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The following list features crossover series that Gambit has appeared in. It will give you a summery of the series, year made,
type of crossover and a read order list of comic.
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X-TINCTION AGENDA
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Year of Release: 1990-1991
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Genosha is a small island nation that tests every citizens for mutant genes. If tested positive one becomes property of the state. In a special process designed by Genegineer David Moreau the person is stripped of any free will and turned into a mutate to serve the state. Since the X-Men once had a conflict with genoshan forces they are now considered enemies of the state. When least expected Genoshan forces attack Xavier’s school and take prisoners. Later the remaining mutants try to rescue their friends and are captured too, two of them are even turned into mindless mutates. Once on Genosha the teams discover the real enemy behind Genosha‘s government : Cameron Hodge. Later Angel chopped his head off, and Hodge had to discover that being immortal can be a curse. He now needs an ugly technological body. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #270
    New Mutants #95
    X-Factor (1st series) #60
    Uncanny X-Men #271
    New Mutants #96
    X-Factor #61
    Uncanny X-Men #272
    New Mutants #97
    X-Factor #62
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MUIR ISLAND SAGA
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Year of Release: 1991
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Xavier discovers that the Shadow King, the first mutant he ever fought, has grown extremely powerful and is causing waves of hatred all around the world. He uses Polaris as a nexus between the physical world and the astral plane and fuels his own power to near unlimited level with her absorbing the negative emotional energy. Xavier sends the X-Men to Muir Island but the residents who have already been taken over by the Shadow King defeat them. So Xavier has to call for help from his original students, X-Factor. Together they invade the island to find the Shadow King in a new host – Legion, Xavier’s illegitimate son. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #278
    Uncanny X-Men #279
    X-Factor #69
    Uncanny X-Men #280
    X-Factor #70
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INFINITY WAR
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Year of Release: 1992
Crossover Reach: All of Marvelverse (Stories separate but tie in)
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Summary:
The Magus develops a plan to gain absolute power over the Marvel Universe. Operating out a far-off reality, he acquires "cosmic containment units", items similar to the Cosmic Cube, along with demonic doppelgangers of Earth's heroes and villains. The Magus' power renders Eternity catatonic and keeps himself well hidden. After a confrontation with Magus, Thanos sought help from Warlock's Infinity Watch. The Magus sends doppelgangers after some of Earth's heroes. The heroes decides to split their forces, with a team remaining on Earth while another team travels to the far reaches of space and time. The Earth team is again attacked by doppelgangers, many heroes are subsumed and taken over. The traveling heroes fight with Thanos and the Infinity Watch, believing them to be the enemy.
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Read Order:
    Infinity War #1-6
    X-Force #18
    Alpha Flight #110-112
    Captain America #408
    Daredevil #310
    Deathlok #16
    Doctor Strange: Sorceror Supreme #42-47
    Fantastic Four #366-370
    Guardians of the Galaxy #27-29
    Marc Spector: Moon Knight #41-44
    Marvel Comics Presents #108-111
    New Warriors #27
    Nomad #7
    Quasar #38-40
    Silver Sable and The Wild Pack #4-5
    Silver Surfer #67-69
    Sleepwalker #18
    Spider-Man #24
    Warlock and The Infinity Watch #7-10
    Wonder Man #13-14
    What The--?! #20
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X-CUTIONER'S SONG
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Year of Release: 1992-1993
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
The mysterious history of Stryfe and Cable is explained. One of them is the son of Cyclops, sent to the future only to return as an adult, the other is his clone. Stryfe believes to be the real one, and wants revenge on all those he holds responsible for his miserable life. Posing as Cable, he assassinates Xavier, the heart of the X-teams, during a public speech. Also blaming Sinister and Apocalypse he makes the X-Men believe that these two are involved and watches in great joy as his many opponents battle each other, while he tortures Jean and Scott in his lunar base. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #294
    X-Factor #84
    X-Men #14
    X-Force #16
    Uncanny X-Men #295
    X-Factor #85
    X-Men #15
    X-Force #17
    Uncanny X-Men #296
    X-Factor #86
    X-Men #16
    X-Force #18
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FATAL ATTRACTION
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Year of Release: 1993
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
After months of being believed dead, Magneto returns with a vengeance. With powers greater than he has ever had before, Magneto gathers his Acolytes and anyone else who will follow him taking them to his new orbital space station, Avalon. To the X-Men’s surprise, one of their own accepts the offer. Fearing Magneto’s intentions and wishing their conflict to finally end, Xavier and a team of X-Men travel to Avalon, with disastrous consequences for both sides.
