Appearing in "Ghosts!"Edit
- Unnamed NY cab driver
- George & an unnamed oil rig worker
- Officer Higgins & unnamed citizens of Anchorage
- North Star Airways employees
- Havok (Only in flashback)
- Andrew Blanding (Only in flashback) (Unnamed)
- Joanna Blanding (Only in flashback) (Unnamed)
- Madelyne Pryor (In an illusion or vision)
- Phoenix / Dark Phoenix (In an illusion or vision)
- Nathan Summers (In an illusion or vision)
- Worthington Industries (Mentioned)
- New York
- Bering Strait
- Scott & Madelyne's house
- Starcore 1 space shuttle - (In a photograph only)
- Madelyne Pryor's 747 - (In a photograph only)
Synopsis for "Ghosts!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- For why Master Mold was in space, see Incredible Hulk Annual #7. For what Master Mold's return means to mutants everywhere, Uncanny X-Men #246 and Uncanny X-Men #247 might shed some light on that subject.
- This issue is reprinted in other comics and books, see references for more info.
- Jean Grey gets accused of having her mutant power be causing men to fall in love with her. And its true! Ok, not really, but it might as well be. (It was also implied before in X-Men #57, in the secondary story, though never outright stated).
- This issue is one of the first times a mutant (Cyclops in this case) is referred to as one of the 'Twelve'. Possibly a foreshadowing to a future storyline played out in the event, Apocalypse: The Twelve.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- X-Factor at Wikipedia
- X-Factor at Marvel Subscriptions
- X-Factor series index at Comicbookdb.com
- X-Factor series index at Uncanny X-Men.net
- X-Factor series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- The Unofficial Handbook of Marvel Comics Creators - accessed on 09/15/2010
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