Uncanny X-Men (1963) - #211
"Massacre" (Newsstand Edition)
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John Romita Jr.
Tom Orzechowski - 'Tom Orz'
John Romita Jr.
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Cover Date: November 1986
Cover Price: US $ 0.75
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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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Uncanny X-Men (1963) #211 - Massacre
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The Marauders have reached the Morlock Alley in the abandoned subway tunnels below New York. Without warning they randomly start to kill anyone at sight. Taken by surprise many Morlocks are injured or killed. One of them makes it to Xavier’s mansion to alert the X-men, before finally succumbing to his injuries. Psylocke, currently staying at the mansion, picks up images of the events in the tunnels right before the Morlock dies. Storm orders Illyana to teleport the X-Men to the Alley, while she asks Magneto to stay behind and protect the school and the New Mutants. Upon arrival, the team find many dead and injured people, and not before long they too are attacked by the Marauders. Nightcrawler overpowers himself and can’t teleport away as Riptide spins across him, cutting his body in many spots. Colossus and Rogue protect the others by taking many direct hits of Riptide’s weapons and even one of Harpoons spears hits Colossus‘ steel skin. Later, when Rogue is rendered vulnerable by Scrambler’s touch, Kitty tries to phase her to safety, but is hit by another energy lance. The effects are soon evident. Kitty can no longer unphase and is stuck in intangible state. Storm finally decides to retreat taking many injured and surviving Morlocks with them, but she sends Wolverine further ahead alone to bring them one single Marauder for questioning. Among the dead Morlocks are Piper and Annalee.
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