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Generation X (1994) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Generation X (1994) 1

    Chromium cover. Scott Lobdell script. Chris Bachalo art. Mark Buckingham inks. This issue kicks off a brand new generation of X-Men: Husk, Jubilee, M, Chamber, Skin, Penance, Synch, and Mondo led by Banshee and White Queen. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2D
    Generation X (1994) 2D

    A mysterious mutant called Penance debuts, but is she friend or foe? After arriving to attend the school, Penance lashes out at Generation X. The new classmate may well be their greatest enemy! Written by Scott Lobdell. Art and cover by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2N
    Generation X (1994) 2N

    Should Not Say DELUXE Under issue number. A mysterious mutant called Penance debuts, but is she friend or foe? After arriving to attend the school, Penance lashes out at Generation X. The new classmate may well be their greatest enemy! Written by Scott Lobdell. Art and cover by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3D
    Generation X (1994) 3D

    Generation X's battle with Penance concludes! Now, the team must decide whether or not they should let her join the team. Meanwhile, one of the X-Men's greatest foes makes an unexpected appearance. Written by Scott Lobdell. Art and cover by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #3N
    Generation X (1994) 3N

    Generation X's battle with Penance concludes! Now, the team must decide whether or not they should let her join the team. Meanwhile, one of the X-Men's greatest foes makes an unexpected appearance. Written by Scott Lobdell. Art and cover by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4D
    Generation X (1994) 4D

    Holiday Spectacular issue. M's in trouble with the law, Chamber finds a butterfly, Banshee's in a load of trouble, and Skin, Synch and Jubilee are disgruntled and squished. Plus, Generation X confronts two of the X-Men's oldest villains, Nanny and the Orphan Maker! Written by Scott Lobdell. Art by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4N
    Generation X (1994) 4N

    Holiday Spectacular issue. M's in trouble with the law, Chamber finds a butterfly, Banshee's in a load of trouble, and Skin, Synch and Jubilee are disgruntled and squished. Plus, Generation X confronts two of the X-Men's oldest villains, Nanny and the Orphan Maker! Written by Scott Lobdell. Art by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Generation X (1994) 5

    Jubilee and Synch take on the genetic nightmare known as Hemingway in "Don't Touch That Dial!" Part 1 of 2, continued next issue. Also featuring Banshee, Skin, Monet, Penance, Paige Guthrie, plus a cameo by the Thing. Script by Scott Lobdell, art & cover by Chris Bachalo & Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    Generation X (1994) 6

    The White Queen is held captive by Marrow & Hemingway, but Synch, Jubilee & Skin are on her trail in "Notes From the Underground." Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Also featuring Leech, Paige Guthrie, Monet, plus Wolverine and Professor X. Script by Scott Lobdell, art & cover by Chris Bachalo & Mark Buckingham. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Generation X (1994) 7

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham. Nights And Bolts, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Roger Cruz, inks by Mark Buckingham; Chamber has accidentally blown up the girl's dorm but refuses to tell anyone that it happened because Paige tried to kiss him; Emma and Sean try to cope with living in close quarters while repairs are underway; Synch and Skin build Artie and Leech a tree house in the Danger Grotto; Banshee gets a frantic call from Scotland telling him that his ancestral castle has disappeared. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Generation X (1994) 8

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham. What Happened To Cassidy Keep?!, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Roger Cruz, inks by Mark Buckingham and Al Milgrom; Generation X is off to Scotland as Cassidy Keep has disappeared and the team travels to a fairy dimension to try and bring it back; Unfortunately, dragons, trolls and fairies in trouble hamper their progress. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    Generation X (1994) 9

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. Someplace Other Than Here, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Mark Buckingham and Al Milgrom; In an alternate dimension, Generation X has to help the fairies repair their Glamour Machine to save their realm and they have to do it in time to return to Cassidy Keep before it reverts back to its proper place on earth. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Generation X (1994) 10

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. Death Wail, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Mark Buckingham, Al Milgrom, Mark Pennington, and Jim Fern; The Gen kids are in the midst of celebrating Mondo's joining the team when M discovers Banshee lying at death's door; Emma enters Banshee's psyche to help him stay alive and experiences one of his old adventures in which he encountered Magneto; The kids are chasing down the killer and run smack into the coils of Omega Red. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Generation X (1994) 11

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. Death Wail, script by Scott Lobdell (plot and script) and Todd Dezago (script), pencils by Val Semeiks [misspelled Semekis], inks by Al Milgrom and Andy Lanning; With the rest of the team out for the count, Chamber has to take on Omega Red alone. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Generation X (1994) 12

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. The Return Of Emplate, script by Scott Lobdell (plot) and Todd Dezago (script), pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Mark Buckingham, Al Milgrom, Joe Rubinstein, Mark Morales, and Mike Sellers; The Gen X kids head into Boston for a little down time but are picked off one by one by agents sent by Emplate; M returns to Xavier's school alone and discovers the rest of the team have all been captured by the villain. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    Generation X (1994) 13

