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Issue:	X-Force 75
Date:	Mar-98
Story:	Convergence (36 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Warpath, Siryn, Moonstar
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sam Guthrie (Cannonball), Xi'an Coy Manh (Karma); Emma Frost (in
flashback); John Proudstar (as a vision), Nathan Summers (Cable)
Villains:	Edwin Martynec (in flashback), Selene, Locus
Other Characters:	Simone, Jessikah, Clarissa; Neal and Maria Proudstar (as a
vision)
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Adam Pollina
	Inks: Mark Morales 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	The team visits an alternative-culture carnival in the middle of the
desert. They bump into Karma and her new buzz-cut. She found a doctor who can
help her siblings and is on vacation with some new friends.
	Selene confronts a pseudo-coven. Cable chats with a fortune-teller.
	Sam meets up with Siryn. Bobby and Tabitha do a mutant carnival act for the
crowd. Locus and a mysterious villain discuss their next attack on Bobby.
	James is searching for himself, now that they mystery of the Camp Verde
massacre is solved. Dani uses her power to give him a vision of his family.
	While Bobby and Tabitha dance and kiss, Selene attacks and quickly defeats
James and Dani with her elemental powers. She has a runestaff in a box, and she
needs Asgardian blood to open it. Dani was a Valkyrie, which works. The nine
worlds are coming into alignment, and Selene wants to tap their power.
	Dani wakes James with a psi-bolt, and he frees her to use a psi-arrow. Selene
drops the staff, James picks it up, but the mystical energies are too great, and
it flies out  of his hand into a the carnival's colossal man-like structure.
	Tabitha and Bobby almost get body-pierced, but Sam interrupts. Then the
colossal man comes to life, and everyone panics. Karma does crowd-control, Selene
punches Dani, and she retaliates by giving her a vision of old age. Cable has
been monitoring the team, but is able to keep at a distance. James climbs the
colossus and rips out the runestaff, and Tabitha blows up the structure.
	Note: a pin-up of Sunspot and Moonstar follows.

Issue:	X-Force 76
Date:	Apr-98
Story:	Bittersweet Reunions (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Warpath, Siryn, Moonstar; Domino
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sam Guthrie (Cannonball), Shatterstar, Rictor; Maria Callasantos
(Feral), Cecilia Reyes, Maggott, Marrow, Deadpool, Patch, Benjamin Russell (all
in flashback)
Villains:	Arcade, Etienne Rousseau, Mojo
Other Characters:	various fighters including Snakeskin
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils & Inks: Mike S. Miller
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
	Story Idea: Adam Pollina
Synopsis:	The team goes bowling; Sam challenges with Dani and loses on a wicked
7-10 split. Tabitha gets bored and blows up some pins, so they have to leave, and
Sam lectures her. He thinks about rejoining; Tabitha stops Bobby from telling him
they've kissed.
	Domino is trying to get hired as a bodyguard and defeats 8 opponents including
Snakeskin. The contest is being conducted aboard a ship by Arcade, who holds
Rictor captive. He pits her against Shatterstar, and she quickly takes him down.
	Domino beheads the Arcade robot; he has already released Rictor. Rousseau
offers her the job, but she instead arrests him for the UN. Mojo had hired Arcade
to test Shatterstar; he wants him back.
	Sam finds Tabitha and Bobby kissing; he tells them both off and flies away.
They feel horrible.

Issue:	X-Force 77
Date:	May-98
Story:	City of Lost Children (21 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Warpath, Siryn, Moonstar 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	SHIELD including Briggs
Villains:	Rodney
Other Characters:	Jonathan "Johnny" McFee, Mary, Sheriff Hollister, Billy,
Cody, Millie, Kay
Credits:	Writer: Joseph Harris
	Pencils: Adam Pollina
	Inks: Mark Morales
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Young mutant Johnny secretly shows Mary his power to create fire. A
week later, the sheriff and SHIELD investigate his burnt corpse, the fifth death
of a child in the small town of Almost Reno, NM.
	X-Force, lost, stops in at a diner and gets suggestions from the police and
the local hicks that they leave town quickly. They read about Johnny's death and
realize the town is near an old military test site. They investigate and realize
all the children are mutants.
	Mary's mother takes her to the doctor for headaches; she developing telepathy.
She attacks X-Force, but they nab her and explain they want to help. SHIELD
arrives and claims the girl; she mind-blasts everyone and gets away. 
	Dani and James talk to SHIELD, while Tabitha finds Mary in the playground and
tells her it's okay to be a mutant. Mary fends off SHIELD with another mind
blast, and X-Force leaves town.

