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Index to X-Men Volume II: 6 / 9

Author: Robert Diehl (rfdiehl@yahoo.com)
Updated: Version 2.1, last modified June 6, 2001

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Issue:	X-Men II:71
Date:	Jan-98
Story:	A House in Order (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Cyclops, Jean Grey, Beast, Iceman,
Storm, Wolverine, Rogue, Joseph, Cannonball, Cecelia
Reyes, Maggott, Marrow; Gambit (in flashback)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Trish Tilby; Iron Man, the Fantastic
Four, Capt. America
Villains:	Bastion (in flashback); Sebastian Shaw, Kiko
Other Characters:	Brandon Majors
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly 
	Pencils: Carlos Pacheco
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Chris Lichtner, Aron Lusen, Liquid! 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Scott recovers from his wounds and Jean
meditates, clearing the mansion of Bastion's psychic
	Marrow has a bone growing out of her forehead, and
everyone stares at her, so she breaks it off, acts
rudely, and yells when Sam corrects her. Sam is also
appalled at Maggott's brashness.
	Ororo isn't happy to have Marrow on the team (see UXM
325). With Logan and Jean, she pries up a stone in the
barn and gets her hidden stash: her original tiara,
coins, and lock picks.
	They are all worried about the new team members,
especially Marrow, who makes a scene when she isn't
invited to go into Salem Center. Logan talks to Scott,
who recalls his own reluctance to have Logan on the
	In Venice, a mysterious someone stops time to deliver
a message to Shaw.
	The heroes (FF and Avengers, missing since Onslaught)
have returned, and Jean is overwhelmed by the crowd's
	A man dies in Cairo, trying to get a package to
Ororo. Maggott's slugs attack a street person. Jean
and Scott overcome their doubts and take a cab to the
airport. In the Danger Room, Logan confronts Marrow.

Issue:	X-Men II:72
Date:	Feb-98
Story:	Life Lessons (24 pages)
Feature Characters:	Beast, Storm, Wolverine, Joseph,
Cannonball, Cecelia Reyes, Maggott, Marrow
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Gabrielle Haller, Sabra (Ruth
Bat-Seraph), Callisto
Villains:	Georg Odekirk, Magneto
Other Characters:	Gumbs, Hamish
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly 
	Pencils: Carlos Pacheco
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Liquid! 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after UXM 352.
	While Ororo prunes her last surviving flower, Logan
prunes Marrow.
	Haller writes to Sen. Kelly, asking him to free
Xavier. Sabra appears, saying a forger named Odekirk
invented Erik Lensherr, and Haller insists they go to
him in Romania, to learn Magneto's true identity.
Magneto gets there first, angry that his cover was
blown. He kills Odekirk and reclaims his real name,
	Ororo stops Sam from befriending Marrow, saying she's
just bad at heart (her remaining one). He resents
being ordered around and zooms past Joseph and Hank,
who were replacing girders in the roof. While his
slugs are off feeding, Maggott sees Cecelia on a
hillside, depressed, and hits on her till she smiles.
Joseph wonders how much Maggott knows about him. Sam
decides he's not a quitter and returns.
	Marrow demands revenge on humanity, draws blood on
Logan, tastes it, and dares him to kill her. But he
only kills soldiers and says she wouldn't have come to
the X-Men unless she wanted training. He whups her,
then offers to be her drill sergeant.
	She sticks a bone through his throat.
	He goes feral and is about to slice her brains, when
Sam arrives and knocks him out ("Logan, Sir? Sir? Oh
gosh... Pleasedon'twakeupmadPleasedon'twakeupmad").
Ororo accidentally steps on a weed. Weed-like Marrow
runs through the tunnel back to Manhattan, where
Callisto is bedridden (see UXM 346).
	In Salem Center, the Fargo-like cops find a dead
drunk (see last iss.), and a bloody trail leading to
Xavier's school.

