes takes Ev to the roof, to question Gateway (he
teleported her from a California mall to Australia, Uncanny X-Men 244). He
ignores her, of course, and Ev has to stop her from hitting him with a
flashlight. They leave Gateway with his regrets.
	Emma bandages Seanıs hands, cut when he carried Penance inside. She offers to
dull his pain, but he warns her to stay out of his head. Emma canıt read
Penanceıs mind, but M deduces that Emplate has been feeding on her.
	Angelo and Paige play Scrabble: he calls her a hick; she calls him a loser.
Jono stands outside in a major storm, and then alarms go off: Penance has
escaped, trashing the infirmary. Bxlomrmlezq! The team searches for her, but she
runs toward the river to Jono, who is also trapped in a ravaged body. Paige tries
to impress Sean but is still unskilled. Emma is infuriated by M, who is too
skilled and condescending.
	In Monaco, a gunman tries to assassinate Mıs father, but his gauntlet and
then his hand are invisibly yanked off.
	Penanceıs footprints end, and Sean realizes sheıs underground, hunting them.
Too late: she pulls Paige down. Sean uses his scream to dig down and find her,
but Penance hits him from behind, then sticks her fingers down his throat.

Issue:	Generation X 3
Date:	Jan-95
Story:	Dead Silence (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Mondo
Villains:	Nanny, Orphan Maker (Peter), Cordelia (Frost, see iss. 8)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Chris Bachalo
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Sean kicks Penance away, and Paige husks to stone and tackles her.
Penance plays possum and then counterattacks; Sean screams, but she just uses the
blast as momentum to burrow away.
	In Samoa, Mondo used his power to rescue children, but heıd rather stay on
the beach with Cordelia than go be a superhero.
	Jubes and Ev find Penance, and when Ev synchs with her his aura becomes
impenetrable. They tussle, but then she runs. Sean arrives and has them take
Paige to the infirmary.
	Elsewhere, Nanny helps Orphan Maker with his armor. He is growing up.
	Emma has M ambush Penance; then tries to probe her mind but gets nothing but
backlash. This rouses Penance, and when M grabs her, Sean blasts them apart
before she loses a limb on Penanceıs razor-sharp skin.
	Jubes finds a swirling fire in the woods: Jono has Penance cornered, talks
sweetly to her, lets her put her hand on his face, and gets her to surrender.
	Angelo visits Paige in the infirmary; they flirt and play Scrabble.

Issue:	Generation X 4
Date:	Feb-95
Story:	Between the Cracks (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Nanny, Orphan Maker
Other Characters:	Eliot, Max, Lorenzano
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Chris Bachalo
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Sean takes some of the kids on a Christmas trip to Maine, when they
are stopped by a police roadblock. There is a hostage situation in a school:
Eliot, a deformed mutant, came on invitation of the teacher, Lorenzano, but now
everyone is terrified.
	Penance is in the biosphere, playing with butterflies, and Jono brings her a
snack. Emma catches Paige spying on them but has no problem with that.
	Nanny sends Orphan Maker to rescue Eliot. Sean uses his sonics to put a cop
to sleep and tells Ev to synch with Eliot and find out what his power is. Ev
instead detects the nearest mutant under an ice-cream truck.
	Lorenzano has a heart attack. Orphan Maker attacks Eliotıs parents, but Sean
intervenes. M takes a turn and gets punched through a windshield. Meanwhile, Sean
has expected Jubes to ignore orders and sneak inside. She finds Eliot distraught,
holding the body of Lorenzano, the only one who ever helped him. Angelo wraps
himself around Orphan Maker and shorts out his armor, but he escapes.
	Turns out Eliot is just ugly, and not a mutant.
	Note: the Age of Apocalypse intervenes as Generation Next 1-4