Issue:	X-Force 78
Date:	Jun-98
Story:	Burning Desires (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Warpath, Siryn, Moonstar 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Gary Singer; Sally "Skids" Blevins; Rictor, Rusty, Cannonball,
Cypher (all in flashback)
Villains:	Reignfire, Locus; Holocaust (in flashback)
Other Characters:	Getulio Villa-Lobos, Cmdr. Salles, Ruiz; Desmond; William
Lonestar; Tony
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Adam Pollina
	Inks: Mark Morales
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Reignfire and Locus terrorize and kill the board members of the
DaCosta company and gain control of it.
	X-Force is bunking with Skids in Boulder, who is in college and refuses to be
a hero, since Rusty was killed (X-Men II:42). Tabitha is guilty over Sam and
pushes Bobby away; Theresa likes Skid's roommate Desmond.
	Dani is visiting her dad when Reignfire attacks. James and Theresa are in a
bar when Locus ports them away. Bobby is playing futbol when Reignfire attacks.
Skids is forced into the battle, and Locus collects them all to Las Vegas.
	Reignfire is angry because he has Bobby's body and memories, and he wants to
hurt and kill him.

Issue:	X-Force 79
Date:	Jul-98
Story:	Set My Soul on Fire (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Warpath, Siryn, Moonstar 
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sally "Skids" Blevins; Cannonball (in flashback)
Villains:	Reignfire, Locus, Dr. Joshua, Dr. Chandra
Other Characters:	Short Circuit (Henry Wallinger)
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Adam Pollina
	Inks: Mark Morales, Rob Stull
	Background Assists: Guillermo Zubiaga
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	From the Damocles Foundation in Portland, Joshua takes a molecular
disruptor and goes to Vegas, where Reignfire is holding the team captive. He uses
a mentally challenged mutant, Short Circuit, to suppress their powers. He plans
to kill them all, take over the rest of Bobby's life, and destroy the world to
make is safe for mutants.
	Reignfire was lab experiment #19: Joshua used Bobby's blood to keep him alive,
and now he is able to siphon off his solar power. He kept Bobby prisoner for
months and established a psychic bond with him, which Cable broke.
	James attacks Locus and Short Circuit, which frees the rest of the team. Locus
tries to port his head off, but Sally interrupts, and when she tries it on her,
their powers interact, porting both of them far away.
	They all break out of the building; Joshua arrives and blasts Reignfire, but
not enough. Bobby picks up the disruptor and destroys Reignfire's body, so then
he possesses Bobby.

Issue:	X-Force 80
Date:	Aug-98
Story:	The Fire Within (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Warpath, Siryn, Moonstar
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sally "Skids" Blevins; Heroes for Hire: Iron Fist, Luke Cage,
Misty Knight, Colleen Wing
Villains:	Reignfire, Locus, Dr. Joshua
Other Characters:	Getulio Villa-Lobos, Carlo, Short Circuit, Lucky, Rusty,
SHIELD including Jordan Holiday
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Adam Pollina
	Inks: Mark Morales 
	Background Assists: Guillermo Zubiaga
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Gloria Vasquez
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	DaCosta Intl.'s board of directors plans to have Bobby killed rather
than give in to threats (actually from Reignfire). Meanwhile, the NSA is keeping
tabs on X-Force.
	Above Vegas, Bobby fights Reignfire for possession of his body. James tosses
Dani up so she can psi-arrow him, and Meltdown distracts him with a timebomb down
the pants.
	Siryn questions Joshua: he put Bobby's blood into a protoplasmic entity, which
then duplicated him.
	Locus and Skids find themselves stranded on a mountain in Latveria, and are
immediately kidnapped.
	James shoots Reignfire with Joshua's gun; Siryn adds her scream. They stop
short of killing Bobby, and Reignfire creeps off him. SHIELD arrives and arrests
him and Joshua.
	Bobby goes to his company to get money, and they sic Heroes for Hire on him,
but he explains the situation and sends them home. He flies the team to Boulder
to pick up their stuff, then to San Francisco to meet him. He has agreed to stay
out of company business until he is 25, and the company has rented him a new
headquarters for X-Force. He is also taking them to Hawaii for a vacation.