Issue:	X-Men II:73
Date:	Mar-98
Story:	The Elements within Us (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Beast, Storm, Wolverine, Rogue,
Joseph, Cecelia Reyes, Maggott, Marrow,
Regular Characters:	Archangel, Psylocke, Tony Stark
(Iron Man)
Guest Stars:	Sabra; Sen. Robert Kelly
Villains:	The Hellfire Club including Sebastian Shaw,
Carmen, Osborn, Trevor Fitzroy
Other Characters:	Simone, Graves, Myra (Armstrong, see
next iss.)
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly, Joe Casey 
	Pencils: Dan Panosian
	Inks: Jeff Johnson
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Steve Oliff, Digital Chameleon 
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Rogue sleeps late, so Joseph checks on her,
and she threatens to break his neck. The rest of the
team is hanging wallpaper. They get a friendly note
from Xavier, but Logan deducts it was written in a
secured lab. Kelly inspects the old Hulkbuster base in
Nevada, trying to free Xavier, but he was moved (see
UXM 363 for the story).
	Shaw throws a bacchanalia in Rio (guests include
Warren, Betsy, and Stark), but he's still pondering
the drawing of an artifact he was given (iss. 71),
then accepts the offer.
	Joseph catches Maggott alone and asks him why he
called him friend (UXM 350), but Magneto swore him to
secrecy. Sabra arrives and knocks them both out of the
sky. Maggott sics his slugs on her, but she easily
kicks them aside and is about to execute Joseph, so
Maggott reveals he is not the real Magneto. Joseph
goes with Sabra to find the truth, and Maggott
promises to keep quiet. She knows his real name,
Japheth, and that he's not a villain.
	Maggott's slugs gaze on Salem Center, where Graves
investigates murders. Marrow steals Cecelia's books
and doctor's bag. The package to Ororo (iss. 71) gets
to Hamburg, where African natives appear and insist it
be forwarded.
	It's New Years, and everyone is glum, so Hank gets
them to think about the future and write resolutions.

Issue:	X-Men II:74
Date:	Apr-98
Story:	Rituals (24 pages)
Feature Characters:	Beast, Wolverine, Cecelia Reyes,
Maggott, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Archangel
Guest Stars:	Callisto
Villains:	Harpoon (in flashback), Abomination, Dark
Other Characters:	Harry, Myra Armstrong
Credits:	Story & Art: Kelly, Pacheco, Thibert,
Lichtner, Lusen
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Emerson
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Callisto tells Marrow to leave her to die,
but she stays and says a prayer to Angel for her
recovery. Warren spends the early morning flying
around the city, enjoying his natural wings. He
decides to face old demons and flies through the
Morlock tunnels, where Harpoon crucified him (X-Factor
	Hank tests Maggott's powers and wrestles in the snow
with Cecelia. Logan eats at Harry's Hideaway; Harry is
worried about the savage murders in town. Logan
investigates, impersonating a Nassau County police
detective. He picks up the scent of Maggott's slugs.
	Warren runs into Abomination, who attacks, and he
runs and hides on the ceiling, hanging on by his
wings. Marrow runs to his aid. Warren, embarrassed to
be rescued by a girl, stands his ground. Abomination
and Marrow both expect him to be repulsed by her
ugliness, but he sees her courage. She stabs
Abomination's eyes with two of Warren's old
flechettes. Abomination releases her to the surface
but says humanity will reject her.
	Callisto sees Colossus come to help her, but it's
really Dark Beast. Maggott goes looking for his stray
slugs and finds them covered in blood. Logan is
knocked unconscious, and when he wakes there are scars
on his chest, for which Maggott apologizes.

Issue:	X-Men II:75
Date:	May-98
Story:	Anatomy of a Monster (40 pages)
Feature Characters:	Beast, Iceman, Storm, Wolverine,
Rogue, Cannonball, Cecelia Reyes, Maggott, Marrow;
Nightcrawler (in flashback)
Regular Characters:	 
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	N'Garai demons (in flashback), Ru'Tai
including Pilgrimm; Black Air
Other Characters:	Miller, Barney
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: German Garcia
	Inks: Art Thibert, Panosian, Hanna, Holdredge
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/AD
	Colors: Digital Chameleon
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Logan is feverish and wakes angry, looking
for Maggott, who is in Salem Center berating his slugs
for murder. He kicks them and hurts himself. Cecelia
insists to Hank that Maggott's slugs weren't
responsible, but someone autopsied Logan.
	A man wakes on an operating table, with high-tech
blades above him.
	Ororo, Rogue, and Sam look for Logan in the woods. He
ran off after saying Maggott didn't do it. Still
bleeding, he makes it to the N'Garai cairn.
	Hank makes Cecelia wear an old costume from the Wasp
(from the Avengers, which he happened to "borrow") and
swings through the trees to catch up to Logan. 
	Maggott goes to turn himself in to the cops, but
Rogue swoops him away; she and Ororo tell him he's not
responsible. The slugs tunnel underground, then they
are all ported away.
	Ru'Tai emerge from the cairn, and Hank realizes
they're intelligent, not like N'Garai, and have
sorcery that counteracts mutant powers. Cecelia panics
and runs; Hank follows, to keep her safe. She runs
into Marrow, who has already killed a Ru'Tai, then
kills the one Hank is struggling with. Cecelia is
ashamed. Three more Ru'Tai show up with Logan's claws
and uniform in their mouths.
	Ororo, Sam, and Rogue are in Ukraine among dissected
corpses. They see another cairn, realize they are
multiplying, and go in after Maggott. He is weak
without his slugs and about to be killed, when Logan
rescues him. Time passes strangely inside the cairn,
and Logan has been hunting Ru'Tai for a while.
	Hank nearly finds the cure for the Legacy Virus as he
wakes; he is captive with Marrow in the Ru'Tai lab.
Cecelia is being dissected, but her force field holds.
Pilgrimm speaks, saying its people were the slave
caste, but they evolved and overthrew the N'Garai. He
was selected to have individuality and explore, so he
has been dissecting humans.
	Ororo, Sam, and Rogue come to the rescue but are
felled by the eye of Kierokk. Logan and Maggott
arrive; Maggott sees his slugs on Pilgrimm's shoulder;
Pilgrimm bows in honor to Logan, calling him Mai'Keth,
and releases everyone. Seems Logan inspired the Ru'Tai
by showing the N'Garai could be defeated (Wolverine
'95). He is shamed into inaction by his previous
savagery, so Ororo leads the attack. Hank realizes the
Eye is the key, so Marrow gets Maggott to throw her to
it, and she slices it from Pilgrimm's neck.
	Logan snaps out of it, and even Cecelia participates,
accidentally breaking the Eye. The lab starts
collapsing, and the team rushes out of the cairn with
the surviving civilians. Cairns explode around the
world, and the X-Men find themselves in the fountain
of a Las Vegas casino. The police capture one
remaining Ru'Tai in Salem Center, and Black Air takes
it away. One of the rescued civilians is actually

