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Xavier is working with the Juggernaut unconscious in the basement of his mansion, but something goes wrong and the evil brother awakes, putting Xavier now unconscious.

Meanwhile, the X-Men are at Iceman's 18th birthday party, with Zelda, Vera and Candy Southern, at Cafe-a-Go-Go. The X-Men still had not revealed his secret identity to the girls, and they hid their secret identities as the X-Men when the party was crashed by Satan's Saints, a motorcycle group. Through a series of clever antics, the young mutants managed to put an end to the fight while retaining their mutant abilities a secret. Candy was impressed with their cunning, and didn't suspect them.

When the X-Men come back home, they doesn't find Xavier, and go look for him in the basement. After that the Juggernaut appears and attacks them. Juggernaut defeat every X-Man, but suddenly a strange voice tells the Juggernaut to forget Xavier, calling itself Factor Three, an organization from Europe that wants his help. Then, Juggernaut goes to Europe and leaves the unconscious X-Men behind.

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All Righty Then! 0

Now, we're talking. True, Thomas does spoil the ending with the magic voice of Factor Three convincing the Juggernaut to give up his plans, but the issue is quite enjoyable for most of its duration. Thomas does try to spoil the very beginning with a note "hey, this is a two-parter," but the character moments for the first half of the story overcome the still-lingering lack of interest in the seriousness of the series. We get treated to the X-Men working together, finally, to stop a ludicrous ban...

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Brother's Keeper 0

To paraphrase an old song by Oingo Boingo: "It's an Iceman's party, who could ask for more"? Well this issue presents a memorable birthday party and so much more. Almost the entire supporting cast makes an appearance (minus Ted Roberts), the Scott-Jean relationship reaches a critical point, readers get a closer look at the psychology of Professor X and a classic villain gets an upgrade. The only real problem is a finale which makes no sense whatsoever.   To begin with, the issue features two sub...

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