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Issue: Uncanny X-Men 362 Date: Dec-98 Story: The Hunt for Xavier Part 1: Meltdown (22 pages) Feature Characters: Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Prof. X; Mary Purcell (the green ghost), Cecelia Reyes Guest Stars: SHIELD including Col. Nick Fury Villains: Pyro (St. John Allerdyce); Cerebrites Other Characters: Ricky, Patty Credits: Writer: Steve Seagle Pencils: Chris Bachalo Inks: Thibert, Townsend Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft Colors: Liquid! & Graphics Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Note: this occurs after X-Men II:81. In Nebraska, a farmer's fields burn, and a SHIELD agent says it is a government matter. Pyro is at the center of the blaze, demanding to see Xavier. He has the full-blown Legacy Virus. Fury has risked treason to summon the X-Men, trying to avoid another public "mutant terrorist action" (see X-Men II:80). Pyro has been moving east; Remy says he must be running from something, and Logan wonders what he could want with Xavier. Xavier sees his dream come true: humans and mutants in harmony, even Magneto. But it's just a dream. He is awakened and must keep running. Cecelia receives a large crate from Moira, for the Xavier Institute. The X-Men get Pyro and his fire away from town and save the bystanders. Logan goes off to cut a firebreak and tells the others to flush Pyro toward him. Rogue tosses Kurt into the church tower to rescue a priest; he ports out with him into mid-air, for Rogue to catch. Marrow slices open a school bus to save the kids; she doesn't believe in Xavier, since he never helped the Morlocks, but the rest of the team agree he is a good man. Ororo makes rain. Pyro makes fiery monsters; he appears to be deranged and to think Xavier wants to kill him. Piotr and Remy get singed until Ororo deprives the fire of oxygen. Kitty douses Pyro with a fire extinguisher, but it doesn't work. They realize there's something metal in the fire, which Pyro is fleeing, and he wants Xavier's help. Logan hits Pyro, but the metal thing approaches. Pyro blasts it into systems failure, then collapses. Fury takes over. Back at the mansion, Kitty uncrates Moira's Cerebro. Cecelia asks them for a little warning, next time, and tells Remy to stop smoking. Kitty hooks it up and finds Xavier's mutant signature twice: in San Francisco and in Tajikistan. Then Cerebro overloads, Kitty thinks from an outside source. Ororo splits the team to follow both leads. Two metal things (Cerebrites) drop like meteors into San Francisco and Tajikistan, seeking Xavier. Note: continued in X-Men II:82 Issue: Uncanny X-Men 363 Date: early Jan-99 Story: The Hunt for Xavier Part 3: When You're Unwanted (22 pages) Feature Characters: Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Shadowcat, Marrow Regular Characters: Prof. X Guest Stars: Black Crane Villains: Cerebro, Cerebrite Beta; the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants: Toad (Mortimer Toynbee), Mimic (Calvin Rankin), Post, the Blob (Fred J. Dukes) Other Characters: Chris, Helen, Maria Muradyan, Mr. Cho Credits: Writer: Steve Seagle Pencils: Chris Bachalo Inks: Thibert, Townsend Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft Colors: Liquid! & Graphics Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: A meteor falls into the bay near the Ghirardelli chocolate factory in San Francisco. Cerebrite Beta rises and shoots down a latent mutant. Xavier is holed up in an abandoned incinerator on Alcatraz with Toad, who is insane. Logan, Kitty, Kurt, and Marrow have flown the Aurora to San Francisco, but Xavier is no longer at those coordinates, so Logan tracks him. Kitty trades a homeless person some cash for clothes to cover their uniforms, and they walk through Berkeley. They find scars of battle caused by the false X-Men (iss. 360), and Xavier's busted wheelchair. Kurt finds $20 in his pocket and buys a Star of David for Kitty. Cerebro breaks into "Area 52", near Devil's Canyon, where the government now keeps its secrets. It steals Bastion's nano-technology. Logan goes to China Town to get help from Black Crane. He sends them to Alcatraz and warns them about Toad and another hidden