Issue:	X-Men II:76
Date:	Jun-98
Story:	A Boykie and His Dinges (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Beast, Storm, Wolverine,
Cannonball, Cecelia Reyes, Maggott, Marrow
Regular Characters:	 
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Magneto (in flashback)
Other Characters:	Maggott's parents, Lot, Daniel (in
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: Mat Broome
	Inks: Sean Parsons, Aaron Sowd 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Liquid!
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Cecelia and Hank examine Marrow; she is fine
after the Ru'tai, except for her attitude. Maggott
hides from the examination in the attic, but Logan
finds him and gets him to say why.
	He grew up in a big family in Ottoshoop, South
Africa. He was sickly and lame and had trouble with
his digestion. His medicine was expensive, and his
mother finally prayed that his sufferings would end.
He overheard, took the family jeep, and planned to die
in the desert. But his little brother was in the back.
	He thought they were doomed, but then Magneto showed
up. He touched his head and shut down his pain
centers, then two slugs popped out of his abdomen and
he turned blue. He was a mutant. Magneto flew them
home; their village was caught in the revolt against
apartheid, their brother Lot was killed, and their
father had gone into town for vengeance. Maggott asked
Magneto to rescue him, and he slaughtered the soldiers
around him, crushing them with their own blood. It
horrified Maggott, especially when the rebels cheered.
Magneto left, telling Maggott to call when humanity
turns against him.
	The slugs, Eany and Meany, eat for Maggott, and to
deliver their energy, then eat their way back inside
him, painfully.
	Ororo goes into town to pick up the school's mail,
including a package for her from Africa. She finds
Logan and Maggott in her attic and berates Logan for
smoking. She opens the package: a talking statue of
Ainet, calling for help.

Issue:	X-Men II:77
Date:	Jul-98
Story:	Stormfront (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm, Wolverine, Cannonball,
Cecelia Reyes, Maggott, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Psylocke
Guest Stars:	Dr. Strange, Cable, Spider-Man, the White
Villains:	The Shadow King (alias Ananasi)
Other Characters:	Villagers including Ainet
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: German Garcia
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Liquid!
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this issue is Psi-War, Part 1.
	The X-Men all died, and Ororo is buried in their
corpses. The End.
	Half a day earlier, Ororo explains: as a young girl
she wandered to Kenya, where Ainet, the village
magician, took her in and became a second mother. Her
plea for help has turned to sand, and Ororo must go
answer it.
	The team insists on going with her, and Betsy joins
them, providing transportation with her power of
sliding through shadows. 
	In Africa, they are immediately attacked by natives,
who turn to sand. Logan goes off by himself, telling
the rest to wait in the village. Ororo shows them
around; it is more humble than Marrow expected of the
	Sam gets separated and sucked into the sand. He finds
himself back in a Kentucky coalmine, being bawled out
and beaten by his father.
	The villagers are zombies, seated in a circle and
chanting. Ainet emerges from the sand with Ananasi,
the spider god, who has possessed everyone and wants
to marry the Storm goddess. He sends the rest of the
team's souls away; Ororo blasts him with precision
	Marrow and Maggott find themselves cured of their
bone and slug problems, and Ananasi tells them and
Cecelia that he has shown them their true selves. He
shows them Logan, totally feral, and wants to turn
them against the X-Men.
	Betsy shows up, having defeated sand warriors, and
splits Ananasi's mask. She says he's a telepath and
he's making Ainet manipulate the sand. She takes Ororo
onto the psi-plane, where Ananasi has made a matrix
from the villagers' minds. Betsy armors up and attacks
him. Ananasi taunts her, saying she's nothing,
especially next to Jean Grey.
	Ainet warns Ororo that Ananasi is a trickster, and
she realizes Betsy is the real target. She tries to
warn her, so Ananasi sends her to be buried under the
corpses of her friends. 
	Betsy focuses all her power and strikes. The energy
routes through each of the villagers' minds in a
chain-reaction, and she gets herself knocked out.
Ananasi is really the Shadow King, and he has
manipulated Betsy into disrupting the entire
psi-plane, effecting every mind on earth.

