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Issue:	X-Factor Annual 1
Date:	1986
Story:	Grand Design (40 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Angel, Beast, Iceman, Cameron Hodge
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Father Alex Garnoff and his mutant cell: Mentac the Living
Computer, Concussion (Mikhail), Iron Curtain, Siberian Tiger, Simas
Villains:	Dr. Wolfgang Helmut Heinreich (Doppelganger), his robot the Crimson
Dynamo, thugs Anatoly, Yuri
Other Characters:	Sasha Yasinov, Maj. Nikoli Uzbek; Senator Thompson
Credits:	Writer: Bob Layton
	Pencils & Inks: Bob Layton
	Letters: Janice Chiang
	Colors: Petra Scotese
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Jim Shooter
Synopsis	X-Factor has been posing as a mutant-hunting organization. Yasinov and
Uzbek are representatives of the Soviet government who ask them to come to Russia
and teach their mutant-hunting methods.
	Hodge arranges a meeting with Thompson, who reveals that the Soviets are
dissecting mutants in an attempt learn enough to produce a master race. Heinreich
is the son of a Nazi doctor and heads this program.
	In a mutant prison camp within Russia, the Dynamo prevents an escape.
	X-Factor lands at an airport in Moscow and are attacked by Garnoff's cell.
Soldiers beat them off, killing a mutant.
	Warren, secretly flying in on his own, is attacked by Russian helicopters and
evades them.
	Heinreich is introduced to X-Factor and immediately realizes they are mutants.
He has Bobby abducted and uses his own mutant power to mimic Bobby's shape and
powers. Garnoff's cell kidnaps Bobby from his assailants and interrogates him. He
reveals that X-Factor are really mutants.
	X-Factor, with Heinreich as Bobby, rendezvous with Warren and sneaks into the
prison camp. Doppelganger and the Dynamo attack X-Factor, and Bobby leads
Garnoff's cell to attack the camp. Bobby generates so much ice that floor
collapses, burying Doppelganger alive, and Hank teaches him enough Russian to
command the Dynamo to cease his attack. The captive mutants are freed.
	For their own good, Garnoff mesmerizes X-Factor, forcing them to turn Mikhail
and him over to the Russian government, thus giving X-Factor an alibi. They are
allowed to board their plane home.
	Warren buzzes the jet, and, inexplicably, Heinreich is alive and aboard the
same plane.

Issue:	X-Factor Annual 2
Date:	1987
Story:	The Man in the Moon (40 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman
Regular Characters:	Arthur Maddicks, Leech
Guest Stars:	Power Pack: Katie, Julie, Alex, and Jack Power and Franklin
Richards; Angel (deceased); Phoenix (deceased); Inhumans Luna, Gorgon, Karnak,
Triton, Medusa, Black Bolt, Iridia
Villains:	Quicksilver, the Inhuman Maximus and the dog Lockjaw
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Joe Duffy
	Pencils: Tom Grindberg
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Petra Scotese
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Jim Shooter
Synopsis	In Central Park, Franklin tells Power Pack about a dream he had.
Quicksilver carried him to the moon and blew it apart.
	A crazed Quicksilver and Lockjaw try to abduct Franklin, but Leech inhibits
their powers and catches them with the help of Power Pack and X-Factor as the
X-Terminators. Scott orders Leech away, and Lockjaw teleports them to his home,
Attilan, the Inhuman city in the blue area of the moon, which is also where
Phoenix died. Quicksilver is distressed by this and also by seeing his daughter
Luna. The Inhumans attack Quicksilver, but Lockjaw teleports away with him,
Franklin, and Medusa.
	It is revealed that Crystal had abandoned Quicksilver and their daughter Luna
for Johnny Storm, and this bothers Jean, reminding her that Scott did a similar
thing for her.
	It is revealed that Maximus has been controlling the minds of Crystal,
Quicksilver, and Lockjaw and causing Black Bolt's migraines. He plans to use
Franklin's psychic powers to control all the Inhumans.
	The Inhumans and X-Factor attack Maximus's tower and defeat him. Quicksilver
is freed and reunited with Luna.

