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Author: Robert Diehl (rfdiehl@yahoo.com)
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Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 372
Date:	Sep-99
Story:	Dream's End Chapter 1: Rude Awakenings (22
pages)
Feature Characters:	Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler,
Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Bishop
Guest Stars:	Mannites including Nina; Maj. Renee
Majcomb
Villains:	Skrull Wolverine, Deathbird, the Living
Monolith
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer & Pencils: Alan Davis, Adam Kubert
	Inks: Batt
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida
Temofonte
	Colors: Liquid! 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after X-Men II:91.
	Majcomb and Nina are holed up in North Carolina, but
Nina says they're coming.
	The X-Men are awakened in the middle of the night by
an alarm in the Danger Room. Xavier is just testing
them, and they are testy, saying he's pushing too
hard.
	Bishop and Deathbird are on their way back to earth,
when sensors detect fossilized mutant DNA, on a
man-shaped asteroid (the Monolith, see iss. 376).
	The X-Men work out as ordered and push their limits.
Rogue hits some debris toward Wolverine, and Kitty
quickly phases him out of the way. 
	Nina has a telekinetic fit, then disappears.
	Xavier forces Marrow to try to reabsorb her bone
growths, and she nearly does, but Ororo and Remy
protest his overbearing attitude. Xavier says Remy is
free to leave, so he and Marrow storm off. Xavier
tells the rest to keep training. They decide he's lost
it and try to discuss it with him, but he only admits
Ororo to his office. Nightcrawler stays to report the
outcome; Ororo just says something is wrong, and they
need to call Jean Grey.
	The Mannites have Nina.
	Note: continued in X-Men II:92.

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 373
Date:	Oct-99
Story:	Beauty and the Beast Part 1: Broken Mirrors (22
pages)
Feature Characters:	Colossus, Marrow
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Mikhail Rasputin, Deathbird, the Living
Monolith (Ahmet Abdol)
Other Characters:	Nettleson, Zone
Credits:	Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh
	Pencils: Adam Kubert, Rob Jensen
	Inks: Batt, Panosian, Russell
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida
Temofonte
	Colors: Liquid! 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after X-Men II:92.
	Marrow has a nightmare. After Mikhail ported the
Morlocks to another dimension to save them from a
flood (iss. 293), he made them battle each other in a
desert, the prize being promotion to the citadel to
serve him. 
	She wakes at dawn; she and Piotr are in a hotel in
Massachusetts, and he is sketching the dawn. He is
confident the X-Men will survive their current crisis
of faith, as he did after Illyana died (iss. 303).
	He drags her to yet another museum, in Boston, where
his portrait of Illyana is hanging. Mikhail has been
haunting it like a ghost. Marrow concentrates and is
able to retract her bone growths, so she no longer
needs an image inducer.
	In Egypt a cult welcomes the return of the Monolith
(first in iss. 56), in a sarcophagus attended by
Deathbird.
	A young man talks to Marrow; he's an artist, and she
helps him hang his painting. But she loses control,
and her bone growths spurt out. She quickly uses the
image inducer while he and the guards freak.
	Mikhail sees Piotr; he opens a portal and sucks him
and Marrow into the universe she grew up in. She sees
Callisto and runs after her, while Mikhail says he has
a plan to bring back Illyana.

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 374
Date:	Nov-99
Story:	Beauty and the Beast Part 1: You Can't Go Home
Again (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Colossus, Marrow
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Morlocks including Callisto (in visions)
Villains:	Mikhail Rasputin, Deathbird, the Living
Monolith, Apocalypse
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writer: Alan Davis, Jay Faerber
	Pencils: Tom Raney
	Inks: Scott Hanna 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida 
	Colors: Liquid! 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Mikhail retells his story: a cosmonaut who
turned out to be a mutant, the Russian government
faked his death and put him on a secret project to
explore a portal found on Sakhalin Island. His
teammates were killed, and he was trapped for years.
The X-Men rescued him (iss. 285-286), and he joined
the Morlocks and then ported them away during a flood
(iss. 293). When he closed the portal, the backlash
killed the natives. Mikhail raised the Morlocks as
warriors until they rebelled and returned to earth
(Gene Nation, iss. 324). Meanwhile, Mikhail evolved
into a god. He demonstrates his power by transforming
a chair into a dinosaur.
