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Issue:	X-Factor 56
Date:	Jul-90
Story:	Ravens (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Nathan Christopher Summers; Ship
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Crimson and five other Ravens including Coral, Shana, Azure
Other Characters:	Trish Tilby and her cameraman Frank; Officer (Charlotte)
Jones
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Steven Carr
	Inks: Allen Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Tom Vincent
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Ravens gather in Manson's, a bar in lower Manhattan. Crimson tells
them her plan to attack Warren, and Azure violates the mind of a stock broker,
hospitalizing him.
	Warren breaks up a gang war but is caught on camera and denounced by Trish as
a vigilante.
	Jean returns from a visit with the X-Men (Uncanny X-Men 261-263).
	Azure goes to the hospital and starts to kill the broker with his own
memories. Warren intervenes but Azure takes control of his mind. This has the
side-effect of freeing Warren's wings, which instinctively decapitate Azure (he
dissolves into flaming mist).
	The Ravens must now add Warren to their ranks, or their circle will be
permanently broken. Crimson instead wants to absorb Warren's power, allow the
other Ravens to die, and survive alone.
	Warren stops street thugs from burning a homeless woman. Crimson introduces
herself as a friend, and renders him unconscious. Jones intervenes, and before
Crimson can attack her, the sun rises, and she must flee.
	Hank argues with Trish over her reporting of Warren.

Issue:	X-Factor 57
Date:	Aug-90
Story:	Reflections (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	X-Men Banshee and Forge
Villains:	Super-soldiers from the Right and Cameron Hodge (unnamed); Crimson
and the Ravens
Other Characters:	Officer (Charlotte) Jones, a policeman named Chuck; Trish
Tilby; bank guards including Fred; Candy Southern (in Warren's delusion)
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Andy Kubert
	Inks: Allen Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Tom Vincent
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	X-Factor find Warren, soaring in a delirium over New York. He is
attacked by the Right, who have armor specially designed to combat X-Factor.
	Crimson's attack last issue has deranged Warren even further. He believes
himself to still be Angel and tries to do his banking as Warren Worthington.
Guards confront him, assuming he is robbing the bank.
	The Right and X-Factor immediately go to the bank. Warren beats off the Right
and flies away.
	Forge and Banshee arrive, saying that believe a subcutaneous poison capsule is
causing Warren's madness. They all attack him in the boardroom of the Worthington
Building and place a shackle around his waist that inhibit his powers, but then
the Ravens transport him away.

Issue:	X-Factor 58
Date:	Sep-90
Story:	Nevermore (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	X-Men Banshee and Forge
Villains:	Ravens including Crimson, Shana, Cobolt, Cerise, Beryl, Coral, Ruby
Other Characters:	Officer Charlotte Jones and her son Timmy
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Allen Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	The Ravens take Warren to a theater and begin to add him to their
circle. Cobolt sends Crimson, Cerise and Beryl to find a victim for Warren to
feed on, to seal himself as a vampire. They kidnap Jones.
	X-Factor search for them, Jean using reemerging telepathic powers to sense
them, and interrupt Warren feeding on Jones. While they attack the Ravens,
Crimson attacks Warren, trying to absorb his power for herself. Jones removes the
inhibitor belt from Warren, and he decapitates Crimson.
	Jean decapitates the leader Cobalt with a giant ankh, and the rest of the
Ravens dissolve into fiery mist.
	Forge removes the poison pellet from Warren's skin.

Issue:	X-Factor 59
Date:	Oct-90
Story:	Yesterday's News (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship; Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Cameron Hodge
Other Characters:	Reporters including Charlie Grant, Liz Barnes, Trish Tilby,
and her boss (and ex-husband) Paul Burton; Officer Charlotte Jones, her
mother-in-law, her son Timmy, and her husband George (in flashback); Opal
(Tanaka)
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Terry Shoemaker
	Inks: Allen Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	The press accost Warren with questions about his recent vigilante
rampage and his claim that he is Warren Worthington, thought dead since issue 15.
He saves Grant and Barnes from a fall but then dunks them in the East River, and
Trish catches this on tape.
	Warren goes to Charlotte's apartment, gets a lecture from her mother-in-law
and adulation from her son. Her husband had been shot and her son crippled in a
shoot-out between white gang members.
	Hank, Scott, and Jean test Christopher's mutant ability to project a force
bubble, and Scott and Jean reconcile.
	Trish voices her concerns over her own reporting of mutant activity and is
sent by Paul on assignment to India.
	Bobby takes Opal ice-sledding, and Warren takes Charlotte flying - budding
romances. Opal receives a disturbing letter. Warren, happy and more like his old
self, holds a smooth interview with the media.