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. It's All Relative, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Mark Buckingham; Emplate has captured every member of Generation X except for M and the rest of the team is shocked to learn that she is the villain's sister; M runs the length and breadth of Xavier's school trying to elude Emplate's allies as she tries to figure out a way to get the team some help; As she is being assaulted by the gaseous Vincente, Bishop shows up to provide a helping hand (and gun). 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #14
    Generation X (1994) 14

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo. Jubilee's Top Ten Reasons Why Emplate Is A Loser!, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Pascual Ferry, inks by Mark Buckingham; Emplate has captured most of Generation X and Jubilee taunts him into feeding off of her as her powers have become unstable and Emplate ends up shooting off enough fireworks to free his captives; Bishop helps the kids drive off Emplate's allies but the villain himself sticks around to collect Penance; Instead of returning into his fold, however, Penance attacks Emplate and he leaves with his feelings hurt; The team realizes that Synch is no longer with them and is probably under Emplate's control. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #15
    Generation X (1994) 15
    Published May 1996 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Joe Madureira, inks by Tim Townsend. Death In The Family, script by Scott Lobdell (plot) and Todd Dezago (script), pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Al Milgrom; Synch has fallen under the evil influence of Emplate and his parents awaken in their St. Louis home to find him menacing their foster child; Banshee, Emma, M, Husk and Jubilee arrive to bring their teammate in but find he isn't going to go out without a really big fight; Meanwhile, back at the school, Chamber begins to have physical problems after his recent encounter with Onslaught. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #16
    Generation X (1994) 16

    Cover pencils by Joe Madureira. Out of Sync!, script by Scott Lobdell (plot) and Todd Dezago (script), pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Al Milgrom; Synch, under the control of Emplate, shows no mercy as he attacks his teammates in Generation X; M offers to let Synch synch with her biometric signature to utilize her powers and, as Emplate is her brother, it somehow snaps Everett out from under the villain's control; Back at the school, Chamber's condition is rapidly deteriorating after an encounter with Onslaught and Skin decides to take him to Professor X for help; The pair don't get very far before they are attacked by the X-Cutioner. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #17
    Generation X (1994) 17

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham. The Teeth Of Our Skin, script by Scott Lobdell and Stan Lee, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham; Stan Lee, acting as ringmaster, hosts a very special battle between Skin and the X-Cutioner; You see, X-Cutioner thinks that Skin killed a boy named Angelo Espinosa but, what he doesn't realize, is that Skin actually IS Angelo Espinosa. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #18
    Generation X (1994) 18
    Tags: Onslaught (part 8)
    Published August 1996 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham. For The Sake Of The Children, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham; Most of Gen X are on a plane flying home from St. Louis when the super heroic battle with Onslaught going on in New York begins to effect Emma mentally; She telepathically causes Banshee to jump out of the plane at 30,000 feet and wings the kids up to a home she has in Canada where they will be safe from the current mutant madness; Unaware of the big picture and worried about Banshee, the kids strongly protest their change in itinerary but Emma counters their attack and makes them mentally accept what is going on. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #19
    Generation X (1994) 19
    Tags: Onslaught (part 21)
    Published September 1996 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham. Don't Wait Up..., script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham; Mentally effected by the distant war being waged with Onslaught, Emma has brought Jubes, M, Synch and Husk to her Canadian home for their safety and is playing den mother to the kids; Unfortunately, the Toad has been crashing at the place and tries to assert his authority as ruler of the roost; Banshee gets Sasquatch to help him track down Emma and the kids but they arrive after the fireworks (and mind control episode) have already concluded. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #20
    Generation X (1994) 20

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham. Bodies In Motion, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham; Back at school after stops in St. Louis and Canada and with the threat of Onslaught over, Generation X takes a little down time and enjoys a picnic in the Danger Grotto; All, that is, except for Skin and Chamber who are still on the road and hitch a lift from Howard the Duck; Franklin Richards is brought to stay with the team after the disapperance of his parents; Bastion begins investigating the Gen X kids. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #21
    Generation X (1994) 21

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Joe Pimentel. To Live And Die And Molt In L.A., script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Joe Pimentel; Beast arrives at Xavier's school to administer tests to the students and M blanks out during the exercise; Beast tells Sean and Emma that he believes this is because M is autistic; On the road in L.A., Chamber and Howard the Duck keep the Torres gang busy (read: bar fight) so that Skin can take care of a little family business. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #22
    Generation X (1994) 22

