X-Men #16

    X-Men » X-Men #16 - X-Cutioner's Song Part 11: Conflicting Cathexes released by Marvel on January 1, 1993.

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    Cable, Wolverine, and Bishop arrive on the moon and attack the forces of Stryfe. Overwhelmed, the X-Team task force arrives and the search for Stryfe, Cyclops, and Jean Grey begins. As Cable and Co. find Stryfe's location, Professor Xavier wakes from his slumber and exclaims that more is at play: Stryfe, Cable, Cyclops, and Jean are related in more than this altercation, but through blood!


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    "Would that it were so simple, Robert." 0

    Admittedly, this issue suffers structurally, in that it is the final set-up piece before the grand finale of the crossover, so we shouldn't be too harsh on it.  It does have some good character moments: Cannonball's brief confrontation with Cable and Archangel's lines to Bishop are great - "His life has been marked by pain and loss," says Bishop of Apocalypse.  "And that's an excuse, Bishop?  Which one of us hasn't gone through the same?  You just don't see us choosing to mark everyone else's li...

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