Issue:	X-Factor Annual 3
Date:	1988
Story 1:	Unnatural Selection (36 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman
Regular Characters:	Ship, Arthur Maddicks
Guest Stars:	Emma Frost, Psylocke, Dr. Druid, Franklin Richards, Rachel Summers
Villains:	The High Evolutionary, Stack, Major Purge, Gatherers, Purifier
troops; Apocalypse and Caliban
Other Characters:	Subterraneans created by the Deviants, including Moloids,
Tyrannoids, Lava Men; a telepathic Subterraneans named Val-or.
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Terry Shoemaker
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Petra Scotese
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This story is part of the Evolutionary War cross-over.
	Purifier troops battle Subterraneans far beneath the earth.
	X-Factor is rebuilding the Empire State Building, damaged in issue 25.
Suddenly, telepaths all over the world are interrupted by Val-or's psychic
scream, which renders Jean unconscious.
	The Subterraneans just as suddenly become docile, allowing Stack to sterilize
them so they can no longer reproduce. When Val-or is grabbed, however, he spurs
all of them to renew their attack.
	X-Factor tunnels down to help, find tortured Subterraneans, and are attacked
until Hank locates Val-or and Jean calms him down.
	Apocalypse objects to the High Evolutionary's interference in natural
selection and is promptly attacked by him. They teleport to observe the
Subterraneans. Purge captures Val-or and is stopped by him after he attacks Hank.
This proves Apocalpyse's point that even genetic "dead ends" can be worthy of
survival. The High Evolutionary remains unconvinced, but he teleports his troops
away. Val-or remains below ground to help his people.
	NOTE: the original covers to issues 8 and 16 are included.

Story 2:	Changes! (10 pages)
Feature Characters:	Beast
Regular Characters:	Rusty Collins, Arthur Maddicks, Skids, Leech, Rictor, Boom
Boom, Ship
Guest Stars:	photos of Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman, Angel, Professor Xavier,
Dr. Carl Maddicks, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Wolverine, Storm, Madelyne Pryor,
Nathan Christopher Summers
Villains:	
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Tom Artis
	Inks: Joe Ribinstein
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Petra Scotese
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	The kids, racing through Ship, knock Hank over, spilling the pictures
out of his photo album. This leads to reminiscence: Professor X and the original
X-Men; Hank's transformation to and from his blue, furry form; Bobby as an
accountant; Warren with his own wings; Scott with the new X-Men; Phoenix; Scott
in Alaska with Madelyne

Story 3:	The Gift (6 pages)
Feature Characters:	
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Herbert Edgar Wyndham (The High Evolutionary)
Other Characters:	Wyndham's mother; Wladyslav Shinsky, Arnim Zola, Jonathan
Drew
Credits:	Writer: Mark Gruenwald
	Pencils: Paris Cullins
	Inks: Tony DeZuniga
	Letters: Ken Lopez
	Colors: Gregory Wright
	Editor: Ralph Macchio
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This story is part of the Evolutionary War cross-over: the background
story of the High Evolutionary.
	In 1928, Wyndham experiments with radiation to cause cellular mutation in
rats. He receives an invitation to a genetics conference in Geneva. Shinsky
advises Wyndham not to play with genetic mutation until the genetic code is
broken. Wyndham is given information on that subject by a mysterious stranger.

Issue:	X-Terminators 1
Date:	Oct-88
Story:	Invasion of the Baby-Snatchers (28 pages)
Feature Characters:	Leech, Arthur "Artie" Maddicks, Skids (Sally Blevins),
Rusty (Russell Collins), Rictor (Julio Esteban Richter), Boom Boom (Tabitha
Smith), Wiz Kid (Takeshi "Taki" Matsuya)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	X-Factor: Beast, Iceman, Marvel Girl, Cyclops
Villains:	Limbo demons including N'Astirh, S'ym, Crotus
Other Characters:	Bill, Dr. Gloria Johnson, Lynne Huntington, Muffy, Mrs.
Bethel, Ed
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Al Williamson, Al Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: John Wellington
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of the Inferno crossover.
	N'Astirh has stirred. S'ym and he fight; S'ym plans to take over Limbo and
earth, but is restrained by the Soulsword. Every time Illyana takes it to
herself, S'ym's power can grow.
	S'ym sends N'Astirh to steal 13 powerful babies, as a sacrifice to open a
permanent portal to earth. He shows up in a cemetery, captures Bill and frees the
demon within him, then sends all his demons out to find small, powerful humans.
	Rusty turns himself over to the navy (having gone AWOL in X-Factor 1), and has
a tearful good-bye with Skids.
	Rictor, Boom Boom, and Skids go to Phillips Academy, where they meet many
snobs.
	Artie and Leech are enrolled in St. Simon boarding school, where they befriend
Taki, a wheelchair-bound mutant with the ability to create machines. He invents
one that measures energy fluctuations, and realizes there is something strange
going on. That night, demons try to kidnap Leech and Artie (thinking they qualify
as babies). He realizes he can mentally reconfigure his wheelchair, and attacks
the goblins with guns blazing, but fizzles out when he gets too close to Leech,
and the demons make away with the pair.
	Their teachers call the police, and find they can't get through to New York to
alert X-Factor. Taki makes his wheelchair a helicopter, flies to Phillips
Academy, picks up Skids, Boom Boom, and Rictor, and jets away (fueled by Boom
Boom's bombs) to the Navy prison where Rusty is being held. They break in and
break him out, even though it's illegal.

