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In part 3 of this 4 issue limited series, the X-Men and their allies are once again forced to confront their inner demons, come to terms with unresolved issues, and prove themselves not only capable of surviving in a world where they are the minority, but of defending it, as well.

In "Unresolved Issues" Armor confronts Danger regarding the role she played in the suicide of her teammate, Wing, and is stunned to learn that revenge is never quite as easy as it seems.

In "Big Boy Pants", Magik teaches Anole a lesson about getting too big for his britches when the X-Men gather to grow their own food on Utopia.

In "Boxes", Madison Jeffries recalls his last days spent with estranged wife Diamond Lil, and contemplates what he must do to cope in an increasingly hostile and inhospitable world.

Finally, in " Cannonball", the titular character practices honing his powers with Surge and Magma, and garners unwanted attention from the United States Air Force. What follows is a lesson in tolerance between humanity and mutantkind.

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Big Boy Pants Kids! What are you going to do with them? You can't really teleport them to a nightmarish pocket dimension when they misbehave. Oh, wait! That's exactly what Magik does when Anole complains how farming work is beneath the mutant race. Victor obviously was not aware that Illyana spent the first part of her life on a farm in Siberia. For five days, Magik leaves Anole in Limbo to contemplate his statement alone, while mere mo...

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