This story is not a crossover in the classic sense with one cohesive story. Rather, Fatal Attractions is an underlying theme, or loosely connected episodes of the lives of the Acolytes and Magneto. The six issues involved were not released during the same month, but occurred over a period of five months. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    X-Factor #92
    X-Force #25
    Uncanny X-Men #304
    X-Men #25
    Wolverine #75
    Excalibur #71
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BLOODTIES
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Year of Release: 1993
Crossover Reach: X-Titles and Avengers
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Summary:
Kicked out of the Acolytes, Fabian Cortez goes to Genosha, where he assumes leadership of the island’s mutate population and fuels the rebellion against the Genoshan government. A Civil War erupts between mutates, humans and a small resistance group consisting of members of both races. While the UN are discussing how to get the situation under control, mutant expert Professor Charles Xavier is sent to the island on a peace keeping mission, accompanied by the mutate Jenny Ransome and Phillip Moreau, the former Genegineer’s son. The conflict enters a new level when Cortez kidnaps Luna Maximoff, the daughter of Crystal and Quicksilver, and as such Magneto‘s grandchild, to get revenge on him. While the X-Men and Quicksilver secretly enter the island, the Avengers have to violate their UN charter when they, against direct orders, depart for Genosha to rescue the child of one of their members. As self-proclaimed heir of Magneto, Exodus too arrives at the battleside and takes up Cortez’s challenge in his name. However the assembled heroes soon realize that his vast abilities and fanatic view of mutants as superior race make him a much bigger problem than Cortez ever was. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Avengers #368
    X-Men #26
    Avengers West Coast #101
    Uncanny X-Men #307
    Avengers #369
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PHALANX COVENANT
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Year of Release: 1994
Crossover Reach: X-Titles (crossed in 3 separate storylines)
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Summary:
Led by Stephen Lang and Cameron Hodge, the techno-organic Phalanx have declared open season on mutants. However, soon all life on Earth is at peril, for the Phalanx evolve beyond control and seek to assimilate every living organism into their Collective. With the majority of the core X-Men members captured it’s up to the supporting teams to save the day. Whether on a mission to save the next generation of homo superior, attempting to rescue their imprisoned comrades or trying to keep the Phalanx from procreating and contacting their brethren in space - the combined might of all the remaining mutants associated with Xavier’s school may not be enough against an enemy that is programmed to adapt and overcome. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Generation Next
    Uncanny X-Men #316
    X-Men (2nd series) #36
    Uncanny X-Men #317
    X-Men (2nd series) #37
    Life Signs
    X-Factor #106
    X-Force #38
    Excalibur #82
    Final Sanction
    Wolverine #85
    Cable #16
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LEGION QUEST
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Year of Release: 1994-1995
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
After awaking from the coma, he has been in since the Muir Island Saga, Legion finds his fragmented mind healed. He wants to make up for his past shortcomings and the pain he caused his father Charles Xavier. To do that Legion comes up with the plan to travel back in time and kill Magneto, the greatest opposition, that Xavier's dream of peaceful coexistence between mutants and humans ever faced. Some X-Men go after him but fail to stop him. Still Legion's plan backfires as he by accident murders Xavier and as a result erases himself from history. The early death of the founder of the X-Men creates an altered history that replaces the mainstream Marvel Universe. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #319
    X-Factor #109
    Uncanny X-Men #320
    X-Men #40
    Uncanny X-Men #321
    Cable #20
    X-Men #41
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ONSLAUGHT
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Year of Release: 1996
Crossover Reach: All of the Marvelverse
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Summary:
In 1996 Marvel’s writers brought the unthinkable to life. Professor Charles Xavier, founder and mentor to the X-Men and one of Marvel’s oldest heroes, became the newest and greatest threat to the Marvel Universe. Onslaught was a four month epic event crossing over most of Marvel’s major titles including both X-Men titles, Fantastic Four, Avengers, Incredible Hulk, Cable, Wolverine, X-Factor, X-Force and X-Man. Within the mind of the world’s foremost telepath, Magneto’s ideology of “the ends justify the means” intertwined with Xavier’s dream of peaceful coexistence and the being known as Onslaught was born. Embarking upon a campaign to bring peace to the world by any means necessary, Onslaught sought to make Earth’s mightiest heroes his allies or to become the first to fall. The X-Men marshaled the forces of the Avengers, Fantastic Four, and Incredible Hulk to stand against Onslaught’s tyranny. For the redemption of a hero though, a terrible price would be paid, and the Marvel Universe would be irrevocably altered. Charles Xavier has been many things, a teacher, mentor, father figure and friend. His desire, however, has been unwavering; to create a world in which mutants and humans can live together in peace. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #333
    Excalibur #99
    X-Man #15
    X-Man #16
    X-Man #17
    Cable #32
    Cable #33
    X-Men #53
    X-Men Unlimited #11
    Uncanny X-Men #334
    X-Men #54
    Onslaught: X-Men
    Uncanny X-Men #335
    X-Man #18
    X-Force #57
    Cable #34
    Incredible Hulk #444
    Avengers #401
    Excalibur #100
    Fantastic Four #415
    X-Factor #125
    Generation X #18
    Wolverine #104
    X-Men #55
    Uncanny X-Men #336
    X-Factor #126
    Cable #35
    X-Force #58
    Incredible Hulk #445
    Iron Man #332
    Avengers #402
    Punisher #11
    X-Man #19
    Green Goblin #12
    Fantastic Four #416
    Generation X #19
    Amazing Spider-Man #415
    Wolverine #105
    Spider-Man #72
    X-Men #56
    X-Men Unlimited #12
