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Review: X-Men #117

As the main team of X-Men makes their way home from the Savage Land, Professor X remembers an earlier, solo adventure. Unlike many transitional issues, this outing from Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin is a treat.

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Review: X-Men #111

The Beast investigates the X-Men’s disappearance, only to find his former team trapped as circus freaks by Mesmero. The team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin settle into their historic run on X-Men.

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Review: X-Men #110

The X-Men’s Danger Room session takes a potentially deadly turn when Warhawk infiltrates the mansion and seizes control. Fill-in art from journeyman artist Tony DeZuniga derails the momentum of the new X-Men creative team, albeit temporarily.

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Review: X-Men #109

The X-Men’s plans for a little R&R are interrupted when Weapon Alpha comes looking to take Wolverine home. The quintessential X-Men creative team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin quickly level up with this introduction of Alpha Flight’s leader.

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Review: X-Men #108

The X-Men and Starjammers battle the Guardians of the Gate in a desperate attempt to save the universe. John Byrne and Terry Austin join Chris Claremont on what would become one of the premiere titles of the Bronze Age

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Review: X-Men #107

Far from Earth, the X-Men face off against the mighty (familiar) Imperial Guard – and require some help from the Starjammers! An excellent swan song from Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum’s initial teaming on the all-new, all-different X-Men.

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Review: X-Men #106

Trapped in a fever dream, Professor X relives a previous battle between new X-Men and old. Marvel’s mighty mutants fall prey to the Dreaded Deadline Doom with this fill-in issue from Bill Mantlo and Bob Brown.

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