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A powerhouse collection of the most popular heroes drawn by one of the decade's most popular artists! From John Byrne to Marc Silvestri, from John Romita Jr. to Jim Lee, many creators have leapt into the spotlight with their work on Uncanny X-Men. Following this path to success, Joe Madureira exploded onto the scene in 1994, with a look heavily influenced by the Japanese manga style. Fans immediately responded to this newcomer's clean yet turbo-charged look at Marvel's mutant heroes. Collected here are some of the finest examples of his innovative work, as the Children of the Atom race from the Morlock Tunnels to Hong Kong to outer space on their never-ending fight for peace. Includes Uncanny X-Men #325 (guest-starring Callisto and Spider-Man), #329-330 (the martial arts masterpiece entitled 'The Quest of the Crimson Dawn'), #341-343 (featuring the Shi'Ar and the parasitic Phalanx) and the double-sized 350th issue, featuring the infamous 'Trial of Gambit!' Collects Uncanny X-Men #325-326, 328-330, 340-343, 345, and 350.

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