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X-Factor Vol 1 54


X-Factor Vol 1 54

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Quote1 Unhand me, Apocalypse! Quote2
-- Archangel

Appearing in "Crimson"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Other Characters:

  • Frederik Spense, an agent
  • Unnamed New Yorkers and NY police
  • Apocalypse - (Illusion)




Synopsis for "Crimson"Edit

Warren goes crazy after the fight with Sabretooth and Caliban and X-Factor can't help; Beast and Iceman run into an amnesiac Colossus at an art exhibit and the vampire Crimson sets her sights on the mutants.

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