Issue:	X-Factor 60
Date:	Nov-90
Story:	Brotherhood (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship, Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	New Mutants: Cable, Cannonball, Sunspot, Boom-Boom, Rictor,
Wolfsbane, Warlock (deceased); X-Men: Storm, Forge, Gambit, Banshee; Havok (Alex
Summers)
Villains:	Commander Cameron Hodge, the president of Genosha (Reneau, unnamed),
Genegineer (Dr. David Moreau, unnamed), Chief Magistrate "Tam" Anderson, Wipeout,
Pipeline
Other Characters:	Opal (Tanaka); Paul Burton, Dr. Valerie Cooper; reporter Sam
Mellon, Mr. Smith (Boom-Boom's father); Mutate #7875
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Allen Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	This issue is part 3 of the X-Tinction Agenda crossover.
	Hodge (decapitated by Warren in iss. 34) is still alive, courtesy the demon
N'astirh, and has a spider-like, cybernetic body. He plots with the Genoshan
president and Genegineer to execute their captives mutants, make Genosha a world
power, and destroy all mutants, especially Warren.
	Cooper summons X-Factor to Washington to let them know the U.S. government
will not oppose their rescuing the New Mutants. They land on the coast of Genosha
and are promptly attacked. The amnesiac Havok is now a Genoshan magistrate and
fights Scott. The Genoshans retreat.
	Boom-Boom, Rictor, and Storm escape and try to make their way to the U.S.
embassy.

Issue:	X-Factor 61
Date:	Dec-90
Story:	Betrayal! (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	New Mutants: Cable, Cannonball, Sunspot, Boom-Boom, Rictor,
Wolfsbane (now Mutate #490), Warlock (deceased); X-Men: Storm (now Mutate #20),
Forge, Gambit, Banshee, Psylocke; Wolverine and Jubilee; Havok (Alex Summers)
Villains:	Commander Cameron Hodge, the president of Genosha (Reneau, unnamed),
Genegineer (Dr. David Moreau, unnamed)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Allen Milgrom
	Letters: Joe Rosen
	Colors: Mike Rockwitz
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	This issue is part 6 of the X-Tinction Agenda crossover.
	Hodge has captured ten of these nineteen mutants and places Jean in a cell
with Wolverine, who is without his healing factor and dying. He hopes they will
unbridle their passions, thereby betraying Scott.
	Banshee, Warren, and Cannonball attack the President's office and are
captured. Scott, Bobby, and Hank, infiltrate the Genoshan Citadel. Alex attacks
them, but Scott grabs him and makes him remember his real identity, but Hodge
arrives, to Havok pretends to still be a magistrate and shoots his brother.

Issue:	X-Factor 62
Date:	Jan-91
Story:	Capital Punishment (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	New Mutants: Cable, Cannonball, Sunspot, Boom-Boom, Rictor,
Wolfsbane, Warlock (deceased), Douglas Ramsey (deceased); X-Men: Storm, Forge,
Gambit, Banshee, Psylocke; Wolverine and Jubilee; Havok (Alex Summers)
Villains:	Commander Cameron Hodge, President Reneau, Chief Magistrate "Tam"
Anderson
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson
	Pencils: Jon Bogdanove
	Inks: Allen Milgrom
	Letters: Task Force Z2
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	This issue is part 9 of the X-Tinction Agenda crossover.
	The mutants have been freed and have had their powers restored with the help
of the Genegineer, whom Hodge has killed. Rictor and Wolfsbane find the wounded
Hodge, and Wolfsbane attacks him. She has been transformed by the Genegineer and
is much more aggressive and powerful in her wolf form than previously. Storm and
Warren arrive and attack Hodge but are defeated, and Hodge tries to repay Warren
by decapitation. Havok, Scott, Jean and Wolverine intervene, but Hodge defeats
all but the Summers brothers. They confront Hodge on the top of the Citadel and
together blast him, but he is kept alive by the power of a demon and manages to
pull them both over the edge. Jean catches them, and Rictor collapses the
Citadel, burying Hodge's immortal head beneath its rubble.
	Hank has rounded up the remaining mutants and discovered that the magistrates
rebelled and captured their insane president. They announce new elections, and
Havok and Wolfsbane remain in Genosha to ensure fairness to mutates.
	Back in Westchester, Boom-Boom sprinkles Warlock's ashes on Doug's grave, and
there is a promising sparkle of light.