	Marrow has gone after Callisto and finds her cradling
a younger version of Marrow, whose mutant power just
manifested, so she is thrust out to the badlands.
	Mikhail feels guilty about the deaths he caused and
has reanimated the Morlocks. Tapping Piotr's memories
as well as his own, he projects Illyana, but Piotr
says it's not real: it's just like art or sculpture.
So Mikhail attacks him.
	Marrow watches herself become a vicious fighter,
earning her way back in. She realizes she was feral
and perpetuating Mikhail's insane system.
	Mikhail encases his brother in stone; Marrow arrives
and attacks him. He doesn't recognize her at first;
she bursts his messianic bubble, pointing out he's a
mass-murderer. He goes berserk with guilt, energies
fly out of him and form an entity, which has been
empowering him but making him insane. Mikhail uses his
own power to open a portal, fights the symbiotic
connection to the entity, and escapes with Piotr and
Marrow to Boston. The portrait of Illyana has been
destroyed, but Piotr says it's only a reproduction,
and it's better to have his brother back.
	In Egypt, Deathbird has delivered the Monolith and
demands payment. Instead, she gets zapped and prepared
for conversion (by Apocalypse).

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 375
Date:	Dec-99
Story:	I Am Not Now, Nor Have I Ever Been... (38
pages)
Feature Characters:	Prof. X, Cyclops, Phoenix, Beast,
Storm, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue,
Gambit, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Archangel, Banshee, Psylocke,
Jubilee, Cannonball, Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Guest Stars:	Mikhail Rasputin, Danielle Moonstar, Dr.
X-Man (Nate Grey), Cable; Mannites including Nina (in
flashback) 
Villains:	Death (Logan), Skrull Wolverine (both in
flashback)
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writer & Pencils: Alan Davis, Adam Kubert
	Inks: Batt, Tim Townsend
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Liquid!, Chris Sotomayor
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after the Astonishing
X-Men limited series.
	Kitty, Rogue, and Kurt commiserate about their night
on the town, ruined by a conniving Mystique and a
disturbed Polaris (X-Men II:93-94). Kitty has
authenticated Destiny's journal, then gets a call that
sends them rushing back to Westchester.
	Piotr has Marrow and his unconscious brother and is
driving back from Boston when he gets the call.
	Xavier has just tested X-Force, and they aren't too
happy. He is about to visit Generation X when Ororo
gets the call: Wolverine is dead.
	The X-Men gather around the corpse, and Scott tells
the tale. They were protecting the Mannites when Death
came and cut down Wolverine with one swipe of his
sword. Kitty refuses to believe his healing factor
didn't save him; Moira and Hank begin the autopsy.
	Mikhail is in a medical bed, and Moira wants to run
tests on Marrow because of her recent transformation
(X-Men II:90). Kurt says Scott should visit Lorna;
Warren goes to protect Betsy, since someone is hunting
X-Men.
	Xavier gathers the rest, debriefing Scott again,
still overbearing. The lights blink off for a moment,
then Scott argues with Xavier, saying some X-Men are
ready to quit. Xavier says Jean is controlling Scott's
mind and attacks her. Scott blasts him, but Kitty
phases him in time. Xavier goes after Scott, and a
general free-for-all ensues, Xavier, Jean, Cable, and
X-Man all psi-blasting, collapsing the ceiling. Split
into two groups, everyone is paranoid about mind
control. They attack each other viciously, and
one-by-one are killed. 
	Warren wings his way to Connecticut but realizes a
flying saucer is tailing him. He tries but fails to
lose it in the trees, then gets to his cliff-side
estate and finds armed men with jetpacks. He eludes
them and is then confronted by himself.
	As Rogue dies, Remy says he loves her, and she says
it would have never worked out. Kitty mourns Piotr;
she sees Xavier become Onslaught and Remy sees Jean
become Dark Phoenix. Then the test is over.
	Betsy appears and knocks out the false Archangel.
Warren grabs her and dives off the cliff, to get away 
	Xavier has put them through this hellacious scenario
to expose their deepest emotions and verify their
identities, having learned the X-Men were infiltrated.