    Onslaught: Marvel Universe
    Uncanny X-Men #337
    X-Men #57
    Onslaught: Epilogue
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HUNT FOR XAVIER
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Year of Release: 1998-1999
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Professor Xavier has been missing ever since the authorities arrested him in the wake of the Onslaught disaster. In addition, shortly after Bastion stripped the X-Men’s home of its technology, a sentient Cerebro appeared with its own team of artificial X-Men fighting both humans and the real X-Men. Having eliminated his failed X-Men Cerebro is now looking for Professor Charles Xavier. Two readings of his signature are detected around the globe, so the X-Men split into two groups to find out which is real, and which is fake. But extensions of Cerebro, named Cerebrites Beta and Alpha are sent to find Xavier too, to bring him back and help to bring about a cataclysmic plan that would prove to be a perversion of Xavier's dreams for a future where humans and mutants can live together in peace. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #362
    X-Men #82
    Uncanny X-Men #363
    X-Men #83
    Uncanny X-Men #364
    X-Men #84
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MAGNETO WAR
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Year of Release: 1999
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
For months the world thought him gone. The madman known as Magneto, master of magnetism, was no longer a threat. Instead, amnesiac and mysteriously de-aged, Erik Magnus Lehnsherr now called himself Joseph, and was a reforming X-Man. However, there were those among the X-Men and the international community that had reservations; even the thought of once being Magneto nagged on Joseph’s conscience. To that end, he left with the Israeli Mossad agent Sabra on a quest to discover the truth about his origins. Months have passed since then and the climate in the world has changed. Professor Charles Xavier, now reunited with a different team of X-Men than he left behind, must pick up the torch again and lead his team to creating a peaceful co-existence between man and mutant. However, a storm is on the horizon, one that threatens to destroy the very fabric of the planet. The Acolytes are shattered, broken into two splinter factions, with still more dissent among each group’s ranks. A mysterious woman has emerged, whose role in the war between man and mutant dates back to the creation of Magneto’s first Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. A robotic ambassador has arrived at the United Nations, with a most shocking and dire request. However, at the base of this storm lies a man responsible for all these players on the field: Magneto! The true master of magnetism is back, and he is on the verge of causing a global disaster in order to obtain his goal of a land where mutants can live in peace.(Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    X-Men: Magneto War
    Uncanny X-Men #366
    X-Men #86
    Uncanny X-Men #367
    X-Men #87
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THE TWELVE
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Year of Release: 2000
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
After more than a decade from the first mention of the fabled Twelve, their story is finally told. It turns out that the legend about the Twelve is the grand design of Apocalypse, who started the rumors himself long ago. They are twelve powerful mutants that Apocalypse wants to lure together, as he needs them to ascend to godhood. His plan is to take their powers, combine them and transfer them into his body. After doing so he will be omnipotent, and needing a suitable hostbody capable of containing this incredible power, Apocalypse decides Nate Grey will do just fine, and he has him captured as the so called Thirteenth. The X-Men end up facing Skrulls, egyptian cultists, the four Horsemen and Apocalypse himself before the events unfold into the mind-shattering conclusion when one man’s bold sacrifice may turn out in vain. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #376
    Cable #75
    X-Man #59
    X-Men #96
    Wolverine #146
    Wolverine #147
    X-Man #60
    Uncanny X-Men #377
    Cable #76
    X-Men #97
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AGES OF APOCALYPSE
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Year of Release: 2000
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Apocalypse’s plan of bonding to the form of X-Man Nate Grey has failed and he found himself merged with Cyclops instead, so he changes his plans. The draining process couldn’t fully complete and he still needs as much of the Twelve’s energies as he can get. So using his newly received powers, he warps the X-Men’s realities several times in an attempt to get them to use their powers to recharge the machine. It almost works a few times. However, Cyclops is still inside of Apocalypse fighting back at him whenever he can, and Jean is the only one who can sense her husband still alive. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #378
    Cable #77
    Wolverine #148
    X-Men Unlimited #26
    X-Men #98
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MAXIMUM SECURITY
Year of Release: 2000
Crossover Reach: All of Marvelverse
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Summary:
Ever since the Fantastic Four’s first historic journey into space, the heroes of Earth have constantly found themselves involved with the affairs of the other civilized races in the known universe. While most of these encounters have been for the good, no matter what the situation, these encounters drastically altered the lives of those alien races involved. After many years, the intergalactic council on the planet Selandiar has chosen to address the infectious threat that is Earth and its solar system, which have spawned such threats as Thanos and Dark Phoenix. After a vote, the decision is clear: Earth must be exterminated. However, a mysterious newcomer race known as the Ruul offer another solution. Earth is to become a maximum security prison planet where the unwanted beings of the universe shall permanently reside and occupy the humans, while the Ruul make sure that no one leaves or enters the solar system. However, something has goes horribly wrong and, somehow, Ego, the Living Planet, is sent to Earth, sets his roots into the planet and begins to absorb it at an alarming speed. However, there is far more going on that meets the eye as an elaborate plot secretly unfolds. Who are the Ruul? What is the truth about Maximum Security? When the horrible truth finally stands revealed, there may be nothing the known universe can do to stop it! (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet Part 1
