X-MEN (1991) (#1-275) (MARVEL) #122 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: X-Men (1991) #122
No one can convey more menace with a few words than Grant Morrison. As he continues to paint the nightmare world of the X-Men with stark colors of blood and despair, we watch in horror as the monster that has taken over Professor X's body drives the mighty Shi'ar before her like frightened cattle. Even the Imperial Guard, the Empress' royal sentinels (modeled after DC's Legion of Super-Heroes) cannot withstand the withering mental might of Cassandra, the twin sister Charles Xavier murdered in the womb and who now occupies his body. Hurtling toward Earth with the Monster loose on her ship, Lilandra sends Smasher ahead to warn the human race.

Meanwhile, the Xavier Institute struggles to return to normalcy after its secrets and those of the mutant students within have been revealed to the world. Scott (Cyclops) Summers and Jean (Phoenix) Grey debate just how mutants ought to deal with humans now that the word is out. And the Beast chafes at the thought that he may be devolving past the point where he'll be able to keep his self-identity while Xavier slips further into coma. It's time to call in Xorn, the healer, who may just be Charles Xavier's and the Earth's last hope. Art by Frank Quitely.

Publisher: MarvelTitle: X-MEN (1991) (#1-275) (MARVEL)
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