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Issue:	X-Factor 84
Date:	Nov-92
Story:	Tough Love (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	X-Men Prof. Charles Xavier, Bishop, Ororo Munro (Storm), Warren
Worthington, III (Archangel), Betsy Braddock (Psylocke), Remy LeBeau (Gambit),
Rogue, Logan (Wolverine), Dr. Henry McCoy (Beast), Jean Grey, Scott Summers
(Cyclops); X-Force members Maria Callasantos (Feral), Benjamin Russell
(Shatterstar), Samuel Guthrie (Cannonball),  Tabitha Smith (Boom Boom), Julio
Esteban Richter (Rictor)
Villains:	The Horsemen of Apocalypse: Caliban, Famine, War; Mr. Sinister
(Nathaniel Essex)
Other Characters:	X-Patriots Prodigal, Lukas, Pirouette, Taylor
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Jae Lee
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Brad Vancata
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part 2 of the X-Cutioner's Song crossover.
	Xavier, shot in the head by Stryfe in Uncanny X-Men 294, is rushed to the same
hospital as Taylor (last iss.). Alex sends Rahne and Guido to the scene of the
crime to try to track Stryfe, whom everyone thinks is Cable. There they run into
a vengeful Archangel, as well as X-Force, and Rahne breaks cover to greet her old
teammates. Guido and Rahne try to use force and sentiment, respectively, to
arrest the outlaw X-Force, and a fight breaks out. Rahne bests Feral, and after
the rest of X-Factor shows up and a short fight, X-Force retreats, Alex damaging
their aircraft as a parting gesture. Alex decides to follow X-Force back to
Cable, and X-Men Blue tags along.
	The captive Scott and Jean are dumped at Apocalypse's feet by his horsemen,
but it turns out he is really Sinister impersonating old blue-lips.
	Xavier is infected with a technovirus and cannot be helped by conventional
medicine. He is sent to the mansion to die.

Issue:	X-Factor 85
Date:	Dec-92
Story:	Snikts and Bones (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	X-Men Bishop, Ororo Munro (Storm), Warren Worthington, III
(Archangel), Betsy Braddock (Psylocke), Remy LeBeau (Gambit), Rogue, Logan
(Wolverine), Robert Drake (Iceman), Jean Grey, Scott Summers (Cyclops); X-Force
members Samuel Guthrie (Cannonball),  Tabitha Smith (Boom Boom), Nathan
Christopher Summers (Cable)
Villains:	En Sabah Nur (Apocalypse), Stryfe; The MLF: Dragonness, Tempo,
Forearm, Kamikaze, Wildside, Reaper; Stryfe
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Jae Lee
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part 6 of the X-Cutioner's Song crossover.
	In the records room of Dept. K, Bishop, Wolverine, and Cable, tracing Xavier's
attacker, run into each other (Uncanny X-Men 295). Since Bishop and Wolverine
think Cable is that man, they attack. Cable find an armory, shoots Bishop with an
energy weapon, and regrets it. Then, on advice from Professor, he stops fighting
and convinces Wolverine that he is not the bad guy.
	Apocalypse searches Cable's safe house in Switzerland and realizes the
technology there was copied from his Ship.
	Scott, a captive of Stryfe, strafes the darkness with his eye-beam, only to be
shown that he has killed children and Jean.
	A task force of X-Men, X-Factor, and X-Force trace the MLF to Dust Bowl,
Arkansas. In the ensuing battle, Kamikaze beheads himself on Archangel's wings,
and Reaper is in position to behead Pietro and Gambit.