    Maximum Security #1
    Thor #30
    Uncanny X-Men #387
    Amazing Spider-Man #24
    Black Panther #25
    Iron Man #35
    Captain America #36
    Captain Marvel #12
    Incredible Hulk #21
    Peter Parker, Spider-Man #24
    Thunderbolts #45
    Bishop: The Last X-Man #15
    Maximum Security #2
    Marvel Knights #6
    Gambit #23
    X-Men #107
    X-Men Unlimited #29
    Avengers #35
    Maximum Security #3
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DREAM'S END
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Year of Release: 2001
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Several years ago, Senator Robert Kelly was the driving force behind the Mutant Registration Act, a law that forced mutants to officially register and declare their abilities. The mutant terrorist, Mystique, led her Brotherhood of Mutants in an assassination attempt against him but failed, due to the X-Men’s interference. Today, Mystique has returned back to the foreground as Senator Kelly announces his plans to run for President of the United States. With the issue of the mutant threat being used to lead his campaign, Kelly stands a good shot of winning a close election that will determine the fate of man and mutant. The X-Men must race against time to save Kelly from the Brotherhood, but things are amiss already as they question why Mystique would make her intentions so obvious. What the X-Men do not realize, however, is that Mystique’s plan deals with more than just assassinating Kelly. To shape the future of mutantkind, Mystique has tailored Stryfe’s deadly Legacy Virus, originally designed to kill mutants, to only affect those without the mutant gene; all those born human! Split into two forces, the X-Men must protect Senator Kelly from the reformed Brotherhood of Mutants and also find out what Mystique is doing on Muir Isle. However, before all the madness comes to an end, death will strike close to the X-Men and shake the very foundation of the dream. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #388
    Cable #87
    Bishop: The Last X-Man #16
    X-Men #108
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HOUSE OF M
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Year of Release: 2004
Crossover Reach: All of Marvelverse (Stories separate but tie in)
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Summary:
After the X-Men were infiltrated by Xorn – a man claiming to be Magneto. The catastrophic battle against Magneto left the Xavier Institute in ruins. Heartbroken and demoralized, Charles Xavier left the Institute and secretly made his way to Genosha, not only to bury the body of his old friend and enemy Magneto, but to rebuild the devastated island of Genosha back into a prosperous haven for mutants. The X-Men, however, were not alone in their grief. During the years of protecting the world, the Avengers found themselves chasing one fire after another as a response team, instead of tackling foes before they became massive threats; little did the team know that the greatest threat would come from one of their own. The probability altering sorceress known as the Scarlet Witch, daughter of Magneto, lost control of her reality altering powers and went insane. Attacking the Avengers because she felt them responsible for the deaths of her children years ago, Wanda took the lives of Ant-Man, the Vision and Hawkeye. It wasn’t until Dr. Strange arrived and subdued Wanda that the threat was temporarily stopped. However, before her defeat, Wanda sent out a call to her father. Magneto arrived and took Wanda away from the Avengers. It would only be months later that the surviving Avengers would learn from Quicksilver that Magneto took Wanda back to Genosha to seek help from Charles Xavier.
On that fateful day the enemy of the Avengers and the enemy of the X-Men became one. The House of M was on the rise, and reality would never be the same again. (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    Avengers #500-503
    Avengers Finale
    Excalibur #8, 13-14
    House of M #1-8
    Black Panther #7
    Cable and Deadpool #17
    Captain America #10
    Exiles #69-71
    Fantastic Four: House of M #1-3
    Incredible Hulk #83-86
    Iron Man: House of M #1-3
    Mutopia X #1-4
    New Thunderbolts #11
    New X-Men #16-19
    Secrets of the House of M Handbook
    Spider-Man: House of M #1-5
    The Pulse #10
    The Pulse: House of M Special Edition
    Uncanny X-Men #462-465
    Wolverine #33-35
    Aftermath Decimation: House of M – The Day After
    The 198 Files #1
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DECIMATION
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Year of Release: 2006
Crossover Reach: All of Marvelverse (Stories separate but tie in)
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Summary:
It has been confirmed by various sources that there are considerably more than 198 mutants remaining - the number has been referred to as "symbolic" rather than actual, and in The 198 Files is said to be the earliest confirmed number. Numbers for pre-Decimation mutants vary from "over a million" (House of M #8) to 14 million (New X-Men #115, where it is said that the 16 million mutants who died on Genosha was around "over half" of the estimated global mutant population of 30 million mutants), giving a population, if the commonly-used 90% depowered figure is true, of between one hundred thousand and one and a half million. Based on the mathematical comparisons of the oft-repeated 198 and several million, Marvel has recently reevaluated the 90% figure into "Over 99%". This is shown in Civil War: Battle Damage Report when Iron Man comments on the Post-CW world. The figure may be reevaluated again depending on events taking place in the upcoming Endangered Species and X-Men: Messiah Complex storylines.
Both Hank Pym and Beast note shortly after the event that it is impossible for the energy that certain mutants controlled to simply have vanished, and that it must have been "sent" somewhere. As would later be revealed in New Avengers, most of this energy became a sentient entity called "The Collective", who has since come into violent conflict with the Avengers. In addition, a portion of the energy revived the body of Gabriel Summers, who had been trapped in space for many years following the defeat of Krakoa.
