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The X-Men split up last issue. Before they go across the country, Iceman and Beast go out with Vera and Zelda to the theatre to watch Maha Yogi, a magician. Inside the theatre, Maha Yogi hypnotized the crowd and everyone then becomes a human bomb.

When the two X-Men see Maha Yogi, they recognize him as the Warlock, and manage to escape his mental commands. They stun the magician and everyone is released from his mental prison, and starts to cheer up for the X-Men. After they defeat Maha Yogi, Bobby and Hank finally end up with the girls at the Coffe-a-Go-Go.

Second Story: "I, the Iceman" - it's a review on Iceman's powers and on what he is able to do.

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"I must flee this madness" 0

Oh, so that's why the series was cancelled. After Friedrich did a decent job last issue forcing the X-Men to confront Juggernaut alone and deal with breaking up, he follows it up with a real dud. I hesitate to call it as bad as the Mekano or Spidey issue, since it's still early into his run as a writer, and Thomas pulled those out after several issues' experience. It starts out with an almost promising premise: Hank and Bobby are trying to find solace with their girls, in the wake of their recen...

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