 Issue:	X-Terminators 2
Date:	Nov-88
Story:	Speed Demon! (28 pages)
Feature Characters:	Leech, Artie, Skids, Rusty, Rictor, Boom Boom, Wiz Kid
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	X-Factor: Beast, Iceman, Marvel Girl, Cyclops (as a projection
from Artie)
Villains:	Limbo demons including N'Astirh, Crotus
Other Characters:	Tim, Helen, and baby Timmy; Jermaine, baby Russel
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: John Wellington
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of the Inferno crossover.
	N'Astirh makes a deal with Hodge, granting him immortality. His servants bring
Artie and Leech to him, thinking they are babies, and he yells at them for
incompetence, and says they can eat the mutants after their work is complete. He
is having trouble doing magic on earth; the ether is too dense.
	Artie is able to send a visual message that guides the X-Terminators to him in
New York. But Rusty makes them stop and try to call X-Factor. To get a quarter,
Boom Boom demolishes a Pepsi machine, but Taki rebuilds it. Rusty can't get
through on the phone, so they head to New York, after stopping to get some
clothes (courtesy Taki's trust fund) and take the name X-Terminators (after
X-Factor, see X-Factor 8).
	The demons find baby Timmy in the 'burbs, attack his parents and kidnap him.
They observe the X-Terminators and hear that Taki's computer has a spellchecker,
and think that will help N'Astirh cast spells, so they pursue them.
	New York is hot and full of trash, and the phones still don't work. Only Taki
believes they are fighting goblins, and when he follows one alone, he is
kidnapped. That convinces the rest of the team, who fight off the demons but
can't save Taki. N'Astirh is about to enter the computer age.

Issue:	X-Terminators 3
Date:	Dec-88
Story:	Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? (28 pages)
Feature Characters:	Leech, Artie, Skids, Rusty, Rictor, Boom Boom, Wiz Kid
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	New Mutants Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Magik, Mirage, Sunspot,
Warlock, Gosamyr
Villains:	Limbo demons including S'ym, N'Astirh, Crotus
Other Characters:	babies including Timmy, Russel
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: John Wellington
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of the Inferno crossover.
	The X-Terminators find a map of Queens in the public library, and are attacked
by demon-possessed books and the lion statues. They take the subway, and the
train becomes a runaway. Rusty punches out the demonic conductor, who turns human
again when unconscious, and Skids brakes the train. In the subway tunnel, they
are attacked by rats. They climb up into Queens, are attacked by some bikers,
defeat them, and borrow their Harleys.
	N'Astirh uses Artie and Leech as hostages to get Taki to make a computer for
him. He plans to use magic to overthrow S'ym, who he thinks relies too much on
his techno-organic abilities. Taki demands privacy, health food, and computer
parts in order to work. Supplies are also provided to Leech and Artie, so they
can care for the assembled infants.
	The X-Terminators finally get to N'Astirh's mausoleum and attack, while he
forces Taki to type spells into the computer (he can't himself; demons drive make
the computer short out). The demons defeat them, and the spell transports them
all to Times Square. The demons fly into the sky with the babies in formation,
and the next spell opens the portal to Limbo.

