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Appearing in "Where No X-Man Has Gone Before!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
X-Men #107.



Synopsis for "Where No X-Man Has Gone Before!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
X-Men #107.



Appearing in "What Stuff Our Dreams Are Made Of..."

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Synopsis for "What Stuff Our Dreams Are Made Of..."

Lilandra is fleeing the Shi'ar when she's hit with stray psychic energy from Professor X's counter-attack on the Z'Nox. She briefly harbors both Xavier's memories and her own and has difficulty sorting them out. When she regains her senses, she decides to go to Xavier and his X-Men for help.

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Back cover pinup.

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The reprint includes three new pages with additional material. For a synopsis of what was added:

  • In Greenwich Village, the rear end of the Phoenix is seen while the rest of her body has just entered the stargate. She is leaving after the other The X-Men. Behind her are Professor X (seated on the ground) and Misty Knight. Misty asks the Professor what has he done, and where has he sent the X-Men. He replies that he does not know where they are going. But he is certain that if they fail in this mission the universe will be doomed.
  • The traveling X-Men are lost in their respective thoughts.:
    • Cyclops is thinking about "Jean". How she used to be the weakest X-Man. And now she is the Phoenix, blasting through the heavens without batting an eyelash. She has changed a lot since becoming the Phoenix. He doubts if there place in Phoenix's life for him anymore.

See Also

Links and References

  • [1] plot summary at uncannyxmen.net

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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