Appearing in "Worlds Within Worlds"
- Fantastic Four
- Teri Martin
- Michael Robinson
- Michael's unnamed son
- X-Men Stratojet
- Atlantean warships
Synopsis for "Worlds Within Worlds"
At the bottom of the ocean in the city of Atlantis, Magneto tries to ally himself with Namor the Sub-Mariner. The Lord of Atlantis does not trust Magneto but cannot fault his logic. Far away in Dunfee, Illinois, Professor X feels the resurgence of his archenemy Magneto and he predicts dark days to come very soon.
Meanwhile, the Cyclops, Beast, Iceman, and Marvel Girl are captives of the Mole Man. He wants revenge and shows the X-Men that he is quite a formidable hand-to-hand combatant himself. But as the X-Men continue to defy him, the Mole Man calls for his subterranean monsters to fight for him.
In New York, Angel carries Lucy Robinson to the X-Men’s jet after escaping from the Promise’s hibernation chambers. Then they fly to Philadelphia where Lucy wants to meet the family she left nearly 30 years ago. Her son Mikey, who now is older than his own mother, does not welcome Lucy with open arms. He cannot forgive her that she left him and her husband alone. Also, Mikey is not very fond of mutants and even tells that to Angel’s face. Back in the jet Lucy confesses that she used her power of mental influence so that Angel would help her. But she thought it would be inappropriate to use it on her own son. Angel decides that it is time to look for the other X-Men.
At the same time, Mr. Fantastic makes an announcement on TV. Recently, Atlantis sent out a magnetic wave, thus, ending the truce with the surface world. Ben Grimm answered by shooting a missile in the direction of Atlantis which led to the departure of an armada towards New York City. Professor X and Teri Martin watch the feature as well, and Xavier decides to travel to Atlantis using his astral projection. There he confronts a surprised Magneto who thought Xavier would be dead. But Magneto makes it clear that nobody will be able to stop Atlantis’ attack …
- The cover is a homage to the cover of Fantastic Four #1.