Issue:	X-Factor 63
Date:	Feb-91
Story:	Family (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship
Guest Stars:	Mariko, head of the Yazuka clan Yashida
Villains:	The Dragon Lord of the Tatsu clan (a Japanese Mafia figure), his five
cybernetically-enhanced Oyabun (lieutenants, also called Cyberpunks) including
Katsu'ta'ro and Fu'se, and Yazuka (gangsters)
Other Characters:	Opal Tanaka (real name revealed as Miki), her adoptive
parents George and Rita Tanaka, her birth-mother Shizu'ko
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson, Whilce Portacio (plot assist)
	Pencils & Inks: Whilce Portacio
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
	Special Thanks: Kimson Agena
	Special Assist: Homage Studios
Synopsis:	Out to dinner with Bobby, Opal tells him that she received a letter
that revealed she was adopted (issue 59). They are suddenly attacked by Yazuka,
who throw Bobby out a window and abduct Opal before he can stop them.
	The Tanakas tell Bobby that Lord Tatsu'o is her grandfather and beg his help
in rescuing her. Tatsu'o tells Opal that she has been brought to Japan to choose
a husband and bear an heir to his criminal empire.
	Bobby and Jean Scott fly to Japan, and Mariko offers to have her ninjas rescue
Opal during a sumo-wrestling match that Tatsu'o is sponsoring.
	During the match, Opal cries out for help, and Bobby attacks prematurely, as
do Mariko's ninjas, who are swiftly defeated. Tatsu'o teleports away with his
granddaughter.
	Note: Scott, Jean, and Bobby have new blue and gold uniforms with this issue.

Issue:	X-Factor 64
Date:	Mar-91
Story:	The Price (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Mariko
Villains:	Tatsu'o, his Cyberpunks: Katsu'ta'ro, Fu'se, Hiro, Ko'ichi, and Toshi
Other Characters:	Opal Tanaka, her father (deceased) and mother Shizu'ko
Credits:	Writer: Louise Simonson, Whilce Portacio (plot assist)
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Glynis Oliver, Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
	Special Thanks: Kimson Agena
Synopsis:	Bobby plans to attack the Tatsu stronghold directly and rescue Opal.
	Hiro tells Opal of her parents: they were from warring clans and were not
allowed to marry. Her mother sent her to America to save her from the Yazuka
life. Opal tries and fails to escape on her own, and Tatsu'o has Hiro shackled
but then, when Bobby attacks, gives him the chance to redeem himself in battle.
	Jean telekinetically transports Mariko and her ninjas into the compound, and
they learns that Shizu'ko has poisoned Tatsu'o's tea. The ninjas free Opal.
	The Cyberpunks, jealous of Hiro, attack him, and Bobby saves him. Hiro is
duty-bound to fight him, but they do so without enhanced abilities. Hiro is a
much better fighter, but he allows Bobby to defeat him in order to prove himself
a man, not a killing machine.
	The Tatsu'o mansion explodes.