Issue:	X-Men II:78
Date:	Aug-98
Story:	Storm Front: Part 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm, Wolverine, Cannonball,
Cecelia Reyes, Maggott, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Psylocke
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	The Shadow King; Onslaught (in flashback)
Other Characters:	Villagers including Ainet 
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: German Garcia
	Inks: Art Thibert
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/EM
	Colors: Liquid!
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this issue is Psi-War, Part 2.
	In New York City, everyone has gone insane (insert
your own joke). The Shadow King wants to rule a world
of madness and suffering, and he gloats over Betsy's
fragmented psyche. After his defeat on Muir Island
(iss. 280), he hid from Xavier, but since Onslaught,
the psi-plane has been unguarded.
	He asks Cecelia, Maggott and Marrow to ally with him
and offers to make their dreams come true (a surgeon,
a hero, a lovely girl). Meanwhile, Sam, Logan, and
Ororo are stuck in private hells.
	Betsy reassembles herself as a shadow, realizing the
Crimson Dawn is the only reason she survived. She
encases Ainet in shadow, which hides her from the
Shadow King, and they go to Ororo, who think she's
being justly punished. Ainet reminds her of the good
she has done and gets her to pick herself up.
	Betsy goes to Ananasi; he offers to make her his
bride. She plays along while Ororo and Ainet sneak
over and free Cecelia, Maggott and Marrow from their
false dreams. Marrow hears a call from Sam and goes to
free him.
	Betsy sends the rest back to the real world and faces
the Shadow King alone, while he starts consuming every
mind on earth. He gets so enraptured by this that he
forgets to cover the core of his psychic being, and
Betsy sends her shadows to capture it. His power
dissolves, but he points out that Betsy will have to
use all her telepathic power to guard him, forever. 
	In the village, everyone tries to recover from
possession. Logan was particularly effected.

Issue:	X-Men II:79
Date:	Sep-98
Story:	Little Morlock Lost (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Beast, Storm, Cannonball, Cecelia
Reyes, Maggott, Marrow
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Callisto; Generation X (Synch, Husk,
Chamber, Skin, Jubilee, M, Penance)
Villains:	Dark Beast
Other Characters:	Aguinal, Cleveland
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: German Garcia
	Inks: Holdredge, Mendoza, Alquiza
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/RS, AD
	Colors: Liquid!
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Aguinal and Cleveland are the unluckiest
cops in New York. Marrow terrorizes a couple who
called her a freak. Ororo and Callisto track her to
the financial district.
	Earlier, Ororo had tried to make peace with Marrow,
and Callisto had shown up to say the X-Men are
Marrow's best chance. Dark Beast has been nursing
Callisto in the Morlock tunnels, and he has plans for
	Sam finds Marrow; she throws bones at him (a twisted
way of showing she likes him), but he's invulnerable
while blasting. 
	Back at the mansion, Cecelia yells at Maggott because
his slugs ate her medical books and underwear. Hank
suggests Maggott might want to join Generation X and
get an education.
	Callisto berates Ororo for helping only pretty
mutants and ripping Marrow's heart out (UXM 325: she
just can't seem to live that down!).
	Sam's mother is ill, so he has to go back to
Kentucky. Marrow ambushes him, but he catches her.
They wrestle; he says she's not the only one who had a
hard life. The cops try to arrest them; Marrow lashes
	The cops say their lives have been ruined since they
first came across Marrow (iss. 68), and Sam convinces
her to be a hero, not a monster. She releases the cop.
Sam congratulates and hugs her; Callisto says goodbye;
Ororo pledges to be her ally and teacher, and maybe
friends someday. Ororo apologizes to the cops, who let
them go. 

