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Appearing in 1st story

This story is a reprint of the comic
House of M #1.

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Synopsis for 1st story

This story is a reprint of the comic
House of M #1.

The story starts in the real world as Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch, subconsciously uses her powers to give birth, with Magneto, Doctor Strange, Vision, and others around her. Professor X barges in and tells her they do not exist and she changes reality back so it is just her and him. She then shows remorse over what she accidentally did to the Avengers and her own husband. Xavier leaves the room to talk to Magneto about her lack of progress in regaining her mind. Magneto blames himself for failing his children just for his own selfish goals and flies off.

Meanwhile back in America, Ms. Marvel, Wonder Man and Falcon reminisce over old times before entering the Avengers Tower. Meanwhile the X-Men (Wolverine, Emma Frost, Beast, Shadowcat, Cyclops and Colossus) land on the roof of the tower and enter to find the New Avengers (Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Luke Cage and the Sentry), some of the original Avengers (She-Hulk, Yellowjacket and Wasp), Doctor Strange and Professor X (as well as the Avengers who entered earlier). Xavier explains they need to determine the fate of Wanda Maximoff.

Back in Genosha, Quicksilver argues with Magneto over what is happening in New York. Magneto shouts at his son and asks what would he have him do. As Quicksilver breaks down crying, Magneto can only stare at Wanda's sleeping form.

Back at the Avengers Tower, many of the heroes are opposed to killing Wanda. Captain America asserts that there is always a way, despite Wolverine finding it unlikely. Even Xavier and Doctor Strange have had little success in helping her. Emma is more concerned over what would happen if it got out that Wanda had killed the Avengers: it would send mutant-human relations back to the Stone Age. Wasp suggests that they go to Genosha and hear what Wanda has to say.

On arrival, Xavier disappears and the others go to search for him, they all disappear one by one until Spider-Man disappears into a bright light. Peter awakes to the sound of a baby crying and as it is normal, gets up to see to it, leaving his wife, Gwen Stacy, in bed.

Appearing in 2nd story

This story is a reprint of the comic
House of M #2.

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Synopsis for 2nd story

This story is a reprint of the comic
House of M #2.

This story shows the roles of characters in house of M:
Steven Rogers is an old man who didn't get frozen in suspended animation in WWII; Scott Summers and Emma Frost have been happily married for a while and Emma is in charge of working with children such as Franklin Richards, who's parents died in a rocket crash; Dazzler has her own show on which she asks Wonder Man about the world's most popular homo sapien super hero, Ms. Marvel. Meanwhile Captain Marvel battles and defeats Gambit, a common mutant thug who gets arrested in front of a sentinel statue; Kitty Pryde teaches her class about the first mutant - Namor, the sub-mariner; Detective Sam Wilson goes to Hell's Kitchen to talk to Luke Cage about the attack on Wilson Fisk, he is also met by Misty Knight; Robert Reynolds has repeating episodes of the Void, endangering his son at one point and is receiving therapy from Doctor Strange, not a master of mystic arts; Colossus is a farmer in Russia; Dr. Henry McCoy is an employee of the most successful homo sapien businessman, Tony Stark and advises Dr. Henry Pym not to try and create a cure for mutant genes. Janet van Dyne is a fashion designer currently working with Ororo Munroe. Wolverine awakes from a dream to find himself in bed with Mystique, he rushes to the roof of the building he is in and discovers he is on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, it is assumed he somehow remembers the real world.

Appearing in "Season of the Witch Part 1 of 4"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Uncanny X-Men #462.

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  • Holo-empathic crystal
  • Celestial Nullifier

Synopsis for "Season of the Witch Part 1 of 4"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Uncanny X-Men #462.

The X-Men are in West Africa battling modern-day pirates when a large flash of light envelopes the landscape. Marvel Girl's holo-empathic crystal transports her and Psylocke to the safe threshold of the White Hot Room. Meanwhile, another wave of light rips through Otherworld; stripping away the boundaries between dimensions (branes). As Roma's Great Hall becomes a crowded refuge for all the collapsed dimensions, James Jaspers (merged with the Fury) attempts to overthrow the omniverse. Fortunately, he is quickly thwarted by Captain Britain. Brian is then approached by Saturnyne and his reality is blamed for the trans-temporal tsunami. She storms off to permanently remove Earth-616 and instructs her bodyguards to restrain him. After Brian defeats the group, he stops Saturnyne from using the Celestial Nullifier; but as quickly as he appears, Jaime Braddock destroys her weapon and vanishes. Later, Roma tells them that there is a breach in the walls of causality and if left unchecked all creation will merge into one amorphous blob. She gives Captain Britain and Meggan 48 hours to return to their reality and close the breach or else she will use the nullifier herself. Back in the "heart of the Phoenix", Psylocke is fascinated by all her alternate versions. Marvel Girl, however, has no present alternate self because of her uniqueness. Then as Psylocke looks at the void before her, she spots her insane brother Jaime, who instantly sends the two back to their newly shaped world. The girls land right in front of Braddock Manor, and are suddenly taken aback by the sight of a Sentinel standing before them.

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This is a UK title that features reprints of American X-Men titles.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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