He had taken Ororo, Scott, Jean, Cable, and X-Man into
his confidence, but the others have minds that are
either guarded or unfamiliar to him, hence the extreme
measures (therefore, Kitty and Remy have the
slipperiest minds).
	They adjourn to the med-lab, where Hank and Moira
have finished their genetic testing and realize
Wolverine wasn't real, or even human. They inject him
with a solution Remy took from Sinister (Gambit 9),
and the corpse reverts to Skrull. Xavier realizes the
switch was made while the X-Men were unconscious in a
Skrull ship (iss. 371).
	Betsy says she identified the real Warren by his
haircut. They fly back to Westchester.
	Jubilee and Banshee arrive, distraught over
Wolverine's death. The rest of Generation X will be
there soon, and Xavier prepares to test them. Ororo
wonders where the real Logan is.
	Note: continued in X-Men II:95.
	Note: a preview of Heroes Reborn follows.

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 376
Date:	Jan-00
Story:	Filling in the Blanks (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Prof. X, Cyclops, Phoenix, Beast,
Archangel, Polaris, Storm, Nightcrawler, Colossus,
Shadowcat, Rogue, Psylocke, Gambit, Marrow; Iceman (in
flashback)
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Guest Stars:	Thor (in flashback), Mikhail Rasputin
Villains:	the Living Monolith, Skrulls including Fiz,
Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur), Sinister (in flashback)
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh
	Pencils: Roger Cruz
	Inks: Batt, Owens, J. Palmiotti
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Albert
Deschesne
	Colors: Liquid! 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after X-Men II:95 and is
part of the Apocalypse: The Twelve storyline.
	While Scott blasts away in the Danger Room in the
middle of the night, he thinks about his earliest days
in the X-Men, his marriage to Jean, retiring, then
being drawn back in to help find Logan. Jean gets up,
and they realize that troubles never end, and they
need to make a decisive break.
	In Egypt, the Monolith, having spent years as an
asteroid, emerges from his sarcophagus.
	Rogue breaks up with Remy. Xavier assembles the
X-Men; he has analyzed Destiny's journal and is
convinced it tells the future. 
	He mentally directs them to catch a Skrull lurking in
the air duct. He can change size as well as shape and
is therefore a mutant Skrull. After trying to flee, he
surrenders to Kitty, who speaks Skrull. She learns his
name is Fiz and he was trying to find Xavier, so he
shrunk to microscopic size and attached himself to
Kurt when they were in the Skrull base (X-Men II:95).
He wants to join the X-Men, and Ororo gets a Shi'ar
translator for him. 
	The disruption wakes Mikhail from his coma. He had a
nightmare about pyramids and a dark god resurrecting. 
	Fiz says the surviving Skrulls allied with a death
god, who has plans for terran mutants and is using
Skrull mutants as soldiers. The rest compare notes and
realize "the Twelve" are involved.
	Lorna wants to retrieve Alex's uniform from the
Skrulls, but Scott says it's too dangerous. They both
feel Alex is still alive.
	The Monolith exults in his power, then Apocalypse
reminds him that he made him what he is. He had
Sinister graft Alex's modified DNA into him, so he
could absorb energy, but it went wrong, and the two
split the available power instead of sharing it. Now
Alex is gone and the Monolith has his headpiece, but
Apocalypse has a device to control it and keep the
Monolith subservient.
	Destiny's journal is cryptic, but it lists the
Twelve: Xavier, Cyclops, Phoenix, Storm, Iceman,
Sunfire, Polaris, Cable, Bishop, Mikhail Rasputin, the
Monolith. They wonder if the Monolith could be back,
put out calls to Bobby, and practice in the Danger
Room for the inevitable.
	Xavier apologizes to Scott and Jean but asks them to
stay and hold the team together. They agree but demand
full disclosure. He admits he listed only eleven
names, and he himself will contact the twelfth,
Magneto.

