Appearing in "X-Cutioner's Song part 4: Jacklighting"
- Valerie Cooper
- Professor (Ship)
- Mr. Sinister
- Horsemen of Apocalypse
- Mutant Liberation Front
- Marvel Universe
- X-Men Blackbird
- SHIELD IPAC Unit
Synopsis for "X-Cutioner's Song part 4: Jacklighting"
In west Texas, X-Force is in a standoff with X-Factor and the X-Men’s Blue Team. Feral jumps the gun and attacks, starting a fight. Cannonball hits Havok, and Rictor fends off Wolfsbane, but Rogue knocks out Boom-Boom, and Strong Guy overpowers Warpath. Just as Cannonball orders X-Force to retreat, Havok takes down Rictor. As X-Factor and the other X-Men regroup, Wolverine chases the rest of X-Force into some woods. In Virginia, Beast, Quicksilver, and the X-Men’s Gold Team track the Horsemen to a warehouse and defeat them. This triggers a hologram of Mr. Sinister admitting to the abduction of Cyclops and Jean Grey. At Xavier’s School, Bishop shoots Sinister in the head, but the villain still subdues him. Before leaving, Sinister gives Val Cooper a photo of the real mastermind behind the attacks on the X-Men. At a safehouse in Switzerland, Cable arms himself as the Professor updates him on the teams’ activities. Cable realizes who is behind everything and leaves to confront him. In a Mutant Liberation Front base, Zero wakes up Cyclops and Jean Grey, and Stryfe introduces himself. Back in Texas, Psylocke telepathically knocks out Siryn, and Wolverine takes Feral hostage. Surrounded by X-Factor and the X-Men, Cannonball and Sunspot surrender. Havok reluctantly puts Cannonball in shackles.
- This issue is part four of the 12-part "X-Cutioner's Song" crossover with Uncanny X-Men, X-Factor, and X-Men. The story continues from X-Men Vol 2 #14 and continues in Uncanny X-Men #295.
- This issue came polybagged with a X-Cutioner's Song trading card featuring Cable drawn by Greg Capullo and Al Milgrom.
- This issue is reprinted in:
- X-Men: X-Cutioner's Song trade paperback (1994);
- X-Men: X-Cutioner's Song hardcover (2011);
- X-Men Milestones: X-Cutioner's Song trade paperback (2019);
- X-Force Epic Collection vol. 2: X-Cutioner's Song trade paperback (2020).
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Links and References
- X-Force at Wikipedia
- X-Force at Marvel Subscriptions
- X-Force series index at Comicbookdb.com
- X-Force series index at Uncanny X-Men.net
- X-Force series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- The Unofficial Handbook of Marvel Comics Creators - accessed on 06/06/2010