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Cable: The Nemesis Contract

Cable: The Nemesis Contract

Collects Cable (1993) #59-70, Annual '99; X-Man #45-47.Cable stars in power-packed adventures from an explosive era! The Askani'son's world is rocked when he battles Jack Truman, the highly trained S.H.I.E.L.D. operative known as Agent 18! When the Nemesis Contract is opened, Cable will face the wrath of Zzzax, the fury of Nick Fury and the portent of Project Deathlok! Then, when Stryfe strikes, Nathan must unite with his "blood brother" Nate Grey — the headstrong young refugee from the Age of Apocalypse known as X-Man — to stop him! But Cable will need help from the Avengers when the end times draw near, courtesy of the Harbinger of Apocalypse! Plus: Rachel Summers — the once and future Phoenix — makes her return! With the Prophecy of the Twelve looming on the horizon, will Cable embrace his Apocalyptic destiny?

X-Men: Declassified

X-Men: Declassified

Over the past several years, the X-Men's worst enemies, from Sinister to Bastion to Magneto, have done everything in their power to discover all of the mutants' secrets. Here, for the first time, the knowledge on Charles Xavier's extended "class" that makes up the X-Men, Generation X and X-Force has been gathered into one place! But before this info can be deciphered, three X-Men will breach the most guarded sanctum of the U.S. government in a desperate attempt to destroy it! Not only will they discover things they could not have imagined, but they will also be confronted with a more immediate threat?a foe that could bring their world crashing down around them! It's a full-length, action-packed story mixed with in-depth "Handbook" style entries with way-cool pin-up art by Salvador Larroca, Leinil Francis Yu, Michael Ryan, Sean Chen, Ariel Olivetti, Tom Raney and more!

Muties

Muties

It focused on six different Mutants, and each story was essentially self contained. The miniseries was supposed to show the day-to-day sufferings of mutants, not just those that managed to find their way to the X-men and Charles Xavier. It was written chiefly by Karl Bollers, with different artists doing different issues.

Machine Man/Bastion '98

Machine Man/Bastion '98

Battle of the mechanized men! Machine Man and Bastion duke it out in a gritty battle featuring Cable! Plus, Bastion’s full origin revealed.

Watson And Holmes

Watson And Holmes

WATSON & HOLMES is a modern urban take on the tales of "Sherlock Holmes" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Re-envisioning Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson as African Americans and taking place in New York City's famous Harlem district

Wolverine: Hunger

Wolverine: Hunger

Logan has just escaped the Weapon X facility and is on the run with no memories, no friends, nowhere to go and no food. Animal instincts have taken over and there is only one goal: survival. Writer Karl Bollers and artist Stephen Segovia take readers back to Logan's past in this thrilling story following the events immediately after the end of WEAPON X.

X-51

X-51

Part of the M-Tech Marvel event, Aaron Stack, the Machine Man gets his own series, this time known as X-51 . The series was the first in the M-Tech line, but failed to catch on and was, unfortunately, cancelled with issue 12. The series had a special "issue 0", courtesy of Wizard Magazine and a shared Machine Man/Bastion '98annual which was published prior to this series.

What If? Secret Wars

What If? Secret Wars

And featuring the conclusion of a special five part back-up story, 'What if the Runaways Became the Young Avengers?' In this issue... “Young Avengers Assemble!”

What If? Secret Invasion

What If? Secret Invasion

Marvel once again poses the question, "What If...?" What if Peter Parker had been completely consumed by his inner, bestial impulses and became more spider than man in "The Other?" What if the greatest threat in Avengers history had gone undetected in "Disassembled?" What if Wolverine, the world's deadliest killing machine, was never de-programmed in "Enemy of the State"? Professor X's secret squad of young mutants had survived its ill-fated attempt to rescue the original X-Men in "Deadly Genesis?" But what if Legion killed both Magneto and Xavier, leaving no leader to create any incarnation of X-Men to resist the "Age of Apocalypse?"

What If? Daredevil vs. Elektra

What If? Daredevil vs. Elektra

Marvel once again poses the question, "What If...?" What if Peter Parker had been completely consumed by his inner, bestial impulses and became more spider than man in "The Other?" What if the greatest threat in Avengers history had gone undetected in "Disassembled?" What if Wolverine, the world's deadliest killing machine, was never de-programmed in "Enemy of the State"? Professor X's secret squad of young mutants had survived its ill-fated attempt to rescue the original X-Men in "Deadly Genesis?" But what if Legion killed both Magneto and Xavier, leaving no leader to create any incarnation of X-Men to resist the "Age of Apocalypse?"

The New Eternals: Apocalypse Now

The New Eternals: Apocalypse Now

Springing out of events currently unfolding in the pages of X-MEN, Apocalypse has turned his attention to the cosmic characters that walk among us! His plan: Spark an all-out war between the humans and the subterranean-dwelling Deviants to learn who is worthy of survival! And only a handful of beings can save the day... all- powerful beings known as the Eternals!

Emma Frost

Emma Frost

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