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 377
Date:	Feb-00
Story:	The End of the World As We Know It (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Prof. X, Cyclops, Phoenix, Beast,
Archangel, Storm, Polaris, Nightcrawler, Colossus,
Shadowcat, Rogue, Psylocke, Jubilee, Gambit, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Iceman, Wolverine, Sunfire,
Bishop, Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Guest Stars:	Fiz, Mikhail Rasputin, Cable, X-Man
Villains:	Apocalypse, Skrulls, the Living Monolith,
Magneto and his Horsemen: Pestilence (Caliban), Famine
(Ahab, see UXM 97), War (Deathbird); the Living
Monolith
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh
	Pencils: Tom Raney
	Inks: Scott Hanna
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida
Temofonte
	Colors: Brian Haberlin 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after X-Men II:96 and is
part of the Apocalypse: The Twelve storyline.
	Apocalypse watches with satisfaction as the X-Men
come to him. Xavier has brought Magneto and vouches
for him. Apocalypse presses a button and the ground
moves beneath their feet, swallowing their aircraft.
Skrulls and Monolith's cult attack, weapons set to
stun, but they are just a distraction while two
Horsemen port in and capture Ororo. Xavier psi-bolts
them, and they revert to Skrull. Another distraction,
while the real Pestilence and Famine nab Xavier.
	Magneto sees Astra and Joseph and flies to them: nab.
Apocalypse has a Skrull recall Bishop from the
timestream (from Bishop: the Last X-Man 8). Remy sees
him and assumes he's a Skrull; Ororo prevents them
from fighting. Then X-Force and Generation X arrive,
but Ororo can't be sure they're real. Xavier had Hank
make an aerosol that would detect Skrulls (Sinister's
formula, iss. 375).
	Lorna sees Havok, saying he just escaped, and flies
to him: nab. Skrulls nab Jean, too, who was trying to
stop her. Scott blasts, full furious. He blasts
Colossus by mistake and goes to him: nab.
	Apocalypse gloats, saying only Cable was hard to nab.
He used Astra to stop Magneto from disrupting the
magnetosphere (X-Men II:87).
	Bishop sees Deathbird and attacks: nab. Sure enough,
X-Force and Generation X are Skrulls and nab Ororo
(she should have known, since Jubilee is back in
Westchester).
	The rest of the X-Men are expendable, so the Skrulls
set their weapons to kill. The head Skrull prepares
for victory, but Apocalypse has learned to expect the
unexpected. He assembles his "dozen rungs on my ladder
to godhood": Magneto and Lorna at opposite poles of
magnetism; elementals Iceman, Storm, and Sunfire; the
Summerses Scott, Jean, and Nathan; Bishop and Rasputin
to control time and space, and Xavier for thought, all
channeled through the Monolith and into X-Man's body,
which Apocalypse will take over.
	Back in Westchester, Logan is himself again (see
Wolverine 146-147). Someone in the nearby town of
Valhalla has accessed Cerebro and copied the Xavier
Protocols (see X-51 8). 

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 1999
Date:	1999
Story:	Utopia Perdida (35 pages)
Feature Characters:	Nightcrawler, Archangel,
Wolverine, Shadowcat
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Forge, Multiple Man (Jamie Madrox),
Jubilee, Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff)
Villains:	Exodus as Magneto, Fabian Cortez, Dr. Alda
Huxley, Pipeline, Amelia Voght, the High Evolutionary
Other Characters:	Jake, Sofia
Credits:	Writer & Pencils: Ben Raab, Anthony Williams
	Inks: Troy Hubbs, Scott Koblish
	Letters: Jon Babcock
	Colors: Colorgraphix
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	On a beach in Genosha, Magneto interrupts a
secret liaison between mutate Jake and human Sofia.
Forge and Multiple Man observe, and Forge is alarmed
that he didn't punish them.
	Warren, Kurt, Logan, Jubilee, and Kitty are flying to
Egypt to help their team (iss. 376-377). Kurt has
faith, but Warren knows what Apocalypse is capable of.
Logan sits naked, flexing his restored adamantium,
questionably sane. 
	Magneto holds council; Cortez protests miscegenation;
Magneto has Voght port him to the Amazon for
punishment and asserts his word, only, is law.
	Kitty detects the alarm from Forge; Logan has them
divert to Genosha, Warren thinks to wreak personal
vengeance.
	Sofia's family kicks her out; her father tries to
shoot Jake, but Magneto arrives, stops the bullets,
and twists the rifle barrel. He swears such prejudice
will cease.