threat. Kurt ports them all to the Rock, and the Brotherhood immediately attack. They are better fighters than expected, and Kitty realizes they were trained by Xavier, who shows himself and says they are all on the same side, now. The Brotherhood broke him out of the Hulkbuster base (cf. X-Men II:73) but found he has lost his powers since Onslaught and has been hiding from Cerebro. Just then, Cerebrite Beta bursts in. Issue: Uncanny X-Men 364 Date: late Jan-99 Story: The Hunt for Xavier Part 5: Escape from Alcatraz (22 pages) Feature Characters: Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Prof. X Guest Stars: Nina Villains: Cerebro, Cerebrite Beta; Magneto, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants: Toad, Mimic, Post, the Blob Other Characters: Credits: Writer: Steve Seagle, Ralph Macchio Pencils: Leinil Francis Yu Inks: Townsend, Tadeo Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft Colors: Liquid! Graphics Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Cerebro's Florida base has been discovered, so it downloads all files and blows up the base, including the false X-Men (iss. 360). Its first plan, to gather and reeducate mutants, has failed, so now it plans to catalog all humans. In Alcatraz, the X-Men and the Brotherhood defend Xavier from Cerebrite Beta. It tosses them aside and pins Logan; he slices off its hand, which regenerates. Toad gets blasted. Kurt has Mimic copy his power, and together they bamf away with the Cerebrite. Only Kurt makes it back. The Brotherhood and the X-Men turn against each other. Kitty phases through the floor with Xavier and Marrow, just as the Cerebrite returns. Kurt ports to the Aurora and calls the rest of the team, but they're busy fighting Cerebrite Alpha (X-Men II:83). Logan, Blob, Post, and Mimic fall into a subbasement; Mimic has broken a leg. Logan reminds him he has Angel's wings (but doesn't tell him to mimic his healing factor). Kitty phases through walls blindly and runs into the Cerebrite, so she phases away again, and Marrow stays to cover her. The Cerebrite catches up to her in the prison's exercise yard; the rest gang up on it, but it blasts Kitty, to prevent her taking Xavier. Logan gets mad; the Cerebrite gets beheaded. Mimic lays claim to Xavier and explains the Cerebrite is just an agent of Cerebro. The Cerebrite repairs itself and blasts him. Xavier stirs and says the Cerebrite has been porting its victims to Cerebro, so they all let themselves be likewise blasted, leaving Kurt in the Aurora. He decides to join the others in Tajikistan. Issue: Uncanny X-Men 365 Date: Feb-99 Story: Ghost of X-Mas Past! (22 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Guest Stars: Puck (Eugene Judd), Magik (Illyana Rasputin, died iss. 303), Thunderbird I (John Proudstar, died iss. 94), Rusty Collins, died X-Men II:42), Changeling (died iss. 42) Villains: Other Characters: Credits: Writer: Steve Seagle Pencils: Chris Bachalo Inks: Thibert, Townsend, Sowd Letters: RS JG & Comicraft/AD Colors: Liquid!, Monica Kubina Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: The night before Christmas, Piotr is visited by a phantom woman, whom he has been attempting to draw. He follows her into the attic, which becomes a drawing. Ororo startles him: she heard him stomping around, and he explains himself and shows her the unfinished sketch, but it has been changed. Ororo thinks he's imagining things and goes back to bed. Piotr starts another sketch, then hears something and goes outside, where Logan finds him and invites him into his cabin with Remy and Puck. Remy questions Piotr to make sure he wasn't seeing his ghost, then goes to start his own series. Piotr goes back to the mansion and sees the ghost in his window. He storms upstairs and finds his sketch, with the story of the Ice Princess written on it: she was the prettiest girl in the eastern empire, but she lost her face, and the King of the Crickets has it. Piotr follows the ghost into the hall and finds Kitty (does anyone sleep?). Kurt bamfs in with a Christmas tree from a nearby dumpster. They both say Piotr's delusional. He continues down the hall and runs into Xavier, who has been confronting his own ghosts: dead X-Men. He looks