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Generation X #85 (Tolibao Lenticular Variant Leg)

Marvel: December 20, 2017   Writer: Christina Strain   Art: Amilcar Pinna   Cover: Harvey Tolibao  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 75960608815708521   Diamond ID: OCT170854   GCIN: 984317

OG Gen X Part 1 You've been asking for it! You've been waiting for it! And now it's here?the original Generation X is back! But this is no happy reunion for any of them. Their former teammate Monet is now bonded to her brother, the vampiric mutant called Emplate. Will Jubilee, Chamber, and Husk be able to save Monet? Or is she forever lost to her brother's curse? Rated T+

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