Issue:	X-Terminators 4
Date:	Jan-89
Story:	Finale! (98 pages)
Feature Characters:	Leech, Artie, Skids, Rusty, Rictor, Boom Boom, Wiz Kid
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	New Mutants Cannonball, Wolfsbane, Magik, Mirage, Sunspot,
Warlock, Gosamyr
Villains:	Limbo demons including S'ym, N'Astirh, Crotus
Other Characters:	babies including Timmy, Russel
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Petra Scotese
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part of the Inferno crossover, and occurs during New
Mutants 72.
	Demons have overrun Times Square. N'Astirh gives Artie and Leech to Crotus to
eat, but Taki punches him out with his wheelchair. He gets Artie to pull the plug
on the computer, which is keeping the portal open, but Crotus plugs it back in.
	The X-Terminators have got free and are attacked by demons. Taki creates a
flying machine around them all, and blasts off into the sky to disrupt the
portal. Demons follow and break the ship into individual ships; Taki is captured
again. Skids pulls a baby out of the pentagram, and with the help of Leech,
Rusty, and the New Mutants.
	The New Mutants go to free the rest of the babies, while the X-Terminators go
to free Taki. N'Astirh takes control of Taki and makes him operate the computer,
to create spells to attack S'ym. Taki is able to multiply the spell out of
control, so that it attacks N'Astirh, as well. Rictor saves Taki from N'Astirh,
who decides to let S'ym make him techno-organic, so he can absorb the computer
and have its abilities himself. But Taki restrains the computer, keeping it
normal, and the stress causes an explosion.
	The New Mutants have the babies; N'Astirh and the portal are gone. Taki is
hurt, but a hero.

Issue:	X-Factor Annual 4
Date:	1989
Story 1:	I Must Go Down to the Sea Again (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Nathan Christopher Summers; Ship
Guest Stars:	The Scarlet Witch, Lady Andromeda
Villains:	Set (behind the scenes), Ghaur, Lord Attuma
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: John Byrne
	Pencils: John Byrne
	Inks: Walt Simonson
	Letters: Jim Novak
	Colors: Tom Vincent
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This story is part of the Atlantis Attacks cross-over.
	Jean, in stasis, is being pulled through the sky to Ghaur to act as the sixth
bride. Hank holding on desperately to her ankles, is able to break through to her
telepathically, and they plummet to the sea. Jean is sucked underwater to the
intake of a water purification system, which Attuma explodes. He takes Jean
captive and orders Hank killed, but Andromeda attacks and allies with Hank.
	Attuma tries to rape Jean, but she repulses him, and Andromeda and Hank come
to the rescue. Hank is unable to resuscitate Jean and reluctantly gives her to
Ghaur, to save her life. Ghaur also steals Andromeda away before her father
Attuma can kill her.

Story 2:	"...That I Be Bound in a Nutshell" (10 pages)
Feature Characters:	
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Magneto, the Fantastic Four
Villains:	Dr. Victor Von Doom, Mephisto
Other Characters:	Alexia, Von Doom's father, Magneto's wife Magda and their
daughter Anya
Credits:	Writer: Ralph Macchio
	Pencils & Inks: John L. Byrne
	Letters: Jim Novak
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	Doom summons Magneto to Latveria to ask him why he has turned good. He
gives Magneto his reconstructed helmet which gives him mind-control abilities. He
holds a mutant child Alexia captive and threatens to kill her unless Magneto
fights him telepathically.
	Magneto attacks, and we see Doom's memories of his gypsy father's death, his
vow of vengeance against uncaring humanity, and his transformation into a
super-villain.
	Doom counter-attacks, and we see Magneto's memories of Anya's death, his vow
of vengeance on uncaring humanity, and his transformation into a super-villain.
	Magneto ends the duel and destroys both his helmet and Alexia, who as a
witness is now a threat to him.

Story 3:	Inferno Aftermath (12 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship
Guest Stars:	The Blues Brothers: FBI agents Jacob Farber, Elwood McNulty
Villains:	One of N'astirh's demons
Other Characters:	Dr. Ned Zane, dentist; Empire State University's Paranormal
Probe Team including Dr. Snodgrass; J. Jonah Jameson, Lance Bannon, Jacob
Conover, Edwin Jarvis, Gilgamesh, Thor
Credits:	Writer: Mark Gruenwald
	Pencils: Jim Fern
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Gregory Wright
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	The Blues Brothers are assigned to investigate the Inferno affair and
conduct interviews with the staff of the Bugle, the Avengers, and X-Factor.
X-Factor, consulting with Reed Richards, decides to cover up the issue and claim
that a hypnotic ray caused the whole thing.
	