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Read Order:
    Decimation: House of M - The Day After
    Generation M #1-5
    Mutopia X #5
    New Excalibur #1-3
    New X-Men : Academy X #20-23
    Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1-5
    Son of M #1-6
    Uncanny X-Men #466-468
    Wolverine #36-40
    X-Factor #1-4
    X-Men #177-179
    X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1-6
    X-Men: The 198 #1-5
    X-Men: The 198 Files
    X-Men Unlimited #13
    New Avengers #16-20
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WILD KINGDOM
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Year of Release: 2005
Crossover Reach: X-Men and Black Panther
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Summary:
Strange happenings are going on in the turmoil-ridden nation of Niganda in Africa, including the appearance of apparent mutant animals, one of which kills a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter on camera. The X-Men, including Storm, journey to Africa to investigate. Storm recalls her childhood in Africa and when she was worshipped as a goddess, and wonders why she is not happy to be returning. Investigating the sudden outburst of strange, mutated wild animals in Africa, the X-Men - led by Storm - come face to face with something worse: mutant bio-organisms the likes of which the world has never seen. The X-Men travel deep to the heart of Africa to investigate reports of these strange, mutated animals roaming wild near Wakanda. But what happens when their discoveries lead them to the King of Wakanda himself—T’Challa, the Black Panther?! The key to unraveling their secret - and defeating them - may lie in that region's protector - the Black Panther. Storm, with the help of her other teammates, and Black Panther are going to have to put their differences aside and work together before all of Africa is overrun with mutated monstrosities! (Brief description courtesy of uncannyxmen.net)
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Read Order:
    X-Men #175
    Black Panther #8
    X-Men #176
    Black Panther #9
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ENDANGERED SPECIES
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Year of Release: 2007
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
The X-Men and various other mutants attend the funeral of a young mutant boy named Landru who has been killed in a road traffic accident and muse on what this means for mutantkind. Beast plans to find a way to reverse M-Day. After he was unable to attain a solution with the help of Reed Richards, Henry Pym, and Tony Stark, he offers to "sell his soul" to nine of the world's most dangerous villains (Pandemic, M.O.D.O.K., Spiral and Mojo, Sugar Man, Mister Sinister, the High Evolutionary, Arnim Zola, and Doctor Doom), along with Kavita Rao, in exchange for their assistance. Rebuffed by most, Hank travels to Transia in search of the High Evolutionary, whose cryptic comments aroused Beast's curiosity. Scaling Mount Wundagore, he and his group of travelers are confronted by the Knights of Wundagore. The High Evolutionary briefly entertains Hank's pleas and discusses the possibility that science cannot undo something that magic ultimately caused, but seems ultimately uninterested in helping and turns out to not even be there in person. He does, however, hint that Hank is not the first person to travel to Wundagore looking for a solution to the M-Day problem, nor the first to be dissatisfied with his answers.
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Read Order:
    Endangered Species one-shot
    X-Men #200
    Uncanny X-Men #488
    X-Factor #21
    New X-Men #40
    X-Men #201
    Uncanny X-Men #489
    X-Factor #22
    New X-Men #41
    X-Men #202
    Uncanny X-Men #490
    X-Factor #23
    New X-Men #42
    X-Men #203
    Uncanny X-Men #491
    X-Factor #24
    X-Men #204
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MESSIAH COMPLEX
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Year of Release: 2007
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
The X-Men and various other mutants attend the funeral of a young mutant boy named Landru who has been killed in a road traffic accident and muse on what this means for mutantkind. Beast plans to find a way to reverse M-Day. After he was unable to attain a solution with the help of Reed Richards, Henry Pym, and Tony Stark, he offers to "sell his soul" to nine of the world's most dangerous villains (Pandemic, M.O.D.O.K., Spiral and Mojo, Sugar Man, Mister Sinister, the High Evolutionary, Arnim Zola, and Doctor Doom), along with Kavita Rao, in exchange for their assistance. Rebuffed by most, Hank travels to Transia in search of the High Evolutionary, whose cryptic comments aroused Beast's curiosity. Scaling Mount Wundagore, he and his group of travelers are confronted by the Knights of Wundagore. The High Evolutionary briefly entertains Hank's pleas and discusses the possibility that science cannot undo something that magic ultimately caused, but seems ultimately uninterested in helping and turns out to not even be there in person. He does, however, hint that Hank is not the first person to travel to Wundagore looking for a solution to the M-Day problem, nor the first to be dissatisfied with his answers.
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Read Order:
    X-Men: Messiah Complex one-shot.
    Uncanny X-Men #492
    X-Factor #25
    New X-Men #44
    X-Men #205
    Uncanny X-Men #493
    X-Factor #26
    New X-Men #45
    X-Men #206
    Uncanny X-Men #494
    X-Factor #27
    New X-Men #46
    X-Men #207
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DIVIDED WE STAND
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Year of Release: 2008
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
In the wake of Messiah CompleX, there are no X-Men. But where does that leave the mutants that were X-Men? Some of the industry's hottest creators bring you stories of your favorite mutants as they make their way in a world without the X-Men. And only those who adapt will survive. Featuring Cannonball, Husk, Nightcrawler, Storm, Black Panther, Neznho, Anole, Beast, Dark Beast, Havok, Vulcan, and Surge! Plus: Guest-starring Cyclops, Wolverine, Colossus and the rest of Marvel's mightiest mutants! This spectacular will usher in a new era for the X-Men! The future of mutantkind starts here!
