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Subj: Re: Question if you recall an specific issue with X-men in space...
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2012 at 07:18:27 am EDT (Viewed 143 times)
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Posted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 at 09:48:18 pm EDT (Viewed 21 times)

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Was trying to recall if an X-men issue had a character floating in outer space while the narration told of the effects of vaccuum decompression on the human body. For some reason thought it was a story with any X-men and/or written by Claremont. Does anyone recall such an issue?

Even if you don't remember, you may want to revisit Uncanny #165 with panels/pages found online: http://www.comicboards.com/php/show.php?rpy=comicbattles-2012091601360981.




I think you're recalling Possibly Uncanny #99 & 100 when the team are captured by the Sentinels... Banshee and Co break free of their prison only to find they are actually in orbit, these two issues go into the problems of survival in space and are maybe what you remember.

Alternately (and I can't recall the details as clearly) there was that early 90s issue where Jean and Cyclops are caught by Stryfe and face an identical predicament - Uncanny #296 & X-Factor #86. I think those issues would fit what you're remembering too.

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