Issue:	Generation X 5
Date:	Jul-95
Story:	Donıt Touch That Dial (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	Gateway, Arthur ³Artie² Maddicks
Guest Stars:	the Thing
Villains:	Gene Nation including Hemingway
Other Characters:	Cliff
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Chris Bachalo
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs between Uncanny X-Men 322-323.
	Jono is having trouble with the TV: Gateway has appeared and actually talks,
telling him to befriend Paige. She is drunk on one beer, distraught over the
Legacy Virus, and Jono comforts her.
	The others are in Manhattan. Jubes gets trampled by Grimm and the mob of fans
chasing him. M goes catatonic, and they canıt budge her from Rockefeller Plaza.
Angelo bumps into a criminal friend of his from L.A.: he wants to be thought dead
and roughs up the guy to keep him silent.
	In the biosphere, Sean tries to talk with Penance in various languages. His
ex, Moira, was recently diagnosed with the virus (X-Men Prime), and he doesnıt
know how to react. Penance goes to the kitchen and lets Sean give her an apple.
	Jubes has Emmaıs driver take them to Frost Enterprises so she can help M, but
the car crashes, and they find dead guards pinned to the wall. Emma
telepathically forbids them to help her and says to get Sean. Yeah, right: they
send a mayday to the X-Men and take the elevator to the penthouse. Hemingway
attacks, but theyıre ready. Jubes gets knocked out the window, but Angelo catches
her, while Ev synchs with the villain and blasts him down the elevator shaft.
Artie (last seen X-Force Ann. 1?) is hiding under the rubble and projects
holograms showing Leech captured.

Issue:	Generation X 6
Date:	Aug-95
Story:	Notes from the Underground (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	Gateway, Artie Maddicks, Leech
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Wolverine (Logan)
Villains:	Gene Nation including Marrow (Sarah), Hemingway; Dark Beast
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Chris Bachalo
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Emma, captive, swears vengeance. She had been in New York to enroll
Leech, who is also captive and is damping her powers.
	Ev uses his synch power to find Hemingway while Angelo reluctantly tends to
Artie.
	Jono lectures Paige while she pukes up her beer; she makes a pass at him.
	Emma asks Marrow why she massacred the disco (Uncanny X-Men 322); she says
because humans were having fun. The team arrives through the sewers but has to
stay away from Leech. Till Emma kicks him unconscious, that is, and psi-blasts
her captors. The team has to shame her into not killing them. Dark Beast (X-Men
Prime) observes; Emma senses his familiar presence just as he blows them up. M
arrives in time to help them escape; Leech asks Emma not to kick him again, so
she has to call the X-Men by payphone.
	Later at the X-mansion, Xavier debriefs Emma and transfers Artie and Leech to
her school. Jubes visits Wolverine in the woods: he is feral but lucid and tells
her to stay in school.
	Sean finds Gateway on the grounds, covering his ears. Then the girlsı dorm
explodes. Sean realizes it was Jono.

Issue:	Generation X 7
Date:	Sep-95
Story:	Nights and Bolts (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	Gateway, Artie Maddicks, Leech
Guest Stars:	Inspector Magrite Deveraux (in flashback)
Villains:	Arkady Rossovich (in flashback)
Other Characters:	OıBrien, Dougal
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Roger Cruz
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	When Sean was with Interpol, he tracked a mutant serial killer, but
no one believed him, so he resigned. One rainy night at Cassidy Keep, he lost his
grip on Deveraux (see iss. 11) who fell to her death, but he shot Rossovich. Emma
berates him for interrupting her dream with his. He wakes on the couch: he gave
Emma his room because the girlsı dorm exploded. He confronts her but she insists
sheıs not trying to invade his thoughts, flashes him, and sends him back to his
dreams.
	Jono feels foolish for exploding when Paige tried to kiss him. She thanks him
for not telling the whole story to the others. Jubes spies on them and then tries
to grab Mıs book; they rip it, and it turns out to be a coloring book. Angelo and
Ev build a tree house in the biosphere for Artie and Leech.
	M confronts Gateway, asking how long she needs to stay with ³these children.²
He is her mentor and she wants him to train her. Sean and Emma observe; she
admits to him that she kicked Leech and offers to leave. Heıs happy she has a
conscience.
	On a stormy night in Ireland, OıBrien goes to a pub to call Sean: his castle
disappeared.