Issue:	X-Factor 65
Date:	Apr-91
Story:	Malign Influences (26 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship; Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Apocalypse and his task-force, later identified as suborned Inhumans
called "Riders of the Storm": Foxbat, Gauntlet, Tusk, Psynapse, Barrage,
Harddrive
Other Characters:	Charlotte Jones, Opal Tanaka, Rick Carmichael, Trish Tilby
Credits:	Writer: Jim Lee, Whilce Portacio (plot), Chris Claremont (script)
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	This issue is part 1 of Endgame.
	Ship is malfunctioning. Apocalypse, observing, plans to avenge himself on
them, especially Ship, which had been his until issue 25.
	Warren and Charlotte renew their relationship; Jean and Scott have a
heart-to-heart; Bobby takes Opal out; and Hank watches Trish on TV.
	Apocalypse's thugs crash their ship into Ship, board, and attack. Psynapse
attacks Jean on the astral plane, and this triggers the resurgence of her
telepathic power. She quickly defeats Psynapse and Gauntlet, and the other
villains have already been subdued.
	Meanwhile, however, Hardware is infiltrating Ship's cybernetic core, shutting
it down.
	Note: the first part of the Apocalypse Manifesto is appended to this issue,
giving an analysis of Warren, Scott, and Jean. Scott is listed as progenitor of
"the Twelve."

Issue:	X-Factor 66
Date:	May-91
Story:	Heroic Effort (27 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship; Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	Captain America, Sersi, Thing, Torch, She-Hulk; Askani
Villains:	Apocalypse, Foxbat, Gauntlet, Tusk, Harddrive
Other Characters:	Charlotte Jones (now a police sergeant, and again mistakenly
drawn as a Caucasian on page 22), policemen named Reuben, Schlesinger, Alvarez,
Cameron, Kassinoff, Buchanan, Shetterley
Credits:	Writer: Jim Lee, Whilce Portacio (plot), Chris Claremont (script)
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Pat Brosseau
	Colors: Glynis Oliver, Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This issue, presumably, is part 2 of Endgame.
	Ship, out of control, attacks the city, and super-heroes from all over New
York are kept busy rescuing people. Harddrive knocks out Jean while continuing to
corrupt Ship's systems. Ship nevertheless warns Scott that Nathan Christopher is
in danger. Askani arrives suddenly, mistakenly attacks X-Factor, thus allowing
Foxbat to teleport away with the baby.
	The police storm Ship, but it allows only Charlotte to enter. Gauntlet tries
to abduct her and is foiled by Warren.
	Hank is able to establish communication with Ship, which announces that it is
dying but unwilling to be controlled by Apocalypse again. It rockets into space
and plans to self-destruct, and Apocalypse prudently teleports his people away.
	Hank tries valiantly to rewrite Ship's programming, but it explodes in space
anyway.
	Note: the second part of the Apocalypse Manifesto is appended to this issue,
giving an analysis of Bobby and Hank.

Issue:	X-Factor 67
Date:	Jun-91
Story:	Lunar Opposition! (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship; Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	Inhumans Black Bolt, Karnak, Gorgon, and Crystal (and her dog
Lockjaw), Triton; Askani, Boak
Villains:	Apocalypse, Foxbat, Gauntlet; Sebastian Shaw and his son Shinobi
Other Characters:	Sgt. Charlotte Jones
Credits:	Writer: Jim Lee, Whilce Portacio (plot), Chris Claremont (script)
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Glynis Oliver, Mike Thomas
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This issue, presumably, is part 3 of Endgame.
	Ship exploded but retained the core parts of its systems in a hastily-formed
survival module. The Inhumans arrive in another ship. Their Great Refuge on the
Moon has been overrun by Apocalypse, and they ally with X-Factor. Foxbat and
Gauntlet teleport aboard just long enough to abduct Crystal.
	It is revealed that Askani is from the future, trying to change her past in
order to save her present.
	X-Factor and the Inhumans attack Apocalypse's stronghold on the moon. They
project holographs of themselves, drawing their foes' attention, and then attack
from the rear. Sneaky.
	The Inhumans freed, X-Factor attack Apocalypse directly, and realize that they
are in the same place where Phoenix died.
	Jump to a chalet in Interlaken, Switzerland, where Shinobi Shaw has just
bought out his father's business and ruined him. He uses his mutant control of
his density to give Sebastian a heart-attack and furthermore blows up the chalet.