Issue:	X-Factor 86
Date:	Jan-93
Story:	One of These Days... Pow! Zoom! (21 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	X-Men Prof. Charles Xavier, Bishop, Ororo Munro (Storm), Warren
Worthington, III (Archangel), Betsy Braddock (Psylocke), Logan (Wolverine), Dr.
Henry McCoy (Beast), Robert Drake (Iceman), Jean Grey, Scott Summers (Cyclops);
X-Force members Samuel Guthrie (Cannonball), Nathan Christopher Summers (Cable);
Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Villains:	Stryfe, En Sabah Nur (Apocalypse), MLF soldiers, the Dark Riders
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Jae Lee
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Steve Dutro
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this is part 10 of the X-Cutioner's Song crossover.
	To the moon! go the X-Men and X-Factor, since Wolverine realizes that is where
Stryfe has Scott and Jean captive. Stryfe actually saves them from suffocation
(they broke out into the vacuum in Uncanny X-Men 296), takes a walk in the
moonlight with them, and broadly hints that he is Scott's son.
	Cable recalibrates his bodysliding doo-hickey on Greymalkin (shown to be a
space station) and takes Wolverine and Bishop. Alex leads a team of Psylocke,
Archangel, Iceman, Lorna, Cannonball, and Storm.
	But first, Archangel gets his "father" Apocalypse to treat Xavier's
technovirus. The treatment is severe: he accelerates the virus, so that it
abandons Xavier to look for a better food supply. Storm voices her appreciation,
and Apocalypse offers to fly her to the moon.

Issue:	X-Factor 87
Date:	Feb-93
Story:	X-aminations (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Ren and Stimpy, Dr. Leonard "Doc" Samson.
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Sheila, Charlie
Credits:	Writers: Peter David, Shana David
	Pencils: Jae Quesada
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings, Steve Dutro
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	The team has to talk to a psychiatrist (government regulations!).
	Rahne tells him about her dreams and about her crush on Alex. He suggests she
is drawn to authority figures because the Rev. Craig who raised her hated her.
	Pietro explains that the relative sluggishness of others constantly irritates
him, making him grumpy.
	Lorna, not talkative though her jaw is no longer wired, evidently feels that
she repels things (Alex, presumably).
	Guido talks about his childhood: being the smart kid in class, and also the
class clown. Getting into a fight at the school bus stop, and finding out he has
the mutant power to absorb kinetic energy, which also distorts his body, and he
is now in constant agony, but covers it with jokes.
	Jamie explains that he spent his childhood alone, and he seeks attention to
feel less lonely.
	Alex feels burdened with responsibility, jealous of his brother, and detached
from his own team.
	Val provides completely wildly descriptions of each team member and is
attacked by a nest of toothed snakes.

Issue:	X-Factor 88
Date:	Mar-93
Story 1:	...Random Violence (14 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Dr. Moira MacTaggert, Marshall Evan Stone, III (Random)
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Trish Tilby, Sgt. Murphy; X-Patriots Prodigal, Lukas,
Pirouette, Taylor; the president of Genosha; Sasha Ryan; Pres. Mabawa of Aznia
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Jae Quesada
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Ariane
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	The mutant hunter Random is brought in to deal with the X-Patriots,
who have taken over the hospital ward. X-Factor arrive to take charge, and since
they prove unable to force Random out, Alex buys him off, instead.
	The team accompanies the X-Patriots back to Genosha. En route, Val is acting
oddly, and Rahne makes a pass at Jamie.
	The president of Genosha installs Ryan as the new Genegineer.

Story 2:	Time Out (8 pages)
Feature Characters:	Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Crystal
Villains:	
Other Characters:	Baldrick
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Chris Batista
	Inks: Andrew Pepoy
	Letters: Lois Buhalis
	Colors: Ariane
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Quicksilver takes time off to be with his wife Crystal; she called
him to attempt a reconciliation. Val lends them a safe-house: a cabin in Maine.
While Crystal urges her husband to take his time, they are being spied on.