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #495
    X-Men: Legacy #208
    X-Force #1
    X-Factor #28
    Wolverine #62
    Uncanny X-Men #496
    X-Men: Legacy #209
    Cable #1
    X-Factor #29
    X-Force #2
    Wolverine #63
    X-Men: Divided We Stand: Book 1
    Uncanny X-Men #497
    X-Men: Legacy #210
    X-Factor #30
    Young X-Men #1
    X-Force #3
    Cable #2
    Wolverine #64
    X-Men: Divided We Stand: Book 2
    Uncanny X-Men #498
    X-Men: Legacy #211
    X-Men Legacy 212
    X-Factor #31
    Young X-Men #2
    X-Force #4 Cable #3
    Wolverine #65
    Uncanny X-Men #499
    X-Men: Legacy #213
    X-Factor #32
    Young X-Men #3
    Cable #4
    X-Men: Legacy #214
    Young X-Men #4
    X-Force #5
    Cable #5
    Young X-Men #5
    X-Force #6
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MANIFEST DESTINY
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Year of Release: 2008
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
The X-Men have arrived in San Francisco-but Wolverine finds he's left more than his heart there! Something happened in Chinatown more than 50 years ago...something that the people there still have not forgotten. And now Logan finds himself a marked man, pursued by fighters from every dojo in town--not to mention the mystical warriors of the criminal Triad and their merciless leader...who just happens to be Logan's ex-girlfriend. Also, Nightcrawler realizes a hard truth-he has to quit the X-Men. Don't miss the departure of one of the most important characters in X-Men History. Also includes Iceman's battle with an old, deadly foe and Avalanche's experience running a bar in San Francisco. Plus, find out what Boom Boom has been up to since NEXTWAVE.
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Read Order:
    Astonishing X-Men #25
    Uncanny X-Men #500
    Cable #6
    Secret Invastion: X-Men #1
    Astonishing X-Men #26
    Uncanny X-Men #501
    X-Men: Legacy #215
    X-Men: Manifest Destiny #1
    Secret Invasion: X-Men #2
    Uncanny X-Men #502
    Young X-Men #6
    X-Men: Legacy #216
    X-Men: Manifest Destiny #2
    Astonishing X-Men #27
    Uncanny X-Men #503
    Young X-Men #7
    Wolverine: Manifest Destiny #1
    Secret Invasion: X-Men #3
    X-Men: Manifest Destiny #3
    Uncanny X-Men #504
    Young X-Men #8
    Secret Invasion: X-Men #4
    Wolverine: Manifest Destiny #2
    X-Men: Manifest Destiny #4
    Uncanny X-Men #505
    Young X-Men #9
    Wolverine: Manifest Destiny #3
    X-Men: Manifest Destiny #5
    Eternals #7
    Astonishing X-Men #28
    Wolverine: Manifest Destiny #4
    Eternals #8
    Uncanny X-Men #506
    Manifest Destiny: Nightcrawler #1
    Eternals #9
    Uncanny X-Men #507
    Astonishing X-Men #29
    Runaways (Vol. 3) #10
    Astonishing X-Men #30
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UTOPIA
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Year of Release: 2009
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Amidst public debate on a proposed ballot initiative limiting reproduction rights of mutants, riots erupt throughout San Francisco, the home of the X-Men and their allies. As Cyclops fails to get the situation under control, Norman Osborn sends in his own team of Avengers to clean up the mess - as well as using the situation to debut his own team of X-Men - including his Cabal allies Emma Frost and the Sub-Mariner. In their first clash, several X-Men, including the Beast, are captured by Osborn’s forces and tortured using the “Omega Machine.” As the crisis escalates, Rogue and Gambit return to the X-Men and assist with riot control while the X-Club enacts Cyclops’ main plan, to raise a small landmass from the ocean floor, where all the X-Men are subsequently evacuated to as their new home: Utopia. Before long, Osborn, his Avengers and the remaining members of his X-Men launch an attack on Utopia, but the overwhelming forces of the X-Men manage to repel them, aided in no small part by Mirage, who returns re-empowered by Hela as a Valkyrie. In the aftermath, Cyclops opens up Utopia to all of mutantkind, while Osborn plans his revenge on those who betrayed him.
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Read Order:
    Dark Avengers / Uncanny X-Men: Utopia
    X-Men Legacy #226
    X-Men Legacy #227
    Uncanny X-Men #513
    Dark Avengers #7
    Uncanny X-Men #514
    Dark Avengers #8
    Dark Avengers / Uncanny X-Men: Exodus
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NATION X
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Year of Release: 2009
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Following the Utopia storyline and leading into Necrosha. Nation X covers the aftermath. A mutant nation has been created on UTOPIA, off the coast of California and with that comes trouble. Magneto returns, causing more issues with the team. No one knows to trust him or to destroy him before he can make his move. With all the mutants of the world flocking to the Utopia some members of the X-Men have troubles coping with day to day life. Some manage, some leave the team for good. All the titles tie in to one another, but are telling different parts of the story, so they do not have to by crossed title wise to get the storyline.
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Read Order:
    Uncanny X-Men #515
    Uncanny X-Men #516
    Uncanny X-Men #517
    Uncanny X-Men #518
    Uncanny X-Men #519
    Uncanny X-Men #520
    Uncanny X-Men #521
    Uncanny X-Men #522
    Uncanny X-Men #523
    X-Men #228
    X-Men #229
    X-Men #230
    Nation X #1
    Nation X #2
    Nation X #3
    Nation X #4
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THE SECOND COMING
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Year of Release: 2010
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
Second Coming is final part of a trilogy of stories that began with Messiah Complex and continued in Messiah War. Intended as a conclusion to Cable's efforts to save Hope from Bishop, who has hunted the so called Mutant Messiah since her birth; the series also builds on the Utopia, Nation X and Necrosha storylines of 2009 in the X-Men books. Hope finally returns to the X-Men in Utopia in the beginnings of war. In the midst of the chaos there are battles to be fought elsewhere, like Limbo. The return of Hope brings heartache, death and the split of the X-Men and the mutants they protect.