Issue:	X-Force 81
Date:	Sep-98
Story:	Hot Lava (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Warpath, Siryn, Moonstar
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Sledge, Pele alias Risque, Vanisher
Villains:	Lava People including high priest Jinku, Krotok, Boraku, Styrak
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Adam Pollina
	Inks: Mark Morales 
	Background Assists: Guillermo Zubiaga
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Pele is the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes.
	On vacation, Bobby and Tabitha go surfing and wipe out. Tabitha sees Lava
People, which she mistakes for tikis, marching across the sea floor. When she
calls the team over, they are gone.
	At a luau, Bobby spends freely and annoys the waitress, and James bumps into
Risque, who asks for help. He refuses, but she is attacked by Krotok, rising from
the surf, so he defends her. She explains that Sledge, the Vanisher, and she were
trying to get a mystical artifact: the "Heart of Pele," and ran into Lava People.
Also, if the Heart is not returned, Hawaii will be destroyed by volcanoes.
	Risque takes them to Kilauea, where they meet Sledge. Lava People surround
them, and Sledge explains that Vanisher vanished with the Heart. Jinku lets two
of them go to retrieve it: the rest are hostages. Sledge sends Theresa and Bobby
to a hotel in Maui, where they find the Vanisher by the pool. Theresa flirts with
him to get close enough to scream in his ear; Bobby strong-arms him into
producing the heart.
	They give it to Jinku, who says he will use it to destroy the earth by
triggering every dormant volcano. Risque tells the team to attack so they can
return the heart to the earth's core in time. They do, and Pele stops
masquerading as Risque. She allows Vanisher and Sledge to leave, and promises the
team a vacation without further interruption.
	Note: this issue has a centerfold team poster marking the end of Adam
Pollina's run.

Issue:	X-Force 82
Date:	Oct-98
Story:	The Gryphon Agenda (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Proudstar (formerly Warpath), Siryn,
Moonstar
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Jesse Aaronson, Domino
Villains:	Gryphon (Cmdr. Ekaterina Gryaznova) and troops from the Aguilar
Institute
Other Characters:	Zeke Weaver
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Jim Cheung
	Inks: Mark Morales 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Back in San Francisco, the team enjoys a night out watching Bogart
and Bacall movies. Returning to their warehouse, they find Aaronson, who broke in
and is watching TV. He is a mutant, and he got Domino captured and needs their
help.
	He had offered to lead her to Gryaznova (see iss. 68-69), in exchange for her
finding his missing brother. They went to the Aguilar Institute and were attacked
by guards. Domino was captured.
	Gryaznova tells Domino that Bastion realized she was a double-agent and
reprogrammed her Prime Sentinel nanotechs to transform her horribly. She is now
Gryphon.
	The team boards a Da Costa helicopter and goes to the rescue, battling through
the Institutes defenses. Aaronson shorts out the surveillance cameras and
Domino's holding cell, freeing her. He also disables the chip in Domino's head,
knocking her out. Gryphon arrives and attacks, but Domino revives and takes her
out by zapping her with the cell's force field. The complex starts counting down
to self-destruct, and everyone flees.
	Domino rejoins the team, and they plan to pay off Aaronson and find his
brother.
	A sinister someone has located Bedlam in San Francisco.

Issue:	X-Force 83
Date:	Nov-98
Story:	Homefront (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Meltdown, Sunspot, Proudstar,
Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Cannonball; X-Men Wolverine, Maggot,
Marrow, Storm, Cecelia Reyes (as memo-ries); Arcadia,
Ulysses; MUSE (Mutant Un-derground Support Engine)'s
Lucas Wyndham, Dr. Derek Parsons, Nicole Lo-menzo
Villains:	The Sword's Argos 
Other Characters:	Lucinda Guthrie, Christopher
Aaronson (as a memory)
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Jim Cheung
	Inks: Mark Morales , Rob Stull
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Sam returns home to Cumberland County. His
mother is ill with Guillain-Barre» Syn-drome, which
will eventually paralyze her. She plans to move the
family to Lexington, to get better medical care. This
disturbs Sam, who feels out of place with the X-Men,
has been betrayed by Tabitha and Bobby, and feels this
is his only home.
	He blasts off to think and sees a glowing girl
(Arcadia) running into the abandoned mines. When he
approaches her, her pro-tector Ulysses attacks him. He
retaliates, so Arcadia uses her power to knock him
out. She is immediately tracked and at-tacked by
Argos, who is defeated by Ulys-ses and Sam. Then the
spaceship with rest of the Sword arrives.
	In San Francisco, Jesse is tracked and caught by
MUSE, whom X-Force confronts. Turns out they are
Xavier's underground organization that rescues mutants
in crisis and takes them to a ranch in Montana. Jesse
only left to find his missing brother, who Parsons
says is a figment of his imagination. 