at their photos every Christmas, to remember. Piotr eats a banana, then back in his room finds the next sketch: the Princess wants to ask the cricket for her face, but she has no mouth. He can't understand her gestures, so he offers her a face. Piotr demands the ghost reveal herself; then he realizes it's Illyana. She leads him back into the attic and appears: she had mystically bonded a disk there. She needs him to do something but is forbidden to say what. She can say just one word: "Remember." He does and unpacks his photo of her, makes a sketch, and goes to sleep. Next morning, the X-Men gather around the tree and open presents. Marrow has added a story (and a frame of bones!) to Piotr's sketch: the Ice Princess gets her face back, but more importantly, she is surrounded by friends, the X-Men. Issue: X-Men: Magneto War 1 Date: Mar-99 Story: The Magneto War: Savior Complex (32 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow; Cyclops, Phoenix, Cannonball, Angel, Iceman, Beast (all in a dream) Regular Characters: Joseph Guest Stars: the Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Magik (both in a dream), Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff) Villains: Magneto and his Acolytes including Amelia Voght; Fabian Cortez and his Acolytes: Rem-Ram, Harlan and Sven Kleinstock, Senyaka (here called Senayaka), Spoor, Projector, Static, Barnacle Other Characters: Credits: Writer: Alan Davis, Fabian Nicieza Pencils: Lee Weeks Inks: Dan Green Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft Colors: Marie Javins, Monica Kubina Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Xavier sleeps in his ancestral home, which he made a school for mutants. He dreams of the ideal future: humans and mutants together. But then humans attack, and the X-Men fight back. Magneto appears, saying harmony must be enforced. Xavier attacks him telepathically, so Magneto holds Logan hostage. The Acolytes are outside the mansion, and Rem-Ram is directing this nightmare, with Cortez boosting his power. They move on to Rogue. She sees other people touching and is angry that Xavier hasn't solved her problem. She talks to Magneto; he proposes to her and touches her hands. Xavier's astral form warns her not to trust him, then Remy appears saying the same. He fights Magneto, to Rogue's girlish delight. Rem-Ram taps into Xavier to use his powers against the other X-Men. He moves on to Logan, who dreams of his adamantium claws slashing through Acolytes. Magneto appears and asks him if he is man or animal, then breaks all of Logan's bones. Xavier relives his attack on Magneto's mind (X-Men II:25), but Magneto talks back, which startles Xavier awake. He immediately alerts the X-Men of the Acolytes. In a military base near Beersheba, Israel, Joseph is undergoing tests to determine his identity. Quicksilver visits him, to make peace with his possible father. They chat and shake hands, and Pietro speeds away. Projector puts a force field around Cortez; Static shorts out Ororo's nervous system; Cortez makes Marrow's bones grow out of control. Barnacle solidifies the moisture in Ororo's body to form a carapace; Kitty tries to phase her out but just gets stuck herself; Kurt threatens to bamf Barnacle's head off, so he releases them. Kitty phases Marrow out of her bone growths; Ororo zaps Senyaka and Barnacle. Cortez orders Static to disrupt Xavier's powers and boosts Rem-Ram so he can read Xavier's mind. But Xavier fends off Static's attack, Rem-Ram doesn't want to, and Rogue gets him away from Cortez, who slinks away, never having learned if Joseph is Magneto. The rest of the Acolytes ask for asylum. Xavier turns them away, his compassion and energy having been sapped by his experiment with Sabretooth (X-Men Unlimited 3). They leave, and Xavier plans to follow them in case they find Magneto. Magneto has got Amelia to bring the best of the Acolytes to him, in the Netherlands. Then he asks her to protect the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver during the impending unpleasantness. Note: continued in UXM 366. Issue: Uncanny X-Men 366 Date: Mar-99 Story: The Shot Heard Round the World (22 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Joseph Guest