Issue:	Generation X 8
Date:	Oct-95
Story:	What Happened to Cassidy Keep? (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Black Air including Agt. Scicluna; Mondo; elves and fairies
including Eamon OıDonnel, Grand Dame
Villains:	a dragon and trolls, Cordelia Frost
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Roger Cruz
	Inks: Mark Buckingham, Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	In Co. Mayo, Black Air investigates the big hole where Cassidy Keep
should be. Ev can see images in the mist, of knights hunting elves. He is in
synch with another world and gets sucked in; Jono jumps in after him. Sean puts
the Black Air agents to sleep and takes the team in, too.
	In Samoa, Mondo rescues Cordelia from the treacherous currents but gets
attacked himself.
	Jono and Ev, in Scottish kilts, fight off English knights, and the Irish
elves thank them.
	The team finds itself in Cassidy Keep, in medieval clothing, and then the air
is sucked away from them. Sean and Emma wake, chained in a dungeon. Emma
complains: ³And whatıs with all this pandimensional crap? I was with the Hellfire
Club for years and I never ever had to goŠ into a pocket dimension!² OıDonnel is
there (see Uncanny X-Men 103) and explains they need to get back to the castle
before it shifts back home, or theyıll be trapped for 300 years. Sean screams off
the shackles, and Emma takes down the troll guard.
	Grand Dame has the other kids, asking help to heal her kingdom, which is
without glamour since the machine broke. She has a scroll showing them fixing it,
but Angelo realizes itıs a recent forgery. M goes catatonic and climbs the
machine. Thereıs a knock at the gate, and Angelo opens it to find an angry
dragon.

Issue:	Generation X 9
Date:	Nov-95
Story:	Someplace Other Than Here (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	elves and fairies including Eamon OıDonnel, Grand Dame
Villains:	a dragon and trolls
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Tom Grummett
	Inks: Mark Buckingham, Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Angelo, scared but defiant, tells the dragon heıs going to slay him.
While the dragon guffaws, he goes to get a sword. Grand Dame tells him the dragon
is just a bully, and thatıs something he knows about.
	Emma and Sean squabble, so she lets him take down the next troll by himself.
Jono and Ev hear and bust through the wall to reach him.
	Angelo wrestles the dragon, who is impressed and wants to hire him. Sean
arrives and says heıs going to stop Grand Dame from oppressing the elves. M comes
out of her trance and says the Glamour Machine is fixed but still needs a power
source. The dragon is about to toast Angelo, when Penance pricks him in the tail.
Jono volunteers to kick start the machine, and everyone celebrates, ignoring
Angelo and Penanceıs victory and Mıs contribution.

Issue:	Generation X ı95
Date:	1995
Story 1:	Of Leather and Lace (38 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance
Regular Characters:	Leech
Guest Stars:	Mondo (clone, see iss. 61), Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Villains:	Cordelia Frost; the Hellfire Club including Shinobi Shaw; Barrington
(Black Tom Cassidy, see iss. 61)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Lobdell, Loeb
	Pencils: Wood, McManus
	Inks: Lightle, McManus, Sienkiewicz, Panosian, V. Russell, Chaloner
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraftıs Rich, Dave
	Colors: Moreshead, Kalisz
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Cordelia, age 17, has kidnapped Mondo and given him to Shinobi in a
tank. She demands her sisterıs place in the Hellfire Club, but thatıs not how it
works. They are attacked, and Shinobi goes intangible, so Cordelia kills the guy
herself. But Barrington sent more, and Shinobi lets him take Mondo.
	Jubes dives into the pool, splashing Penance, who frightened, then enjoys
herself, and then has a fit.
	Angelo opens the door to find Cordelia fully dressed and asking for her
estranged sister. She says she was on her way to enroll with Mondo when he was
kidnapped, and since Emmaıs telepathy doesnıt work on her, she reluctantly
believes her.
	Mondo merges with the water and escapes the tank, while inept guards shoot
each other. He gets to shore in Quincy Market in Boston and is arrested by
³feds.² The team arrives, intervenes, and gets shot at. Paige husks to stone;
Mondo merges into the sidewalk; Emma forces the guards to point their guns at
each other, just as their boss teleports them away.
	Penance is in the Shiıar infirmary, and Sean calls on Moira, who says she has
contracted her skin around herself so tight itıs killing her. They also finally
talk about the Legacy Virus thatıs killing Moira, and say they still love each
other.
	Cordelia plots to take over the school and then the Hellfire Club; Emma
guesses her thoughts and tells her to stay away. Mondo doesnıt realize sheıs the
one who kidnapped him and sees her to her cab.

