- My friends, I know the days ahead will be hard -- so let's lift our glasses in salute to those who've gone before. For us, they've sacrificed everything. We can't give the authorities any excuse to move against us. We have a plan. We may not like it -- but for the sake of the future, we have to give it a chance.
- -- Archangel
Appearing in "Six Weeks Later"Edit
- Spider-Man (Peter Parker) (First appearance)
- Edwin Jarvis
- X-Force (First appearance)
- X-Factor (First appearance)
- Archangel (Warren Worthington III)
- Iceman (Bobby Drake)
- Perfect Storm (Ororo Munroe)
- Mystique/"Senator Holloway" (Raven Darkholme)
- Mister Sinister (Nathaniel Essex)
- Manoli Wetherell (First appearance)
- J. Jonah Jameson (First appearance)
- Joseph "Robbie" Robertson (First appearance)
- X-Men (Only in Peter Parker's flashback)
- Senator Holloway
- Dr. Robyn Hanover (First appearance)
- Worthington Colorado Estate
- Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters Grounds
- Washington, D.C.
- Senate Chambers
- Senator Philip A. Hart Office Building
- New York City
- State Orphanage
Synopsis for "Six Weeks Later"Edit
News reporter Manoli Wetherell announces that the X-Men died from an explosion at the X-Mansion. As Nick Fury also presumably died in the explosion, Ziggy Trask becomes the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. As the Avengers lament the X-Men's death, the Scarlet Witch secretly notes that she sensed something at the X-Mansion when the X-Men "died", but can not deduce what it was.
Perfect Storm enters a fit, as she can no longer seek vengeance on Kitty Pryde for giving her a scar. The remaining X-Men commit to finding a cure for burnout and Archangel urges them not to give the authorities any excuse to move against them as they formulate a plan.
Meanwhile, Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, has heard about the accident, and does not believe this himself. He sets out to "get pictures" of what remains. When he arrives, he jumps over part of the wall that is left, to search for clues that the X-Men are still living. He encounters a Neo-Sentinel, but it leaves him alone when it detects that he is not a mutant. Peter thinks he sees and hears Nightcrawler teleporting.
At a State Orphanage in Nebraska, Nathan Essex tells Dr. Hanover that his prolonged longevity must have come from "borrowed time" and identifies Nathan Summers as victim of such borrowing. Essex instructs Dr. Hanover to bring this boy under the direct care of Mr. Sinister.
In New York City, Spider-Man goes web-slinging on a night patrol of the city. He sees a fight ensuing, and goes into the alley way to investigate. There, he finds Rogue in her recently acquired Nightcrawler form.
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CHRIS CLAREMONT CONTINUES HIS LANDMARK SERIES WITH A NEW STORY, A NEW TEAM, AND EVEN MORE TWISTS AND TURNS! With the drastic events from the end of Volume 1, the X-Men are shaken to their very core. As they start to pick up the pieces, they are confronted by a new enemy, more powerful than any other they’ve ever faced. With original series artist TOM GRUMMETT, these are two issues you
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