Issue:	X-Factor 68
Date:	Jul-91
Story:	Finale (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	Ship; Nathan Christopher Summers
Guest Stars:	Inhumans Black Bolt, Karnak, and Gorgon; Askani; the Watcher;
images of Professor Xavier, Colossus, Cable, Val Cooper (?)
Villains:	Apocalypse and the Riders of the Storm: Gauntlet, Tusk, Barrage;
Medusa and her sister Crystal
Other Characters:	Sgt. Charlotte Jones
Credits:	Writer: Jim Lee, Whilce Portacio (plot), Chris Claremont (script)
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Dana Moreshead
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This issue, presumably, is part 4 of Endgame, and final.
	In Apocalypse's base in the Inhuman Great Refuge on the Moon: X-Factor defeat
the Riders, only to be defeated by Medusa and Crystal, only to be freed by Black
Bolt, Karnak, and Gorgon.
	Askani looks on, sees Hank and Jean about to touch Christopher Nathan's
creche, and prevents them from electrocuting themselves on it. They realize that
the baby has been infected with a virus by Apocalypse and is likely to die. The
baby yanks Jean's into the astral plane, to get her help combating it, which is
personified as an amalgam of Apocalypse and the baby himself. Jean yanks Scott in
to help, and he blasts the Apocalypse avatar.
	They jump back to physical reality, where Apocalypse is defeated, but the baby
is still dying. Askani claims to be able to take him away and save his life, and
Scott reluctantly lets him go (he later returns, adult, as Cable). The Watcher
applauds his choice.

Issue:	X-Factor 69
Date:	Aug-91
Story:	Clash Reunion (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Professor Xavier, Colossus; X-Men Rogue, Wolverine, Forge;
Polaris; Moira MacTaggart, Jamie Madrox, Psylocke, Gambit, Jubilee, Siryn,
Legion; Mystique as Valerie Cooper
Villains:	the Shadow King in the body of agent Jacob Reisz
Other Characters:	Col. Vashkin
Credits:	Writer: Fabian Nicieza et al.
	Pencils: Whilce Portacio
	Inks: Task Force X
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Dana Moreshead
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This issue is part of the Muir Island Saga.
	Val has called X-Factor to Washington, where hysterical anti-mutant crowds
have gathered. A gunshot rings out, and they surge forward to quell the crowd,
capture the gunman, and get his victim an ambulance.
	On Muir Island, Forge, Wolverine, and Rogue are ready to attack the Shadow
King but are attacked by Banshee, whom they subdue and release from the Shadow
King's control with one of Forge's gizmos (a microscopic neurosynaptic buffer, to
be specific).
	The Shadow King is creating hatred around the world and using a mutated
Polaris to focus the energy back to himself. Also, he has taken agent Reisz as a
host body and is controlling Val.
	X-Factor enters Muir Island Research Center, defeat Moira, Madrox, Psylocke,
Gambit, and Jubilee, and are attacked by Legion. Meanwhile, Reisz reveals his
true colors and attacks Xavier. Mystique emerges from behind the form of Val
Cooper, and blows Reisz's head off, pushing the Shadow King back to the astral
plane. This also causes Legion to go out of control.
	X-Factor, and the others find Polaris but are unable to break her link to the
Shadow King because it would kill her. The Shadow King takes Legion as his next
host, and he blows up the island.

Issue:	X-Factor 70
Date:	Sep-91
Story:	Odds and Ends (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman, Archangel
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Professor Xavier, Legion, Moira MacTaggart, Storm, Wolverine,
Jubilee, Guido, Polaris, Rogue, Colossus, Forge, Gambit, Mystique, Val Cooper,
Nick Fury
Villains:	
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Kirk Jarvinen
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Michael Heisler
	Colors: Glynis Oliver, Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis	This issue is the epilogue to the Muir Island Saga.
	Xavier enters Legion's mind in an attempt to repair the damage done by the
Shadow King, but fails.
	Wolverine and Scott bicker. It is revealed that Val shot herself because the
Shadow King was trying to force her to kill Mystique, who then took her place to
defeat the villain. Mystique and Rogue; Wolverine and Jubilee; Polaris and Guide
have heart-to-hearts. Xavier learns that he is again indefinitely
wheelchair-bound.
	Hank, Val, and Xavier each try to figure out how to reorganize the X-teams.

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