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It’s Christmas Eve but all of the X-Men are busy and leave Kitty behind at the mansion alone. Scott Summers calls from Florida, where he starts to work as sailorman for Lee Forrester. Later the mansion is attacked by a N’garai demon. Kitty tries to escape and phases through floor and walls but the demon keeps up. She lures it into the Danger Room, but it trashes every single weapon that the room throws at it. Finally Kitty escapes into the Hangar and manages to fry the demon with the Blackbird’s afterburners. Later the X-Men return with Kitty’s parents as a surprise, they are proud how well she handled the situation.

John Byrne ends his penciling duties with this issue.



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So long, John! 0

John Byrne's final issue is, appropriately enough, a spotlight on Kitty Pryde. Days of Future Past showed us the importance of this character and what she means to the X-Men's future. After a several issue hiatus, the letter column returns and of interest is a pan from dissatisfied reader Kurt Busiek, who can no longer bear to read how Claremont has ruined his beloved heroes and thus Kurt has ended his complete collection of X-Men with #138. If Kurt thought he could have done better, maybe he sh...

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