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Quote1 Yo, X-Men -- hit the bricks, ya'll come a'runnin' -- we got us a job t'do! An' some heads t'bust! Quote2
-- Rogue

Appearing in "Rogue Redux"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Unnamed aliens
  • Unnamed Shi'ar alien
  • Various Savage Land dinosaurs
  • Unnamed reporter
  • Several unnamed Washington, D.C. citizens

Locations:

Vehicles:

  • Shi'ar warship
  • Shi'ar Space station

Synopsis for "Rogue Redux"Edit

Rogue is spat out from the Siege Perilous to land in her room in the X-Men’s headquarters in the Australian Outback, seemingly unchanged. From a news report, she learns that Mystique has been murdered. As she tries to alert her teammates, she learns firstly that she has lost her Ms. Marvel powers and secondly that the HQ is now back in the hands of the Reavers. Surprisingly, Carol Danvers now has a body of her own again and, while she fights the Reavers, Rogue absorbs Gateway’s powers long enough to teleport herself and (accidentally) Carol away. Carol ends up on Muir Isle. Though struggling bravely, she falls under the control of the Shadow King and chases Rogue as his servant. Rogue, in the meantime, has ended up in the Savage Land. Enjoying her time there, she travels to the village of the X-Men’s friend Nereel, but finds it abandoned after an attack. As she still mulls over what to do, she is attacked by a badly decomposing Carol. It turns out that there isn’t enough life energy to sustain them both – one of them has to die. Rogue actually wins their battle, but doesn’t want to take Carol’s life a second time. Carol uses that hesitation and almost kills her, but is felled by a newcomer – Magneto. The Master of Magnetism realizes the situation and uses the devices in Sauron’s citadel to restore one of them – Rogue.

  • The letterers of this issue are credited as "Task Force 'X'". They are revealed to be Tom Orzechowski and Tomoko Saito.
  • This issue is reprinted in many other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]


  • No trivia.


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Footnotes

  1. This story is reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:



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