Issue:	X-Factor 89
Date:	Apr-93
Story 1:	Dark Homecoming (15 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Villains:	Dick Chalker (Carnivore)
Other Characters:	X-Patriots Prodigal, Lukas, Pirouette, Taylor; the president
of Genosha; Sasha Ryan; Pres. Mabawa of Aznia
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Joe Quesada
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	X-Factor escorts the X-Patriots home to Genosha, where the president
assures them that mutants are now welcome. Jamie berate Moira for thinking he was
a fake (iss. 75), and Rahne is still acting strangely frisky.
	Carnivore is the mutant brother of Vic and Mick Chalker (RIP in iss. 77, 83,
resp.), who decides to kill all mutants, ending with himself. Instead, he is run
over by a Hack truck.
	Rahne dreams of being the genie in Aladdin, and also of being made a mutate
(see New Mutants 96), with Alex rubbing her lamp, then shooting her. Moira and
Ryan examine her and her records and discover that the mutate process bonded her
unnaturally to Alex, who was at that time a magistrate. Rahne is enraged at the
violation.
	Guido accompanies Pirouette home and is welcomed by her grandmother.
	The Genoshan president offers Prodigal a voice in government.
	We learn that Ryan is in league with a mystery man who vows to eliminate
mutants from Genosha.

Story 2:	Cabin Fever (7 pages)
Feature Characters:	Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Crystal
Villains:	Torq
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Peter David
	Pencils: Chris Batista
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Lois Buhalis
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Pietro and Crystal shower together and watch the sunrise. They each
admit to having made mistakes, and Pietro explains that he is seeing a
psychiatrist who has given him some new insights.
	Pietro goes for groceries and is accosted by a reporter, Torq, who shows him
pictures of Crystal with another man. Pietro vehemently threatens to kill him if
he prints them. Torq walks away with a broken nose, but he and his associates
gloat that they have succeeded in screwing up the couple's reconciliation and
inciting Magneto's son to violence.

Issue:	X-Factor 90
Date:	May-93
Story:	A Green and Tender Place (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Dr. Moira MacTaggert
Villains:	mutate 416 (Piecemeal)
Other Characters:	X-Patriots Prodigal, Lukas, Pirouette, Taylor; the president
of Genosha; Sasha Ryan; mutate 24601
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Joe Quesada
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Tom Smith
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Lorna prevents Rahne from flying back to the US alone, and they each
share their anger about having their minds manipulated.
	Alex is enraged at the lies of the Genoshan government. He destroys the
monitoring devices in the president's garden, only to have them reform into
Piecemeal, one of the bodyguards. Since he is energy-based, Alex puts him down
with a left-cross.
	Val tells Pietro not to come to Genosha, and when Jamie questions this, she
yells at and insults him.
	The Genoshan president and Genegineer reveal to X-Factor that the mutates are
dying of an untreatable disease (eventually known as the Legacy Virus). Moira is
off to Paris to confer with Xavier (Uncanny X-Men 300), and Rahne feels
abandoned.
	Mutate 24601, infected, escapes the hospital, and X-Factor runs off to catch
him before the Genoshans terminated him.

Issue:	X-Factor 91
Date:	Jun-93
Story:	Underpinnings (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver.
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	
Other Characters:	mutate 24601, the president of Genosha
Credits:	Writer: Scott Lobdell
	Pencils: Joe Quesada
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Tom Smith
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	X-Factor battles magistrates in the sewers of Genosha, looking for
mutate 24601.
	Val accosts a troubled and briefly drunken Pietro in the Genoshan airport bar
(his reconciliation with his wife failed in iss. 89).
	Rahne tells Alex that she knows her love for him was artificially induced, and
all she wants is her life back.
	Jamie finds the ill mutate and, risking his own life, creates a dupe and
performs mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
	The Genoshan president thanks X-Factor and pledges to find a cure to the
mutate disease, and then free all the mutates from the vestiges of mind control.

