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in: Comics, 1991, 1991, December Copper-Age, X-Factor Vol 1, Tom DeFalco/Editor-in-Chief, Larry Stroman/Cover Artist, Al Milgrom/Cover Artist, Peter David/Writer, Larry Stroman/Penciler, Al Milgrom/Inker, Glynis Oliver-Wein/Colourist, Michael Heisler/Letterer, Bob Harras/Editor, Guido Carosella (Earth-616)/Quotes, X-Factor (Government) (Earth-616)/Appearances, James Madrox (Earth-616)/Appearances, Lorna Dane (Earth-616)/Appearances, Rahne Sinclair (Earth-616)/Appearances, Alexander Summers (Earth-616)/Appearances, Guido Carosella (Earth-616)/Appearances, Pietro Maximoff (Earth-616)/Appearances, Valerie Cooper (Earth-616)/Appearances, Vic Chalker (Earth-616)/Appearances, Steven Shaffran (Earth-616)/Appearances, James Madrox (Fallen Angels) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Washington, D.C./Appearances

X-Factor Vol 1 73

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X-Factor Vol 1 73

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Quote1 One of these people is the real Jamie Madrox. And you'll be invited to guess on...'To Tell the Mute.' Quote2
-- Strong Guy

Appearing in "Crowd Control"Edit

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  • Ariel O'Hare (reporter)
  • Several Washington, D.C. citizens

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Synopsis for "Crowd Control"Edit

X-Factor battles the bad Madrox.

  • This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]


  • No trivia.


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



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