Issue:	X-Men II:80
Date:	Oct-98
Story:	Children of the Atom: Part 2 (36 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine,
Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Marrow
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Dr. Peter Corbeau
Villains:	false X-Men: Cerebro, the Grey King, Chaos
(now Xaos), Mercury, Rapture, Crux, Landslide
Other Characters:	Paula Reinman
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: Brandon Peterson
	Inks: Art Thibert, Dan Panosian
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Liquid!
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after UXM 360.
	Kitty tries to escape, but Cerebro as Xavier orders
his false X-Men to stop her. 
	The real X-Men crash in the nearby swamp; the
original Blackbird is wrecked, and Kurt is wounded.
Rogue and Marrow are missing; Marrow saves Rogue from
a gator.
	The Benassi rocket protest continues. Kitty finds
Corbeau, who says Xavier isn't real and she has to
stop the launch. Cerebro tells her to surrender, but
she runs for it. She finds a computer terminal and
sends a warning to SHIELD, but Cerebro intercepts it.
	Kurt is feverish. Marrow gets Piotr to help extract
her broken bones; she says she knew his brother, then
suggests they leave the wounded behind, including
Rogue and Ororo, who have lost their powers. Logan
just yells, but Ororo rallies them, and they start
walking out of the swamp together.
	Kitty gets to the cape and starts hacking into the
computers; the false X-Men attack and take over the
control tower. Before they can tear into the rocket,
the real X-Men attack. The crew starts an emergency
launch, even though it will fry the mutants, so
Cerebro halts the computer systems. It approaches the
X-Men, saying it wants the tracking device in the
rocket so it can catalog every mutant worldwide. Piotr
looks in its eyes, and Logan gets a good whiff, and
they know it's not Xavier.
	The Grey King opens the rocket and takes the device;
Cerebro lets the rocket, with its nuclear reactor,
launch out-of-control. Kitty quickly phases the whole
team, and Ororo cools off the tarmac after the blast.
	Rogue has a bold plan: she absorbs the powers of
Kurt, Piotr, and Logan, gets to the rocket, and aims
it into the sea, while the rest go after the false
X-Men. Logan and Piotr beat on Mercury, then do a
fastball special to get to the Grey King. He drops the
satellite on Kitty, who phases. It explodes. Cerebro
disappears without revealing its true identity and
plans the next move.
	The X-Men take the false X-Men's Blackbird, Aurora.
They learn they were blamed for the launch fiasco.
Corbeau reveals to the public that it had an
anti-mutant device on it. 
	Note: pin-ups follow: original X-Men, X-villains, A
Vision of Things to Come.

Issue:	X-Men II:81
Date:	Nov-98
Story:	Jack of Hearts: Queen of Death (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Storm, Nightcrawler, Wolverine,
Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, Gambit, Marrow
Regular Characters:	Mary Purcell (the green ghost)
Guest Stars:	 
Villains:	Kali
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Joe Kelly
	Pencils: Adam Kubert
	Inks: Mark Farmer 
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after UXM 361.
	Kurt tries to cajole Marrow into joining the Danger
Room work-out; she thinks it's fake and stupid. Ororo
tells her it's her duty, but she rudely disagrees, so
Logan promises to give her private lessons.
	Remy is back but staying in the boathouse. Rogue goes
there; the reunion is tense. Logan welcomes him back
but warns him not to break her heart again.
	A visitor to the Christian Science Mapparium in
Boston hears voices and plans murders.
	Piotr congratulates Ororo on making her attic bloom
again. She says he might pick up again with Kitty.
	Rogue flies Remy to the roof of Boston's Fanueil
Hall, so they can chat privately. He gives her a white
rose; she thinks it's a funeral flower and gets mad.
They both say they've suffered: him being stranded in
Antarctica, her worrying about him since then. Then
Kali blasts through the roof of the Mapparium.
	Kitty and Logan bond over knife throwing and bad
jokes about Wisdom and Viper.
	Kali is looking for sacrifice, and two powerful
mutants are a good choice. Battle ensues. Remy says
Rogue only abandoned him because she had absorbed his
mind, with its self-loathing, and he doesn't hate her.
Kali is upset they're not paying attention to her, and
they oblige. They drop her into the Christian Science
Mother Church, so she fails her test to become a
goddess and explodes. Firemen come; Rogue tries to get
Remy to say he loves her, but he chokes on the words,
and she flies off mad. A green ghost is choking him,
claiming him for herself (see Gambit Ann. '99 for the

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