Stars: Trish Tilby, Sabra (Ruth Bat-Seraph) Villains: Magneto and his Acolytes including Scanner, Joanna Cargill, Neophyte, Kath, Kamal, Mellencamp; Ferris; Astra (see X-Men II:86) Other Characters: Dr. Hamal Credits: Writer: Alan Davis, Fabian Nicieza Pencils: Leinil Francis Yu Inks: Livesay, Townsend, Tadeo Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft Colors: Liquid! Graphics Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Note: this is prelude to the Magneto war and occurs after X-Men II:85. The Acolytes are in the news, making terrorist strikes against genetics labs. The X-Men assume Joseph has become Magneto and follow the Acolytes' craft north. Magneto plans his next attack, while Sabra has taken Joseph to Israel for tests (X-Men II:73), which show he is a clone. The Acolytes land at a remote chemical plant in northern Canada, and the X-Men disembark to stop them. They battle; the Acolytes maneuver them into a large holding tank, dump a fire retardant on them, and leave. But they fly off slowly enough so the X-Men can catch up, which raises Xavier's suspicions. Magneto sends Ferris to the UN while he powers a device at the north magnetic pole. A weather station registers the E-M activity and realizes who it is, just as the power goes out. A woman finds Joseph in Israel, berates him for not doing his job, attacks him, and calls herself his mother. The Aurora crashes in the snow while Ferris announces world unity, saying Magneto's E-M pulse will knock out all electronic devices worldwide. Note: continued in X-Men II:86 Issue: Uncanny X-Men 367 Date: Apr-99 Story: Disturbing Behavior (22 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Joseph Guest Stars: Villains: Magneto and his Acolytes: Cargill, Kamal, Unuscione, Vindaloo, Scanner, Mellencamp, Kath, Neophyte; Astra; Dr. Alda Huxley Other Characters: Gen. Winston Credits: Writer: Alan Davis, Fabian Nicieza Pencils: Leinil Francis Yu Inks: Livesay, Vines Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft Colors: Liquid! Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Note: this is part 2 of the Magneto War and occurs after X-Men II:86. The nuclear blast hits the Acolytes' craft, but its gravimetric shields hold. The unshielded X-Men are below, and Scanner unexpectedly decides to attack them. Magneto continues to power his E-M field, but he senses Joseph moving through it, under Astra's vicious goading. To her he is only a tool to kill Magneto. The X-Men stop playing dead. Xavier is manipulating the Acolytes into attacking, just as he made them shield the X-Men from the nuclear blast. Vindaloo shoots jets of napalm; Kitty phases Xavier out of danger. Unuscione hits Ororo with her exoskeleton, Logan prevents Marrow from attacking and ending the battle too soon, then gets hit by Cargill. The UN debates options: conventional weapons and even the Avengers and SHIELD are useless. A general suggests saturating the area with nukes, but Huxley has a non-world-ending solution. Astra confronts Magneto. ("Let's recap... You show them why it's in their best interest to let you rule them. Surprise - the cattle disagree and fight back! Oh, look, you get offended and all righteous! You'll show them - you'll take away their electric razors!") He says he let Joseph impersonate him to cover his real plan. Astra blasts the filters in his machinery, and he howls in pain as his body becomes a lightning rod. Piotr turns metallic, attracts electricity, and knocks out most of the Acolytes. Kitty phases in, scrambles Kath's cybernetics, and takes the ship, stranding the Acolytes. Magneto says Astra's attack has endangered the whole world and breaks through her Kree shields. He is forced to absorb more energy than he can handle and plans to aim it at her. Joseph resists him, to protect his creator and because he believes in Xavier's dream. Note: continued in X-Men II:87 Issue: Uncanny X-Men 368 Date: May-99 Story: Mansions in Heaven (22 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Cyclops, Phoenix, Beast, Archangel, Iceman, Psylocke, Maggott; Joseph (in flashback) Guest Stars: Villains: Magneto, Ferris, Dr. Alda Huxley Other Characters: Sister Maria, Luis; Ejulp (see X-Men II:88) Credits: Writer: Alan Davis, Joe Casey Pencils: Adam Kubert Inks: Tim Townsend Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/WA Colors: Liquid! Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Note: this occurs after X-Men II:87. Logan sneaks past Genoshan security, planning to kill Magneto, to avenge himself and to protect Xavier's dream. Magneto's security detects him, though, and he encases him in metal in mid-air. End program: it was a Danger Room simulation, which Ororo has fiddled with to get Logan to snap out of it. He tells her off and restarts the program. Xavier goes to the UN to see Huxley, who has taken over his old job as mutant expert. He berates her for giving Genosha to Magneto, a first step toward world domination. She wants answers about his affiliation with the X-Men. Stalemate. Magneto flies to Genosha with Ferris (a much more appropriate yes-man than Toad). He sees news coverage of protests outside the UN, so he smashes the TV with his helmet. Rogue mourns Joseph, and Remy gives her space. X-Men old and new have assembled for the funeral at the nearby mission house, but even Kitty can't get Logan out of the Danger Room. As the eulogy, Xavier asks them all to open their minds and shares Joseph's last feelings with them. In Central America, Sister Maria senses Joseph's passing and sheds a tear. The X-Men confront Logan, saying he shouldn't murder. Just then, an alien interrupts and ports them all away. Note: continued in X-Men II:88 Issue: Uncanny X-Men 369 Date: Jun-99 Story: Collision Course (22 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: young Ororo Munroe Guest Stars: Villains: Juggernaut (Cain Marko), Black Tom Cassidy, Cytorrak, the Trion Other Characters: Oktid aliens including Ejulp Credits: Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh Pencils: Adam Kubert Inks: Tim Townsend Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida Colors: Liquid! Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Note: this occurs after X-Men II:88. Ororo's young self can't explain but leads Ororo across the plains, points her across the desert, says to look to the ground instead of the sky all the time, shows her she (elder) casts no shadow, then disappears, but her (younger) shadow remains and crawls away as dark creatures. Ororo, nonplussed, starts across the desert. Logan doesn't like Xavier in his head and won't let him take control. Kurt uses his power to open a large dimensional rift, letting a large monster catch the large Juggernaut. Ororo sees three beings masked as fish, cat and bird; or water, earth and air; and they pull dark creatures from their own chests. Logan jumps into Juggernaut's mouth; inside the helmet Xavier can attack his mind. They find themselves in an astral plane version of the mansion, and Marko goads Logan into striking him. Xavier realizes it is really Cytorrak, and he feeds on the aggression. They find the real Marko, terrified under the stairs. Ororo unmasks the Trion and refuses to be caged. They battle, with Ororo's powers acting unpredictably. Xavier gets Marko to realize it's all an illusion to keep him scared, and he is still the Juggernaut. He stands his ground as Cytorrak punches him to no effect. Ororo beats the Trion while Marko beats Cytorrak. The giant Juggernaut explodes, making a rift in the universe. Ororo wakes, calmly taps primal forces, and heals the rift. She says the Trion pretended to transcend evil when they actually just hid it in a sphere, achieving not purity but sterility, and using the Oktid as pets. The collected evil reached out and summoned Cytorrak, so they got the X-Men to help rather than dirty their own hands. She could destroy them or release the evil, but she knows they will never learn. Xavier asks Ejulp to send them back to Westchester, and he tries. They wind up in a fake New York, located on one of two moons. Marrow is still unconscious. Note: continued in X-Men II:89. Issue: Uncanny X-Men 370 Date: Jul-99 Story: History Repeats (23 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Guest Stars: Villains: Galactus, Nova; Skrulls including replicants of Thor, Capt. America, Hawkeye, Vision, Scarlet Witch, Beast, Thing, Thunderbird I, Capt. Marvel, Adam