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Marvel's celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Age of Apocalypse begins here! Many of the creators involved in the original Age of Apocalypse event return for this special double-sized issue, including a special pin-up section! Join us as we revisit the AoA world with four original stories featuring characters you know and love. Discover the origin of Generation Next! Witness the first meeting of Sabretooth and Wild Child! Behold Weapon X's first run-in with Mariko Yashida in Japan! And you won't believe how the AoA world survived the nuclear holocaust that threatened it! Features a special wraparound cover by Bryan Hitch!

X-Men: Age of Apocalypse is a collection of four 8-paged stories, including: Talking About My Generation, Man Bites Dog, Shinjuku Incident, Beginning at the End.

Talking About My Generation

Colossus has a crisis of confidence in the midst of battle and can't be bothered to continue fighting. So Magneto asks if he would like to be a trainer instead. and thats it... at the end, holograms of Generation Next children are shown.

Man Bites Dog

Sabretooth and Wild Child meet for the first time and establish a relationship.

Shinjuku Incident

Wolverine meets Japanese teenage rebel Mariko Yashida in Japan. Then the Silver Samurai appears to express how irritated he is...

Beginning at the End

Magneto claims credit of stopping a nuclear bomb, but in fact something else did.

Pin-up Gallery at the back that features the art of: Adam Kubert, Andy Kubert, Tony Daniel and Roger Cruz.

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