- It was a psionic "presence", for lack of a better word -- falling to Earth, entering our atmosphere. Unequivocaly, more powerful than any I've ever felt before...
- -- Professor X
Appearing in "Racing the Night"Edit
- Dennis Hogan (Only appearance; dies)
- Mutate 01 (Mr. Edgerton) (First appearance) (Death)
- Marrow (Sarah)
- Emplate (Marius St. Croix)
- Gayle Edgerton (First appearance)
- Sugar Man
- Dark Beast (Hank McCoy)
- Hound (First appearance) (Unnamed)
- Trish Tilby
- Generation X
- Senator Robert Kelly
- Dr. Rory Campbell
- Blaquesmith (First appearance)
- X-Man (Nate Grey)
- Jim Davis (Only appearance; dies)
- Sabretooth (Victor Creed) (Mentioned)
- X-Men (Earth-295) (Mentioned)
- Prelate Summers (Mentioned)
- Graydon Creed (Mentioned)
- Stryfe (Mentioned)
- Damage Control (Mentioned)
- Chamber (Jono Starsmore) (Mentioned)
- David Moreau (Mentioned)
- Morlocks (Mentioned)
- Callisto (Mentioned)
- New York State
- Belle Fourche River Dam
- Washington, D.C.
- Muir Island
- Edgerton Estate
- Murderworld (Destruction)
Synopsis for "Racing the Night"Edit
The Age of Apocalypse is over. X-Men Prime is the starting point for all new stories.
- Chromium cover. 750 signed by Scott Lobdell
- This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.
- The Age of Apocalypse has ended...but what new threats await the X-Men, X-Factor, X-Force and all mutants? Plus, what Age of Apocalypse heroes and villains have crossed over to our reality?
When Mutate 01 dies, Douglock refers to him as the original Morlock, presumably a writer error.
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