Story 4:	Emperor of Death (6 pages)
Feature Characters:	
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	The Watcher, Namor
Villains:	Naga of Lemuria, Karthon the Quester, the octopus Gargantos, Llyra;
Ghaur, Trittex
Other Characters:	Namor's love Dorma, Karthon's sister Liyna
Credits:	Writer: Peter Sanderson
	Pencils: Mark Bagley
	Inks: Keith Williams
	Letters: Richard Starkings, Moede
	Colors: Santiago Tapia, Jr.
	Editor: Mark Gruenwald
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This story is part of The Saga of the Serpent Crown cross-over.
	The Watcher relates how Namor tried to kill Naga (in possession of the Serpent
Crown), thought he killed Dorma, but actually killed Liyna. Karthon slays Naga
and is almost controlled by the serpent crown, but Namor intervenes. Lemuria
takes Karthon as their new ruler.
	Llyra, the high priestess of Set, plans to kill Karthon and become empress.
Ghaur observes her.

Issue:	X-Factor special
Date:	1990
Story:	Prisoner of Love (48 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship, Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	a street gang (the Rattlers); Synthia Naip; a Dark One
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Jim Starlin
	Pencils & Inks: Jackson Guice
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Alfred Ramirez
	Asst. Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	Hank is in a "snit," feeling sorry for himself because he doesn't have
a normal life. He takes a walk, incognito, along the streets of New York. He
defends Synthia from a street gang, immediately falls in love with her, and is
knocked out by the gang.
	He wakes in Synthia nearly barren apartment, and she takes him as her lover
and protector. The next morning, she bites his finger, drawing blood, but he
doesn't mind. He dreams of a blood-red sky, and a monster that becomes a man and
hunts Synthia. He realizes she is not entirely human, but she is not forthcoming
with explanations. He lives with her for days, grows weak, and is unable to
contact X-Factor. He dreams of them as monsters attacking Synthia, and he defends
her.
	He realizes he is her prisoner, and that he is dying. She finally explains
that she is a cosmic being, beyond good and evil, and that her kind have been
hunted down by the Dark Ones. She has been draining Hank to replenish her own
energies, and she preps him to defend her for real.
	The Dark One arrives, and the world goes topsy-turvy. But Hank concentrates
and helps Synthia overcome her foe. She thanks him and leaves him in an alley so
he can return to his life.

Issue:	X-Factor Annual 5
Date:	1990
Story 1:	Act of Faith (48 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship, Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	The Fantastic Four: Reed and Sue Richards, Johnny Storm, Shary;
Ben Grimm, Franklin Richards (baby and adult); X-Men Forge and Banshee; Rachel
Summers; the New Mutants: Sunspot, Warlock, Boom-Boom, Cannonball, Cable
Villains:	Ahab and his hounds, Sentinels
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Asst. Asst. Editor: David B. Schwartz
	Asst. Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This story is part of the Days of Future Present cross-over.
	While X-Factor is playing jai alai and Scott and Jean bicker, a grown-up
Franklin flies over New York City and decides that Ship doesn't belong there. He
dematerializes it.
	The Fantastic Four explain that they were attacked by Franklin and call on
X-Factor for help.
	Rachel attacks Franklin and is repelled. Jean meets her and refuses to believe
she is her daughter.
	Sentinels attack Franklin atop the Chrysler building, and X-Factor and the
Fantastic Four destroy them.
	Ahab uses his harpoon to turn Rachel back into his hound, but fails. He and
his hounds battle X-Factor, the Fantastic Four, and the New Mutants beneath the
Statue of Liberty. Torch and Bobby destroy Ahab's portal and reveal his
machinery, which Scott destroys. Ahab and his hounds are immediately sucked to
their own time.
	Franklin reappears and tells Scott that his son will be a powerful mutant, but
he should never have been born, so he takes him away.

Story 2:	Tribute the First (10 pages)
Feature Characters:	Marvel Girl
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Mrs. Scully, her father and her husband Sam (deceased), her
aunt
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Dave Ross
	Inks: Geof Isherwood
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Nel Yomtov
	Asst. Asst. Editor: David B. Schwartz
	Asst. Editor: Suzanne Gaffney
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	Jean lays flowers at Phoenix's grave, which is marked with her own
name. Mrs. Scully tells her life story: she was a rich Jewish girl who had been
sent to a Nazi concentration camp. She was allowed to live because she could
dance ballet for the commandant. She moved to America, married Sam, and was
rejected by her aunt for marrying outside their faith. She is an example to Jean
of how to have many lives and yet remain true to herself.

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