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Uncanny X-Men (1963) - #374
"You Can't Go Home Again"
Marvel


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  Writer(s):
Alan Davis
Jay Faerber

Penciller(s):
Tom Raney

Inker(s):
Scott Hanna

Colorist(s):
Liquid!

Letterer(s):
Saida Temofonte - 'Comicraft/ST'

Editor(s):
Pete Franco
Robert 'Bob' Harras
Mark Powers

Cover Artist(s):
Adam Kubert
 

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Cover Date: November 1999
Cover Price: US $ 1.99

Issue Tagline: The Team Shattered -- Trapped On A World Gone Mad!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Beauty & the Beast
The Shattering

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None entered.

Reprinted/Collected in:
40 Years of X-Men (2005) DVD-ROM
Essential X-Men (1995) #89
X-Men (2001) #6
X-Men Universe (1999) #2
X-Men: The Shattering (2009) TPB

Notes:
Archangel, Callisto, Iceman, Jean Grey, Storm, Sunfire and the Morlocks appear only in flashbacks.

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An image for Storm (Marvel) exists Storm (Marvel)
An image for Sunfire (Marvel) exists Sunfire (Marvel)

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Children of the Sun (Marvel)(01 - Group)
Morlocks (Marvel)
Skrulls (Marvel)
  X-Men (Marvel)(01 - Mutants)

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Fast Lane

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Glenn Alan Herdling

Penciller(s):
Gregg Schigiel

Inker(s):
Richard Case - '(Modern Age artist)'

Colorist(s):
Paul Mounts

Letterer(s):
Chris Dickey

Editor(s):
Steve Behling
Michael 'Mike' Stewart

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Sam Exmore
Toni Harris
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Zane Whelan

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Daily Bugle (Marvel)

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Spider-Man defends himself from yet another attack by the special effects guru turned criminal, Mysterio. The fight ends quickly when the wall-crawler realizes he is not actually dealing with the villain but his cameras and simulations. Peter Parker doesn’t have time to investigate; he is late for another assignment at the Daily Bugle. He will be working with college interns Sam Exmore and Toni Harris as they try to get a story for the newspaper’s teen supplement, “On Target”. J. Jonah Jameson refuses to run ads for a new movie in which the star, Zane Whelan, seems to condone (if not promote) marijuana use. J.J.J. storms off after Toni reminds him that the advertisements pay for the paper. Sam idolizes Zane Whelan and leads the news team to an interview the interns arranged with the actor. As they drive across town, however, Mysterio strikes. Spider-Man’s foe uses a large crane and magnet to lift the vehicle off a bridge and dangle it precariously over the river. Sam falls out the driver’s side door, and the only way Peter can save him will reveal his secret identity.

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Fast Lane is a four part anti-drug story that ran as a insert in most Marvel titles between November 1999 and May 2000.

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