Issue:	X-Factor 92
Date:	Jul-93
Story:	The Man Who Wasn't There (45 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Marshall Evan Stone, III (Random)
Villains:	Acolytes Fabian Cortez, Senyaka, Harlan and Sven Kleinstock, Andrew
Hamish "Amos"  Graves (Spoor), Javitz, Scanner, Joanna Cargill (Frenzy), Amelia
Voght, Carmella Unuscione, Seamus Mellancamp, Exodus; Senator Robert Kelly;
Sentinels
Other Characters:	Nurse Leslie Murray, Dr. Johnson
Credits:	Writers: Scott Lobdell, Joe Quesada (plot); J.M. De Matteis (script)
	Pencils: Joe Quesada
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Background Assist: Cliff Van Meter
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	NOTE: this issue is part 1 of the Fatal Attractions cross-over.
	The Acolytes attack a hospice in Wauntaugh, Virginia, wantonly killing and
maiming "in Magneto's name" for no apparent purpose. X-Factor is brought in to
investigate. Scanner observes them, especially Pietro, and reports to Cortez, who
is based aboard the wreck of the Leningrad (see Uncanny X-Men 150, X-Men 1).
	Spoor had been captured, and X-Factor interrogate him. He is defiant until
Pietro enters, whom he reveres as "the only begotten Son" (of Magneto). X-Factor
learn of a planned Acolyte attack on Cape Hayden, in Kentucky (which is inland
and therefore has no capes), an obscure army base. Val takes Pietro and the
bounty-hunter Random there, and Alex follows against orders with the rest of the
team. They are interdicted by Exodus, who pauses, then flies off without a word.
	Val finds Kelly on base, which turns out to be a facility for
government-sponsored Sentinels (Project: Wideawake). Alex and team arrive, and
all are outraged by the government's new stance against mutants. But Pietro
insists that humans have the right to protect themselves against mutants like his
father.
	The Acolytes break in, and while they fight X-Factor, Kelly orders the
evacuation of the Sentinels. Jamie is attacked by Mellancamp and creates a dupe
inside him, gruesomely killing him. Frenzy confronts Kelly, and Rahne saves his
life, then threatens him, giving him two things to think about.
	Cortez offers Pietro leadership of the Acolytes as heir of Magneto, and
although he turns it down, the thought remains. Voght ports the Acolytes away.
	Val spits up a horror which the Acolytes had used to control her mind since
issue 87. The team is still angry at her lying to them, and a rift is created.
	NOTE: a pin-up follows, "Behold the Son of Magneto!"

Issue:	X-Factor 93
Date:	Aug-93
Story:	The Longest Day Part I (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver, Forge
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	X-Men Warren Worthington, III (Archangel), Peter Rasputin
(Colossus), Robert Drake (Iceman), Scott Summers (Cyclops),. Prof. Charles
Xavier; Lila Cheney and her band
Villains:	Magneto
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writers: Scott Lobdell (plot), J.M. De Matteis (script)
	Pencils: Terry Shoemaker
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Alex and Rahne go to Westchester and find that Colossus is taking his
sister's recent death (Uncanny X-Men 303) with a strange, cold severity.
	Pietro and Lorna have been issued standardized uniforms, which they at first
hate. Jamie is morose, perhaps over his killing of Melloncamp last issue. Lila
ports Guido naked out of his shower and offers him his old job back, but he
doesn't accept.
	While Xavier examines Rahne (she is still mentally bonded to Alex, see issue
89), Alex bonds with Scott. Then, waiting in Xavier's office, he sees a display
on the Mutant Underground. Xavier refuses to discuss it with him. Rahne requests
a leave of absence to go to Muir Island and get her brain straightened out.
	Val turns her responsibilities over to Forge, and notes that X-Factor is the
US's first defense against Magneto.

