In which you should probably not mess with space junk; Exodus is terrible at many things; Rusty Collins deserved better; X-Men #100 references are dirty (but effective) pool; Magneto goes through a lot of orbital bases; Nate Grey makes things worse; Frenzy is generally the most competent member of any team she’s on; and we sincerely regret not making more Satellite of Love jokes about Avalon.
- The foundations of Onslaught
- X-Men #42-44
- The Acolytes (more) (again) and several members thereof
- How not to toast
- A teleportation incident
- Juggernaut problems
- A break-in
- Several things not to do in space
- Prioritizing problems
- A very dramatic confrontation
- X-Men #100 references
- An extremely counterintuitive use of Amelia Voght’s powers
- The return of Cyclops’s castaway uniform
- A reluctant team-up
- Cyclops as catalyst vs. focus
- An unexpected reunion
- Determining characters’ ages
- Dazzler’s powers
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