	The team traces Forge's signal; Logan goes his own
way, following scents, and gets jumped by Multiple
Men, whose memory was partially wiped, but he
remembers someone captured Forge.
	Magneto sees the X-Men and confronts them. They're
surprised to see him, since he's supposed to be in
Egypt. He takes them around the island, showing off
his paradise.
	Logan cuts through guards and finds Forge hooked into
a machine. Madrox frees him; he has been forced to
make technological boosters.
	Kurt realizes Magneto is telepathically enforcing
harmony and says he has no right. Magneto attacks him,
and Warren, Kitty, and Jubilee join in; he is able to
force Kitty to solidify. Logan arrives; Forge shuts
down the machinery while Logan slashes Magneto's armor
and reveals Exodus underneath. His false paradise
falls apart as humans and mutants begin fighting
again. Jake and Sofia are killed by the mob.
	In space, the High Evolutionary observes.

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 378
Date:	Mar-00
Story:	First & Last Part 1 (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Prof. X, Phoenix, Beast, Iceman,
Polaris, Storm, Colossus, Gambit 
Regular Characters:	Cyclops
Guest Stars:	X-Man; mutant Skrulls 
Villains:	Magneto, Rogue, Marrow, Sunfire; Apocalypse
(in flashback)
Other Characters:	 
Credits:	Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh
	Pencils: Adam Kubert, Graham Nolan
	Inks: Townsend, J. Palmiotti
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida
Temofonte
	Colors: Liquid!
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after X-Men II:97 and is
part of the Ages of Apocalypse.
	Jean arrives at the mansion and joins the X-Men.
Xavier explains it is a school for mutants and
introduces Bobby (in snowman form), Hank (in human
form), Ororo, and Remy. Jean realizes Remy's red eyes
are the wrong red eyes.
	Cerebro alerts them to mutant activity: Magneto and
Lorna are attacking Cape Citadel. But Xavier withholds
the team, reluctant to endanger them, and Magneto
leaves of his own accord, back to Asteroid M. He
berates Lorna for holding back, but she refuses to
shed blood. Rogue, Marrow (in ugly form), and Sunfire
are also there; Sunfire has located a potential
recruit.
	The X-Men train in the Danger Room. Jean still feels
something is missing, and this wakes uncertainty in
Xavier. Cerebro has found another mutant at a nearby
circus, and they go to meet Piotr, the strong man.
Before Xavier can sign him up, Magneto arrives and
faces off with Xavier, who refuses to let another
X-Man die. No one can remember who died.
	An anti-mutant crowd attacks Scott; Jean sees and
goes to help him while the X-Men beat back the crowd.
Scott tells Jean to remember the truth, that he merged
with Apocalypse, with the power of the Twelve over
energy, time, space, and reality. Scott's body can't
contain it, and he is fighting Apocalypse, who then
asserts control and blasts the X-Men.
	Everyone remembers, now, and fights him. Reality
explodes; they find themselves back in the Celestial
chamber in Egypt. Xavier scans and finds no trace of
Apocalypse, the Monolith, or the Skrulls. He believes
Apocalypse miscalculated, and that he and Scott are
gone. Jean insists Scott is still alive and fighting,
and walks off in tears.

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 379
Date:	Apr-00
Story:	What Dreams May Come... (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Prof. X, Phoenix, Beast, Iceman,
Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat,
Gambit, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Archangel, Polaris, Sunfire,
Psylocke
Guest Stars:	original X-Men: Beast, Cyclops, Marvel
Girl, Angel, Iceman; later members: Storm, Colossus,
Sprite, Wolverine, Nightcrawler, Marrow, Gambit,
Rogue; X-Force: Cannonball, Meltdown, Thunderbird II,
Moonstar, Bedlam, Domino; Generation X: Skin, Husk,
Banshee, Jubilee, Synch, Chamber, Emma Frost, M,
Penance; Cable; X-Man; Bishop (all in flashback);
mutant Skrulls; Aurora and Northstar (Jeanne-Marie and
Jean-Paul Beaubier); Sabra (Ruth Bat-Seraph)
Villains:	Magneto and his Acolytes including Lorna
Dane, Amelia Voght, Fabian Cortez; Genoshan mutates
and magistrates; Mystique (Raven Darkholme) alias NSA
Agt. Dale Fyfe; Blob (Fred J. Dukes), Toad (Mortimer
Toynbee), Mimic, Post; the High Evolutionary (Herbert
Edgar Wyndham)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Alan Davis
	Pencils: Tom Raney
	Inks: Scott Hanna
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida
Temofonte
	Colors: Brian Haberlin
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after X-Men II:98.