Issue:	X-Force 84
Date:	Dec-98
Story:	÷By the Sword (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Arcadia, Ulysses
Villains:	The Sword's Argos, Stranglehold, Zona, Pyre,
Dr. Chandra
Other Characters:	Lucinda Guthrie 
Credits:	Plot: John Francis Moore
	Dialogue: Jay Faerber
	Pencils: Jim Cheung
	Inks: Ray McCarthy
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Domino intends to keep her promise and find
Jesse's brother.
	The Sword wants Arcadia; Sam needs X-Force as backup,
so Arcadia uses her power to port them there. The
Sword eas-ily defeats them, and their old teammate
Ulysses. Then Sam and Tabitha recover and ambush them,
taking them down. Arcadia turns them to crystal and
plans to shatter them, but Moonstar intervenes.
Arcadia transmutes her, too, so Ulysses sedates her.
He explains Arcadia's (un-trained) power to alter
reality is too dan-gerous and must be kept from his
own people, the Deviants. He takes her off in the
Sword's ship, Cannonball rejoins X-Force, and they go
over his mom's for breakfast.
	The leader of the Sword instructs Dr. Chandra to
either recruit X-Force or elimi-nate them.

Issue:	X-Force 85
Date:	Early Jan-99
Story:	Possession (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Skids; Benchley, Jennifer Kale
Villains:	Locus, Pandemonia
Other Characters:	Kruella, Dr. Leonard, Selena
Ciscernos
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Angel Unzueta
	Inks: Bud LaRosa
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Skids and Locus have been in Pandemo-nia's
dungeon on Mt. Sorcista in Latveria since iss. 80. She
enthralls them and plans to escape her confinement
take over the world. She easily subdues X-Force,
except for Sam, Dani, and Jesse, who are out.
	They return. Pandemonia is forbidden by treaty with
Asgard to enthrall Dani, but she orders X-Force to
attack her. Sam blasts away with her and Jesse before
the fight starts.
	Desperate, they go to an occult bookstore for help
and find Benchley, who brings them to Kale, an
apprentice of the Atlan-tean sorcerer Dakihm. She
identifies Pan-demonia from the sigil inscribed on her
victims' foreheads.
	They all go to rescue X-Force: Theresa knocks down
Jesse, Dani psionically stabs Jimmy, and Sam has a
good excuse to hit Bobby. Kale breaks Pandemonia's
spells, but she counter-attacks. Dani somehow is able
to release mystical power and blasts the demoness, and
Kale sends her back to the Chaos dimension. Locus
ports away, and Dani is still glowing. 
	Domino questions Dr. Leonard about the Aguilar
Institute and learns about the mutant children in
Almost Reno (iss. 77).

Issue:	X-Force 86
Date:	Late Jan-99
Story:	Experimental Living (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Skids 
Villains:	Agent Briggs; Odysseus Indigo
Other Characters:	Johnny McFee, Mary, Zachary "Zak";
Lewis Hammond (flashback)
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore
	Pencils: Jim Cheung
	Inks: Mark Morales, Rob Stull, Harry Can-delario
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Emerson
Miranda
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Domino leads the team to Almost Reno. Johnny
is now a human torch, and he at-tacks, blaming them
for his condition. Jimmy throws him off, accidentally
killing him. Domino says it wasn't his fault; the
children in this town are part of a eugenics
experiment by the Aguilar Institute.
	The search the deserted town and find the telepath
Mary playing a jukebox, and Zak, who is made of stone.
Theresa enters, pretending to be a waitress, and keeps
everything calm. Mary explains that one child started
glowing, then men came and took everyone away.
	Briggs shows up; X-Force refuses to let him take the
children and easily defeat them. But Zak's insides are
starting to turn to stone, and he is dying. Dani tries
to psychically calm him, but instead finds herself
able to heal him.
	Mary hears Briggs' thought about the Da-mocles
Foundation (iss. 79), and just then Indigo shows up
representing them. He explains that Damocles funds
Aguilar, and he is the deviant Ulysses Dragonblood's
brother (iss. 83). Mary tries to attack him, but he
neutralizes her power, and then Tabitha gets the same
treatment.
	He wants a truce. He explains that A-bomb testing had
made everyone in Almost Reno sterile. The Damocles
Foundation let them have children, but with X-factor
and devi-ant genes. This started killing the children,
so the foundation quarantined them to try to find out
what went wrong.
	X-Force still refuses to give him Mary and Zak, and
Indigo goes away.