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Read Order:
    X-Men Second Coming #1
    Uncanny X-Men #523
    New Mutants #12
    X-Men Legacy #235
    X-Force #26
    Revelations: X-Factor #204
    Uncanny X-Men #524
    New Mutants #13
    X-Men Legacy #236
    X-Force #27
    Revelations: X-Factor #205
    Revelations: Hellbound #1
    Revelations: Blind Science #1
    Uncanny X-Men #525
    New Mutants #14
    X-Men Legacy #237
    X-Force #28
    Revelations: X-Factor #206
    Revelations: Hellbound #2
    X-Men Second Coming Finale
    Revelations: Hellbound #3
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CURSE OF THE MUTANTS
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Year of Release: 2010
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
The arc centers around a human bomb exploding in San Francisco's Union Square, covering dozens (including Jubilee) in vampire-converting blood. It then becomes the mission of the X-Men to track down Dracula's son Xarus, now 'Lord of the Vampires', even if that means enlisting vampire-hunter Blade.
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Read Order:
    X-Men: Curse of the Mutants Saga
    Death of Dracula #1
    X-Men #1
    X-Men #2
    Namor the First Mutant #1
    X-Men: Curse of the Mutants - Blade #1
    X-Men: Curse of the Mutants - Storm and Gambit #1
    X-Men #3
    X-Men: Curse of the Mutants - X-Men vs. Vampires #1
    X-Men: Curse of the Mutants - Smoke and Blood #1
    Namor the First Mutant #2
    X-Men: Curse of the Mutants - X-Men vs. Vampires #2
    Namor the First Mutant #3
    X-Men #4
    X-Men #5
    X-Men: Curse Of The Mutants: Spotlight #1
    Namor the First Mutant #4
    X-Men #6
    Deadpool #30
    Deadpool #31
    X-Men #11
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SCHISM
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Year of Release: 2011
Crossover Reach: X-Titles
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Summary:
After Cyclops delivers a speech to the United Nations asking for all Sentinel programmes around the world to be decommissioned, the UN Building is attacked twice; once telepathically by Quentin Quire, and then by a small troop of Sentinels. The party responsible for this is 12 year-old prodigy Kade Kilgore, who had infiltrated Utopia to release Quire and used the time while the UN was being attacked to kill his father and usurp his position as CEO; as a result for these actions, the Hellfire Club welcomes him as their new Black King. Eventually, the super Sentinel threat forces them to stop fighting each other and join Hope and the other young mutants in the battle against the Sentinel, and the Sentinel is finally taken down. But the ideological differences between Cyclops and Wolverine makes Wolverine decide to leave Utopia and bring along whoever wants to come with him. Both men eventually start recruiting their teammates; some members of the X-Men leave with Wolverine, while part of the team stays in Utopia with Cyclops.
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Read Order:
    X-Men Legacy #258
    Prelude to Schism #2
    Prelude to Schism #3
    Prelude to Schism #4
    Schism #1
    Schism #2
    Schism #3
    Generation Hope #10
    Generation Hope #11
    Schism #4
    Schism #5
    X-Men: Regenesis
    Generation Hope #12
    X-Men Legacy #259
    X-Men Legacy #260
    Wolverine #17
    Wolverine #18
    Wolverine #19
    Wolverine #20
    Uncanny X-Men #1
    Wolverine and the X-Men #1
    Avengers Academy #22
    Avengers Academy #23
    X-Men Legacy #260.1
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COLLISION
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Year of Release: 2011
Crossover Reach: X-23 and Daken Titles
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Summary:
X-23 and Daken have both come to the island nation of Madripoor but each for very different reasons. Together with her traveling companion Gambit, X-23 has learned that Malcolm Colcord, a man directly responsible for horrific acts on mutants and indirectly responsible for her existence, has begun to recreate his Weapon X program on Madripoor. X-23 wants very much to prevent this. Unknown to her, her pseudo-relative Daken, the son of Wolverine, is behind Colcord’s operation and has recently taken control of Madripoor’s underworld. X-23 & Daken’s conflicting interests are certain to ensure a collision!
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Read Order:
    X-23 #8
    Daken: Dark Wolverine #8
    X-23 #9
    Daken: Dark Wolverine #9
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AGE OF X
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Year of Release: 2011
Crossover Reach: X-Men Legacy and New Mutants, touch of Marvelverse
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Summary:
It all starts in an alternate timeline, one where the enemies of mutants united far earlier than in the regular Marvel Universe. Because of this unified anti-mutant front, not only did the X-Men never form, but mutants as a whole became a rather endangered species. The character's personality and storylines are slightly different due to the fact that they never met Professor Xavier and have never known a world that excepts them as mutants.
