Appearing in "Finale"Edit
- Askani - (Last appearance)
- Charlotte Jones
- Nathan Summers
- The Watcher
- Riders of the Storm
- Medusa - (Controlled by Apocalypse)
- Crystal Maximoff - (Controlled by Apocalypse)
- Cable - (Vision)
- Professor X - (Vision)
- Storm - (Vision)
- Colossus - (Vision)
- Unnamed members of 'The Twelve'
Synopsis for "Finale"Edit
In Apocalypse's base in the Inhuman Great Refuge on the Moon, X-Factor confronts Apocalypse. They are attacked by the Riders of the Storm, but defeat them quickly. They are then ambushed by Medusa and Crystal, allowing Apocalypse to imprison them and try to leech their life-forces to strengthen his own. Black Bolt and the Inhuman Royal Family blast into the base and free them from the capsules they were imprisoned in. Jean and Beast go to help Nathan while the others blast Apocalypse. Askani looks on, sees Hank and Jean about to touch Nathan's crèche, and she prevents them from electrocuting themselves on it. They realize that the baby has been infected with the same virus Ship was infected with by Apocalypse and is likely to die. Nathan pulls Jean onto the Astral Plane, for her help in combating the virus, which appears in the form of Apocalypse. Jean yanks Scott in to help, and he stabs the Apocalypse avatar with a psionic sword. Cyclops awakens in the physical world, where he uses the combined strength of Nathan, Jean and his own to tear Apocalypse apart. Apocalypse is defeated, but Nathan is still dying. Askani tells Cyclops she is here to take him with her and save his life. Scott reluctantly lets Nathan go and the baby and Askani enter the time portal. The Watcher observes, and applauds Scott’s choice.
- Part 4 of 4 of the Endgame event.
- Members of the "Twelve" are shown, including Cable (Nathan Summers), Professor X (Charles Xavier), Storm (Ororo Monroe) and three other unidentifiable prospects.
- Nathan Summers is taken to the alternate Earth-4935 reality by the Askani. He then becomes the "Askani'son".
- No trivia.
- X-Factor #67 - Dark Riders attack
Links and ReferencesEdit
- X-Factor at Wikipedia
- X-Factor at Marvel Subscriptions
- X-Factor series index at Comicbookdb.com
- X-Factor series index at Uncanny X-Men.net
- X-Factor series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- The Unofficial Handbook of Marvel Comics Creators - accessed on 10/22/2010
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