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Cover Date: January 1987
Cover Price: US $ 0.75
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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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Uncanny X-Men (1963) #213 - Psylocke
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Magneto, Callisto, Storm and Wolverine check the empty Morlock tunnels for any traces of the New Mutants or the Marauders, yet they find nothing. The firestorm destroyed any clues. Psylocke, in telepathic contact with them, tells that at the mansion everything is secure and she offers to do a telepathic scan for the Marauders, yet both Storm and Magneto veto that. She is not a member of the team, and as the action might contain unknown dangers, they do not want her to take such a risk. Suddenly Psylocke registers another presence at the Xavier estate. It’s Sabretooth, who quickly takes out Rogue and then turns on Psylocke. She draws him away from the infirmary so as not to endanger the many patients there and manages to evade his attacks until the X-Men arrive from the tunnels. Wolverine steps in and the two archenemies fight, Magneto creates some metal shackles for Creed, but Betsy asks him to wait. She thinks that she can only mindprobe Sabretooth when he is distracted. As the battle goes on she slips into his memories and aquires the needed information about the Marauders and their employer. Then Wolverine fills in Sabretooth that he has been conned, before he has to fight the whole team, Creed jumps into a lake and escapes. The team apologizes to Betsy and ask her to become a full member. In Los Angeles Malice takes full control of Dazzler and makes her loose the disguise. She then goes clubbing, publicly revealing herself as the mutant Dazzler.
Arclight, Scalphunter, Harpoon, Scrambler & Vertigo all appear in flashback.
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