X-MEN (1991) (#1-275) (MARVEL) #134 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: X-Men (1991) #134
"Kid Omega" is written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Keron Grant and Norm Rapmund. Cover by Ethan Van Sciver. In Mutant Town, a newly dubbed section of New York City, Jumbo Carnation, a flamboyant, four-armed mutant designer is brutally murdered by a gang of "normals" outside of the X-Factory nightclub. The news hits the students of Professor Xavier's institute hard, especially those who were slave to his fashion designs like the ultra-hip Slick and his girl Tattoo. Other mutants, like the brainy Quentin, don't see much tragedy in Jumbo's passing. Instead, Quentin is inspired by a newspaper artists' rendering of mutants enslaving humans to adopt a less-mournful and more aggressive stance toward mortals.

Meanwhile, Cyclops and Beast, who continues to foster the media image that he's gay, investigate the murder. A new drug dubbed "Kick" that's been making it onto the streets wound up in high quantities in Jumbo's bloodstream. And while the pair of original X-Men fly back to the X-Mansion, Beast gently urges Cyclops to beware the wrath of Jean Grey if she ever finds out just how close Scott Summers and the White Queen have gotten psychically. Plus, a sneak peek at Kia Asamiya and Chuck Austen's Uncanny X-Men!

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