Story 2:	The Very Personal and Very Private Journal of Monet Saint Croix (16
pages)
Feature Characters:	M, Skin
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Jeff Matsuda
	Inks: Vince Russell, Rurik Tyler
	Letters: J.T. Babcock
	Colors: Dana Moreshead
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	M and Angelo move the girlsı things out of Emmaıs room and into the
science building. M actually makes a mistake and drops her diary; Angelo pages
through its crayon drawings:
	Her father, sitting in a bedroom with two beds, sad. Orphan Maker killing the
governess. M going to the school and critiquing everyone. Gateway, her mentor,
arriving. Emplate attacking them at the airport. Penance found on the grounds.
	M returns, and Angelo makes a hasty exit. M isnıt worried, since ³heıs not
clever enough to figure out the St. Croix family secret on his own.²

Issue:	Generation X 10
Date:	Dec-95
Story:	Death Wail (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance, Mondo (clone)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Inspector Magrite Deveraux (in flashback)
Villains:	Gayle Edgerton, Emplate, D.O.A.; Magneto (in flashback); Omega Red
(Arkady Rossovich)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Tom Grummett
	Inks: Mark Buckingham, Al Milgrom, Pennington, Fern
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Angelo is in a tux for Mondoıs formal welcome in Proudstar Hall.
Paige helps him with his bow tie, and they talk about their homes, urban and
rural. Mondo high-fives Angelo into an antique table. M tries to be friendly to
Jubes, who is upset over Penance, and then goes to find Sean, who is unconscious
on his kitchen table. She telepathically contacts Emma, who didnıt know she was a
telepath.
	Emma senses his psionic form was stolen. She tells the kids to get him back,
while she enters his body to keep him alive. Mondo and Jubes stay behind as
guards, while the others take the jeep. Ev can home in on Seanıs aura. The police
chase them, and the bridge is out, but M carries them over.
	Edgerton has allied with Emplate to get revenge on Jono.
	Emma finds Sean in Paris, twenty years ago, trying to track down a serial
killer. Interpol tries to stop his interference, but he shoots the chandelier and
escapes. Emma is impressed. A bus, plane and train ride later, he contacts
Magneto, who is helping and sends him to Cassidy Keep.
	Jubes, watching over Sean and Penance, liked it better as an X-Men, when all
she needed were roller blades.
	The kids approach on foot and are attacked by Omega Red.

Issue:	Generation X 11
Date:	Jan-96
Story:	Death Wail Part 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance, Mondo (clone)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Deveraux (in flashback)
Villains:	Omega Red, Emplate, D.O.A.
Other Characters:	Bill, Simon
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell, Todd DeZago
	Pencils: Val Semekis
	Inks: Al Milgrom, Andy Lanning
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Jono canıt eat, drink, or smile, but he canıt drown, either. He
swims back to the surface and finds Omega Red over his defeated teammates. He
lets loose with his bio-blast and then checks on Paige. Angelo wakes and says
Omega Red wasnıt trying to kill them but to steal their souls, and he sics Jono
on him.
	Emma sees Seanıs memories of Cassidy Keep. Deveraux now believes Interpol is
covering up a serial killer, and she comes to help, even though she doesnıt
believe in mutants.
	Mondo comforts Jubes, who worries about Penance.
	Sean catches Rossovich, before he was Omega Red, a mutant assassin for the
Russians who wants to be killed. Sean wants to arrest him, instead, so he attacks
Deveraux with his death spores (see iss. 7). Sean tries to catch her but slips,
and she falls to her death, so he repeatedly shoots Rossovich.
	Jono catches up to Omega Red on a dam, and they fight. He calls him a coward
who just ambushes people, a parasite and a loser. Meanwhile, heıs recharging, and
then blasts him point-blank; Omega Red goes flying into the water.
	Sean tells Emma that when he turned Rossovich in, a group took and enhanced
him, so he feels somewhat responsible for Omega Red. Emma pulls his consciousness
into his stabilized body and returns to her own, just as the kids return.
	Everyone relaxes around the fire. Paige thanks Jono, who is too bashful to
admit he likes her. Sean says heıs proud theyıve become a team. Angelo throws a
pillow at Jubes.
	Emplate observes, while he assembles his followers at Edgertonıs estate. 

Issue:	Generation X 12
Date:	Feb-96
Story:	The Return of Emplate (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance, Mondo (clone)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Gayle Edgerton, Emplate, D.O.A., Bulwark, Vincente, Murmur
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell, DeZago
	Pencils: Val Semekis
	Inks: Al Milgrom, Andy Lanning
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Emplate is clawed at by many hands till he breaks through to our
dimension, where D.O.A. is ready with cloak and respirator. His journeys are
getting more traumatic, so he wants Penance back, to feed on her marrow.
	The team is on a trip to Boston. Angelo get a migraine from trying to keep
his skin normal, and then someone punches him down. Sean tries to talk to M about
her ³spells² and family problems, but she runs.
	At the school, Emma sits still to lure Penance to her, so she can psi-blast
and read her mind. She is shaken by the memories of war, and Emplate attacks her
while she is reeling.
	Jubes takes everyone to a restaurant and wonıt stop talking until the bean
pot exudes gas and knocks them out.
	Jono goes to meet Edgerton, his girlfriend when he used to have a face and a
guitar. She arrives late to the fancy restaurant, in a wheelchair since her
accident. He had left her without a word, and she attacks him with the mouths in
her palms and drains his energy.
	M goes back to the school and finds the team captive. Emplate is her big
brother.