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Read Order:
    Age of X: Alpha
    X-Men Legacy #245
    New Mutants #22
    X-Men Legacy #246
    New Mutants #23
    Age of X Universe #1
    X-Men Legacy #247
    New Mutants #24
    Age of X Universe #2
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AVENGERS VS X-MEN
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Year of Release: 2012
Crossover Reach: Marvelverse
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Summary:
It all starts in an alternate timeline, one where the enemies of mutants united far earlier than in the regular Marvel Universe. Because of this unified anti-mutant front, not only did the X-Men never form, but mutants as a whole became a rather endangered species. The character's personality and storylines are slightly different due to the fact that they never met Professor Xavier and have never known a world that excepts them as mutants.
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Read Order:
    Marvel Point One #0
    Avengers X-Sanction #1
    Avengers X-Sanction #2
    Avengers X-Sanction #3
    Avengers X-Sanction #4
    Avengers #24.1
    Avengers vs. X-Men #0
    Avengers vs. X-Men #1
    Wolverine and the X-Men #9
    New Avengers #24
    Avengers vs. X-Men #2
    Avengers #25
    AvX: Versus #1
    Uncanny X-Men #11
    Avengers vs. X-Men #3
    Avengers Academy #29
    Avengers Academy #30
    Avengers Academy #31
    Wolverine and the X-Men #10
    X-Men Legacy #266
    X-Men Legacy #267
    Secret Avengers #26
    Secret Avengers #27
    Secret Avengers #28
    Avengers #26
    Avengers #27
    Avengers vs. X-Men #4
    AvX: Versus #2
    Uncanny X-Men #12
    Wolverine and the X-Men #11
    Avengers vs. X-Men #5
    Uncanny X-Men #13
    AvX: Versus #3
    X-Men Legacy #268
    Avengers Academy #32
    Avengers Academy #33
    Uncanny X-Men #14
    Avengers vs. X-Men #6
    New Avengers #25
    New Avengers #26
    Avengers #28
    Uncanny X-Men #15
    Uncanny X-Men #16
    Uncanny X-Men #17
    Avengers vs. X-Men #7
    AvX: Versus #4
    New Avengers #28
    New Avengers #29
    Avengers #29
    Wolverine and the X-Men #12
    Wolverine and the X-Men #13
    Avengers vs. X-Men #8
    New Avengers #27
    X-Men Legacy #269
    X-Men Legacy #270
    Wolverine and the X-Men #14
    Avengers vs X-Men #9
    Avengers vs X-Men #10
    Wolverine and the X-Men #15
    Wolverine and the X-Men #16
    Avengers vs X-Men #11
    Uncanny X-Men #18
    Avengers vs X-Men #12
    Uncanny X-Men #19
    Avengers vs X-Men Versus #6
    New Avengers #30
    Avengers #30
    Wolverine and the X-Men #18
    Uncanny X-Men #20
    AvX: Consequences #1
    AvX: Consequences #2
    AvX: Consequences #3
    AvX: Consequences #4
    AvX: Consequences #5
    AvX: A-Babies vs X-Babies #1
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SPIDER ISLAND
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Year of Release: 2013
Crossover Reach: Marvelverse
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Summary:
All the people in Manhattan gained Spider-man's abilities, however not all have been taught with great power comes with great responsibility. Can Spider-man keep the peace or will havoc ensue?
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Read Order:
    Spider-Island Spotlight #1
    Spider-Island Daily Bugle #1
    Amazing Spider-Man #666
    Amazing Spider-Man #667
    Spider-Island: Cloak & Dagger #1
    Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1
    Amazing Spider-Man #668
    Spider-Island: Deadly Foes #1
    Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl #1
    Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl #2
    Venom Vol 2 #6
    Amazing Spider-Man: Infested #1
    Spider-Island: I Love New York City #1
    Spider-Island: Emergence of Evil - Jackal & Hobgoblin #1
    Amazing Spider-Man #669
    Spider-Island: Cloak & Dagger #2
    Spider-Island: Cloak & Dagger #3
    Spider-Island: Avengers #1
    Black Panther: The Most Dangerous Man Alive #524
    Herc #7
    Herc #8
    Spider-Island: Spider-Woman #1
    Amazing Spider-Man #670 Venom Vol 2 #7
    Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #2
    Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #3
    Spider-Island: Heroes for Hire #1
    Amazing Spider-Man #671
    Venom Vol 2 #8
    Amazing Spider-Man #672
    Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl #3
    Amazing Spider-Man #673
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X-TERMINATION
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Year of Release: 2013
Crossover Reach: X-Men
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Summary:
The Age of Apocalypse's Nightcrawler wants to get home and he doesn't care whether he destroys our world to get there. After betraying X-Force, Wolverine calls in his street team (The Astonishing X-Men) to stop him. Nightcrawler along with Dark Beast uses the Dreaming Celestial to open a portal back to their universe. Meanwhile, Dazzler's X-Treme X-Men scramble to repair a tear between dimensions that was caused by the evil Xaviers and Nightcrawler's own actions. As the multiverse is slowly consumed, no one is safe, and the heroes must split up to fight a war in two universes. As the rift continues widening, the only chance is to step into the void and sacrifice one universe.
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Read Order:
    Age of Apocalypse #13
    X-Treme X-Men #12
    X-Termination #1
    Astonishing X-Men #60
    Age of Apocalypse #14
    X-Treme X-Men #13
    Astonishing X-Men #61
    X-Termination #2
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