Warlock, Angel, Wolverine, Hulk, Daredevil, Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Girl, Dr. Octopus, Havok, Medusa, Hobgoblin, Corsair, Hepzibah, Ch'od, Quicksilver, et al. Other Characters: Credits: Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh Pencils: Adam Kubert Inks: Tim Townsend 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:89. Remy fights fake Avengers and takes their Quinjet. Logan pulls claws on Kurt, not sure it's really him. Xavier and Piotr follow Remy's trail of destruction, while Logan goes after Kitty. Xavier realizes Remy is going to the fake Shi'ar city, to get advanced medical equipment to help Marrow. Galactus is due to arrive soon, and since the past is past, Kurt suggests they find an escape ship. But Xavier ponders changing history and saving 8 billion Skrulls, at least by warning them. Three dead heroes have Kitty captive. They think she wants to kill them, to keep the simulation accurate. Kitty insists she's a real X-Man, but they're paranoid. Fake Wolverine attacks Logan; he takes him down without ruining the uniform, so he can disguise himself. Kurt, Piotr, and Ororo fight their way to an FF plane. Xavier, alone for the moment, uses a Skrull radio to warn them about Galactus. Just before they capture him, Kurt ports him away. They fly to the upper limits of the moon's atmosphere to try to contact the Skrull homeworld. Skrulls in a patrol ship don't believe them and fire, forcing them back to the surface, where they are swamped by Skrull replicants. Remy finds a fake Shi'ar doctor and makes him heal Marrow. Before he's done, Skrulls shoot him, and Remy has to divert their attention from Marrow. But the main battle is in space, where Nova destroys the Skrull fleet. Xavier plans to talk to Galactus. Note: continued in X-Men II:90. Issue: Uncanny X-Men 371 Date: Aug-99 Story: Rage Against the Machine Part 1: Crossed Wires (22 pages) Feature Characters: Prof. X, Storm, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow Regular Characters: Guest Stars: Thunderbird I, Magik, Joseph, Iceman, Cyclops, Cable, Psylocke, Phoenix, Maggott, Cannonball, X-Man, Angel, Beast, Bishop, Havok, Penance (all in dream); Machine Man (X-51); SHIELD including Col. Nick Fury, Maj. Remington Sole; Douglock Villains: Juggernaut, Skrulls, Galactus (all in dream); Skrull Wolverine Other Characters: Ejulp (in a dream) Credits: Writer: Alan Davis, Terry Kavanagh Pencils: Jimmy Cheung Inks: Mark Morales Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida Colors: Liquid! Editor: Mark Powers Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras Synopsis: Note: this occurs after X-Men II:90. Aboard the Skrull ship, Xavier, unconscious, dreams. He sees the X-Men who have died, then sees all his X-Men dead in the future. He concentrates and remembers Ejulp accidentally sending them to the Skrull world, just in time to see Galactus devour it. He looks within to see who has breached his mind, and cries out. Awake, he gets his bearings. Kitty says the ship automatically put them in stasis when the E-M pulse hit, and they lost 8 days. (Note: Logan has been replaced by a Skrull replicant, see iss. 375.) X-51 is under fire and gets zapped and captured by SHIELD, who want spare parts for Project: Deathlok. Marrow adjusts to being beautiful. She tells Remy she's not angry he hurt her and thanks him for healing her. Kitty flies the ship to Muir, since it's too big to land in Salem Center. They call Rogue to let her know they're okay. SHIELD scientists dissect X-51 and receive a severely burnt agent in a survival pod. Fury is furious to learn they grafted him into a cybernetic body, on Sole's authority. He's concerned about mutants (cf. Cable 62) and has sent a squad to Muir. Kitty docks in the cove, happy to revisit Excalibur's old stomping grounds. Xavier is agitated and insists they immediately return home, leaving Kitty, Kurt and Piotr behind to visit. Moira is out of town with Sean, but they see a light in the guest cottage. They expect to find Douglock but hear a SHIELD ship land and find a large field of T-O ashes. Douglock emerges from the ground beneath SHIELD. Note: continued in X-Men II:91.
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