	Xavier contemplates the loss of Cyclops and the
history of the X-teams, while gazing at the Shi'ar
empathic crystal that held Jean's essence after her
death (iss. 144). Piotr and Kitty see him off into
space, where he will train the mutant Skrulls.
	The team plays baseball. Ororo is distracted, worried
that worse things are coming, and Logan snikts a ball
that was about to bean her.
	Magneto tries to restore order in Genosha. Cortez and
Lorna help him hide the fact that his power is weak,
but Cortez plots to overthrow him and Lorna has moral
qualms about aiding him.
	Mystique's aliases have been blown, so she morphs her
way into the National Security Agency to find out who
is onto her.
	Jean hopes Scott isn't all dead. X-Man feels guilty
that Scott took his place, and Jean tells him it's
time to live up to his name.
	Blob, Toad, Post, and Mimic plot a heist.
	Bobby ice-slides to Genosha with Hank, so he can
research the Legacy Virus among the mutates.
	In Westchester, a hologram of the High Evolutionary
interrupts a picnic. He intends to neutralize all
mutants. Logan bares his claws, for no particular
reason. The High Evolutionary doesn't listen to reason
but activates his energy field, and all over the world
mutants lose their powers, even reverting to fully
human appearances.
	Magneto realizes the humans will be gunning for him.
Mystique is captured. Blob sheds pounds (but not
excess skin: yuck!); Mimic and Warren molt, and Toad
gets tall and handsome. Bobby and Hank take shelter in
a cave, and Hank realizes the High Evolutionary must
have had some help.
	Note: continued in X-Men II:99.

Issue:	Uncanny X-Men 380
Date:	May-00
Story:	Heaven's Shadow (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Phoenix, Beast, Iceman, Storm,
Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue
(alias Irene Adler), Gambit, Marrow
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Blaquesmith, Irene Merryweather
Villains:	Genoshan mutates, the High Evolutionary,
Sinister, New Men, Mystique, Magneto and his Acolytes
including Polaris, Amelia Voght, Fabian Cortez; Blob,
Omega Red (Arkady Gregorivich Rossovich)
Other Characters:	John and Elaine Grey, Jake Myers
Credits:	Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh
	Pencils: Tom Raney
	Inks: Scott Hanna
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida & Wes
	Colors: Brian Haberlin
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: continued from X-Men II:99.
	Hank explains that Genoshan mutates are
deteriorating, and all organic life will soon follow,
because of the High Evolutionary. They realize
Sinister is involved and decide to stop them (with the
help of Skrull hardware, recently installed), even
though they will become mutants again. Logan, dying of
adamantium poisoning, insists on helping.
	Sinister realizes that non-mutant superheroes won't
let them alone for long, and he figures out how to
evolve New Men.
	Mystique is freaking out in jail and lashes out at
Rogue. Magneto and his Acolytes are losing their
battle with the Genoshan flatscans. He has confidence
the X-Men will save the day.
	The team breaks into the space station; Sinister
tests them against his New Men. Logan picks up
Sinister's scent and slashes him. Sinister blasts him,
but he doesn't die: Kitty realizes their powers are
returning. Ororo and Logan smash up the control
station, which frees the High Evolutionary, and he
voluntarily destroys his life's work, devolves the New
Men, and apologizes. Sinister flees in the X-Men's
shuttle.
	Across the world, mutant powers are restored. Blob
gets fat, Omega Red gets deadly, Jean gets a headache,
and Mystique gets herself out of jail and plots
revenge. Lorna impersonates Magneto to reestablish his
control of Genosha and shares her power with him.
	Note: X-Men: Revolution flyer is included with this
issue, previewing changes in all the X-books.


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