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X-Factor (1986) - #35
"Go To The Orphan Maker"

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Cover Date: December 1988
Cover Price: US $ 1.00

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 22 pages

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Letters Column: Bryan Arcangeli, Meredith Curtis, Wayne Epps, Sandy C, Michael Karamales, Sean Kane, Corey Wild, Randy Ferrell

Beast and Iceman suffocate a freak occurrence in New York City. Far away, Cyclops and Marvel Girl arrive in the former's childhood orphanage in search of his estranged son: there, nobody seems to notice the presence of the two mutants. Scott shares some memories of his past with Jean as they delve deeper into the basement. Outside, Nanny's ship crashes through the roof as she commands the Orphan Maker and some children to break in while two hordes of demons arrive with the same purpose. Several stories below, Jean and Scott have just found the baby before they are faced by Nanny and her Lost Boys (and Girls), two of them being redheaded. In the confusion, the demons manage to escape with the big prize as Jean Grey uncovers a disturbing addition to Nanny's ranks.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Essential X-Factor (2005) TPB vol. 02
Ryhmä-X / X-Men (1984) 1991-10
X-Men Inferno (1996) HC

A demon recalls Uncanny X-Men #240

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