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Part one of a MAGIC EVENT that spans across the ages. Ian McNee wanted to be the Sorcerer Supreme but was bested by Stephen Strange (MARVEL FANFARE #6). Now a collector of magical and bizarre artifacts in the lower east side of New York, he's on a dangerous quest for four items that he thinks will keep a crazed Ancient Egyptian Priest from resurrection. This issue, the object is the Sword of Bone, and we finally discover the story of what really happened when Magik traveled to Ancient Egypt and met Storm's descendent during NEW MUTANTS #34 in a 22-page story by Louise Simonson and Steve Scott. Plus, Ian McNee comes face-to-face with the sword’s guardian in a special 10-page story by Marvel magic historian David Sexton and Eric Nguyen.

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Mystic Arcana: Magik # 1 0

This issue of Mystic Arcana takes place during New Mutants # 32, when Magik and Mirage escaped to ancient Egypt via a teleportation disc, and met Ashake, an ancestor of Storm, as they battle the evil sorcerer, Heka-Nut. This is a stand-alone entry featuring Illyana Rasputin, and only further serves to add to prior history. With the exception of including Magik as a piece of the Marvel Tarot, it does not expound upon her current history in the Marvel Univ...

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