Issue:	X-Factor 94
Date:	Sep-93
Story:	Eveningwhere: The Longest Day Part II (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane,
Quicksilver, Forge
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Marshall Evan Stone, III (Random)
Villains:	Bob and the Mrs.
Other Characters:	Capt. Fillmore
Credits:	Writers: Scott Lobdell (plot), J.M. De Matteis (script)
	Pencils: Paul Ryan
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Janice Chiang
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Alex and Lorna go out to dinner, but he is stressed out about Rahne's
departure. Rahne, en route to Muir Island, talks to Guido about inner pain.
Pietro plays with clay and decides he has always felt an outcast in every group
he's been in. Jamie is coming apart at the seams, and when a dupe tries to talk
to Pietro, he ignores him.
	Bob is a rude mutant-hater who purposely spills a drink on Alex. Lorna forces
him to apologize and incites a mutant rights debate and brawl among the crowd.
	Rahne arrives at Muir and changes to human form, reverting to Mutate 490 (see
New Mutants 96), and passing out.
	Lorna, bailed out of jail with Alex, gives a short speech to the press
demanding acceptance. Random observes, admires, and plans to kill her.

Issue:	X-Factor 95
Date:	Oct-93
Story:	Fatal Repulsions (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane, Forge
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Dr. Moira MacTaggert; Marshall Evan Stone, III (Random); New
Mutants Cannonball, Sunspot, Karma, Psyche; Quicksilver
Villains:	Rev. Craig, Senator Robert Kelly (on screen)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writers: Scott Lobdell (plot), J.M. De Matteis (script)
	Pencils: Greg Luzniak
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Random asks Lorna to a private meeting, then ambushes her. She
retaliates by smashing him with his Lamborghini.
	Forge confronts Alex as the new government liaison, informs him that Pietro
has taken a leave of absence, and demands that he justify each member of the
team. He does, and Forge, impressed, explains that Alex will be running the team,
while he takes care of the bureaucrats.
	Random explains that his power is to counteract all other mutant powers. Lorna
defeats him and gets him to confess that someone in the government hired him to
test her limits.
	Jamie broods, quails, and parties with Guido, respectively.
	Rahne compulsively runs away from Muir Island and returns to Alex.

Issue:	X-Factor 96
Date:	Nov-93
Story:	In the Beginning (31 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane, Forge
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Marshall Evan Stone, III (Random), "Buds" Bunny
Villains:	Radha Dastoor (Haven)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: J.M. De Matteis
	Pencils: Greg Luzniak
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Terrorists start a fire in the Kennedy Center, and X-Factor responds,
rescuing the survivors.
	A shadowy government figure pays off Random (see last iss.) and is ordered to
have him killed.
	Rahne is angry that she can only go to Muir to get her head fixed if Alex goes
with her, but he doesn't have time for her.
	Jamie's dupes are aggressive, passive, and frivolous, while he himself is
reading "Man, Mutant, and the New Humanity." It dawns on Lorna that he is
infected (see iss. 91), but she is just then attacked by government operatives
who want to capture her and use her as a weapon. Haven comes to her rescue.

Issue:	X-Factor 97
Date:	Dec-93
Story:	The New Humanity (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Havok, Polaris, Strong Guy, Multiple Man, Wolfsbane, Forge
Regular Characters:	Val Cooper
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Marshall Evan Stone, III (Random)
Villains:	Radha Dastoor (Haven)
Other Characters:	Vera
Credits:	Writer: J.M. De Matteis
	Pencils: Jan Duursema
	Inks: Al Milgrom
	Letters: Richard Starkings
	Colors: Mike Thomas
	Editor: Kelly Corvese
	Group Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Haven has ported Lorna to a "pocket between worlds," and she
convinces her to trust her, for now. She announces a new age, and deposits Lorna
back in Georgetown with a complimentary copy of her new book.
	Val, at home and shunned by the team (see iss. 92), is reading the same book.
	Random, at home and badgered by Vera, is attacked and subdues by government
operatives (see last iss.).
	Xavier and Lorna agree that Haven's book is both brilliance and nonsense.
Jamie also holds these opinions. Lorna notices the dupes are behaving
independently, and realizes he is ill with the Legacy Virus (see iss. 91).
	Haven gives a lecture, which is attended by Val and X-Factor. She says a
golden era is dawning, that man and mutant are not different, and is interrupted
by Alex and Forge, come to arrest her.

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