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Product NameX-Men By Chris Claremont & Jim Lee Omnibus - Volume 2
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:10.87 inches / Length:7.24 inches / Weight:5.65 pounds / Width:2.01 inches
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SKUAPX7687697135018016
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Height11.25 inches    (convert)
Length7.75 inches    (convert)
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AuthorChris Claremont
Page Count832
BindingHardcover
Published01/25/2012
Long DescriptionX-Men superstars Chris Claremont and Jim Lee bring their legendary run to an earth-shattering crescendo! The X-Men are shanghaled into outer space to outwit a Skrull infiltration and return Princess Lilandra to the throne--while back on Earth, X-Factor must contend with the return of Apocalypse and the loss of Cyclops' son, Nathan Christopher! Then, both teams unite to face the menace of the Shadow King, leading into an all-new era as the X-Men evolve once again--becoming more than merely Uncanny! And they'll need to be in full fighting form when Magneto gains a cult following, Omega Red returns to menace Wolverine, the time-traveling Bishop joins the team, and the alien Brood assimilate Ghost Rider! All this and Mojo, too--or is it Mojo II?--as the X-Men's most iconic creators cataplut the team into the 1990s! COLLECTING: UNCANNY X-MEN (1963) 273-280; X-FACTOR (1986) 63-70; :X-MEN (1991) 1-9, 10-11 (A STORIES); GHOST RIDER (1990 26=27.
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