Issue:	Generation X 13
Date:	Mar-96
Story:	Itıs All Relative (19 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance, Mondo (clone)
Regular Characters:	Leech, Artie Maddicks
Guest Stars:	Bishop
Villains:	Gayle Edgerton, Emplate, D.O.A., Bulwark, Vincente, Murmur
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Tom Grummett
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Team Bucce, Electric Crayon
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Emplate feeds on mutant genetic material, and his family couldnıt
help him. Now he has sampled some of the team and absorbed their powers. M says
he isnıt to blame for what happened to their mother, but all he has left is guilt
and hunger.
	Edgerton wanted vengeance on Jono, who crippled her when his power
manifested, but Emplate reneges on their deal and attacks her. Meanwhile M
escapes, and Emplate sends his team after her. She rewires the fire alarm to call
for help, and Bulwark bursts through the wall. They fistfight their way into the
biosphere.
	Jubes talks back to Emplate, risking her life, while Jono and Edgerton have
been put neck-deep into mud. Edgerton blames him for her unhappiness; he says
thatıs just life.
	Bulwark gets too close to Leech and loses his power and bulk, and Leech and
Artie punch him out. Vincente attacks M with his mist, but then Bishop arrives,
having answered Mıs mayday.

Issue:	Generation X 14
Date:	Apr-96
Story:	Jubileeıs Top Ten Reasons Why Emplate Is a Loser! (19 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance, Mondo (clone)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Bishop
Villains:	Gayle Edgerton, Emplate, D.O.A., Bulwark, Vincente, Murmur
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Pascual Ferry
	Inks: Mark Buckingham
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato et al.
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Jubes taunts Emplate, ³Iıve taken naps scarier than this yutz!²
Across campus, Bishop has Vincente at gunpoint, when Murmur attacks. M tells him
theyıre under her brotherıs control, but Bishop knows the Emplates from his
future, and heıs not inclined to be gentle. When Vincente turns to mist and goes
into his lungs, he manipulates his bodyıs energy to expel him, violently.
	Emplate finally takes a bite out of Jubesıs forehead, and as she expected, he
canıt control her powers when heıs angry any better than she can. The blast frees
the team, and Emplate teleports away with Penance.
	Bishop, shaken, mistakes M for his mother for a moment, and then Emplate
attacks. Bishop wants to kill him to prevent future suffering. Penance slashes
his back; he calls her ³Yvette,² feels betrayed, and fades away.
	Jono forgives Edgerton and embraces her. M says Emplate has synched with Ev
and sent him home to St. Louis to recruit or murder his family.

Issue:	Generation X 15
Date:	May-96
Story:	Death in the Family (19 pages)
Feature Characters:	White Queen, Banshee, Husk, Synch, M, Skin, Jubilee,
Chamber, Penance, Mondo (clone)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Stan, Ida, and Kim Thomas; Det. Jensen; Giovanni
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell, Todd DeZago
	Pencils: Tom Grummett
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Christie Scheele, Malibuıs Hues
	Editor: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Ev is about to attack his foster sister, when their parents
interrupt and are frightened by the Emplate mouths in his hands. He is conflicted
and jumps out the window, and they tell the cops it was a burglar. The detective
guesses Ev is to blame and is a drug-addicted criminal, and he wants to take the
foster children away for safety. Emma arrives, freezes the cops, and tells them
to leave; Stan questions why he put his son in her care. She and Sean have the
normal-looking girls with them, while at the school, Jono tells Angelo that
Onslaught wouldnıt have wiped his memory (X-Men II:49), unless he recognized him.
	Ev takes refuge in his old school, furious that his body betrayed him into
Emplateıs thrall. The janitor finds and comforts him, but he attacks him. M,
Jubes, and Paige attack in time, but then Ev synchs with their powers.


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