Issue:	X-Force 87
Date:	Feb-99
Story:	Armageddon Now 1: Family Matters (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Catseye, Roulette, Jetstream (in
flash-back); Husk (Paige Guthrie), Jennifer Kale
Villains:	The White Queen (Emma Frost), Trevor
Fitzroy, a Sentinel (all in flashback); Gun-ther; the
New Hellions: Christopher Aaron-son (King Bedlam, see
next iss.), Magma (Allison Crestmere), Paradigm, Tarot
(Marie-Ange Colbert), Switch (Devon Alo-mar)
Other Characters:	Dabney Saunders, Marty "Smitty"
Smith and Wanda Jo Bialowsky-Smith
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore 
	Pencils: Jim Cheung
	Inks: Mark Morales 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Dave
Lanphear
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Five years ago, the White Queen tried to
bully Christopher Aaronson into her Mas-sachusetts
Academy, but he refused. He was also Tarot's
boyfriend.
	The present: Tarot (supposedly killed in Uncanny
X-Men 281-282), contacts James, warning of danger
without and within.
	Domino found out Jesse's parents (Kyle and Nina) were
spies and takes Jesse to their supervisor, Saunders,
who is inco-herent in a nursing home.
	Jesse takes pills. Paige calls Sam to let him know
their mom is doing okay. Tabitha wants some time apart
from Bobby, but he trails her. She is meeting her dad,
who in-troduces his fourth wife. He was scared by
near-death (iss. 49) and has joined a new-age cult,
the Triune Understanding. Kale examines Dani's new
power. She says it's not magic, but cosmic. 
	Domino and Jesse break into the house of the man
watching Saunders and are at-tacked by Magma and a
cyborg, Paradigm. They nearly escape but are stopped
by Christopher, who can scramble their brain
functions.
	He says Saunders took him to a lab be-cause he was a
mutant, and years later he escaped. He has started the
New Hellions and invites Jesse to join.

Issue:	X-Force 88
Date:	Mar-99
Story:	Armageddon Now 2: Blood & Betrayal (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cannonball, Meltdown, Sunspot,
Proud-star, Siryn, Moonstar, Domino, Bedlam
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	the rest of the original Hellions: Haroun
ibn Sallah al-Rahman (Jetstream), Jennifer Stavros
(Roulette), Sharon Smith (Cat-seye), Manuel Alfonso
Rodrigo de la Rocha (Empath), all in flashback
Villains:	New Hellions: King Bedlam, Magma, Para-digm,
Tarot, Switch, Feral (Maria Cal-lasantos); the
Armageddon Man
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: John Francis Moore 
	Pencils: Jim Cheung
	Inks: Mark Morales, Rob Stull
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Dave
Lanphear
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bobbie Chase
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Domino awakes in Switch's body.
	The Hellions talk to X-Force; Magma has turned mean
and greedy. Feral has stayed mean. Domino and Jesse
try to convince X-Force to trust the Hellions. They
have doubts but accept Christopher's hospitality.
	James meets Tarot; she says she did die (Uncanny
X-Men 281) but must live again and atone for her sins.
She loves Christ-opher but is against his plans. Jesse
talks to his brother and learns he has stolen the
Armageddon Man from the government. He has to choose
to back or fight his Christopher.
	Domino in Switch's body bursts in, and Siryn uses her
scream to breaks Switch in Domino's body's
concentration. They switch back.
	X-Force confronts the Hellions and is swiftly encased
by tech-organic fiber from Paradigm. He intents to
study their DNA. Jesse sides with his brother, with
misgiv-ings.


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