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Mark Buckingham. All Hallow's Eve, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Al Vey and Scott Hanna; Banshee and Husk take Franklin, Artie and Leech to the Halloween parade in Rutland, Vermont; Chamber, M, Jubilee and Skin scare away pranksters intent on egging the school; Nightmare solicits help from Emma in protecting his realm from an intruder and shows her a scary vision of the near future when she refuses. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #23
    Generation X (1994) 23

    Cover pencils by Adam Pollina. For All This...We Give Thanks, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Mitch Byrd, inks by Jason Martin and Karl Story; Chamber travels to Kentucky with Paige to spend Thanksgiving with her family but the pair end up fighting rather than growing closer; Banshee prepares to take M in to be tested for autism but backs down when she pitches a fit and cries; Artie, Leech and Franklin introduce Howard the Duck to the alien living in the Danger Grotto. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #24
    Generation X (1994) 24

    Cover pencils by Adam Pollina, inks by Art Thibert. Home for the Holidays, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Rick Leonardi (p. 1-11, 16-24) and Mitch Byrd (p. 12-15), inks by Bud Larosa (p. 1-11, 16-24) and Jason Martin (p. 12-15); The Gen X girls are at M's home in Monaco on Christmas Eve sharing the stories of how their powers manifested for the first time when M's brother, Emplate, stops by for a chat with his sister. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #25
    Generation X (1994) 25

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Al Vey. Chapter One: The End; Banshee is attacked by a monstrous version of Mondo who is under the control of Black Tom Cassidy. Chapter Two: Behind the Eight Ball; Emma returns to Xavier's school to find the whole place filled with mutated plants and is confronted by Black Tom who tells her that he has taken over the school. Chapter Three: Cutting to the Chase. Chapter Four: Putting Out the Fire. Chapter Five: The Great Escape. Chapter Six: Point Of No Return. Chapter Seven: Enemy Mine. Chapter Eight: Duel. Chapter Nine: Splitting Heirs. Epilogue: On Land Or Sea Or Foam... Scripting by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Al Vey and Scott Hanna. Spotlight on Excalibur #106 and Daredevil/Batman. Promo for the new Ka-Zar series, script by Rob Piotrowski, pencils by Andy Kubert, inks by Jesse Delperdang. 52 pgs. $2.99. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #26
    Generation X (1994) 26

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. Adrift, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Joe Bennett, inks by Joe Pimentel; Most of the Gen X kids are floating on a small bio-organic platform in the middle of the ocean with no land or rescue in sight; They try to endure the ravages of the sea and the sun without totally freaking out; Sean mourns the death of Emma (Black Tom forced him to kill her last issue) but is ecstatic to learn that she merely faked her demise; They try to figure out where the kids have gone; Jubilee tries to escape from Bastion and Operation Zero Tolerance but fails. Full page correction of two panels from last issue, one missing a word balloon and one missing art. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #27
    Generation X (1994) 27
    Published May 1997 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. The Last X Man, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo and Pop Mhan, inks by Al Vey and Scott Hanna; Bastion attempts to persuade Jubilee to tell him all about the X-Men by trying to make her believe that he has killed them; Jubes sniffs out his ruse and continues to defy her captor; Banshee figures out where Black Tom sent the Gen X kids. Cookin' With Jubilee, script and art by Jim Mahfood; Jubilee teaches the team how to cook pancakes. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #28
    Generation X (1994) 28

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Tim Townsend. Oh, Now I Get It..., script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Al Vey; Glorian has arrived to help out the marooned Gen X kids by raising a sunken cruise ship from the ocean floor and making them experience their fondest wishes through his illusionary powers; Skin, however, refuses to play his game and an infuriated Glorian fulfills Skin's fondest wish literally--by sending the team to Skin's home on the mean streets of L.A. Ye Double Feature, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Paul Neary; Banshee and Emma fly to the former site of the living island of Krakoa fully expecting to find the missing Generation X but all they discover once they get there is the empty husk of a floating cruise ship; The kids are already gone; At Operation Zero Tolerance, Jubilee attacks Daria with devastating results. 44 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #29
    Generation X (1994) 29

    Cover pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Al Vey. No Surrender, script by James Robinson, pencils by Chris Bachalo and Pop Mhan, inks by Al Vey, Eric Cannon. Tim Townsend, and Al Milgrom; The Gen X kids are in L.A. trying to duck Operation Zero Tolerance and Skin turns to his old enemy Tores for help; Instead, she turns them in and the team has to flee for their lives from Prime Sentinels; Banshee and Emma are still trying to track down Generation X and end up in her Miami safe house; They are contacted by Emplate who promises to tell them the whereabouts of the kids if they will give him Penance in exchange. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #30
    Generation X (1994) 30

    Cover art by Chris Bachalo. Some Things Hurt More Than Cars And Girls, script by James Robinson, pencils by Chris Bachalo, inks by Al Vey and Eric Cannon; Emplate has appeared to Banshee and Emma and promised to lead them to the Gen X kids if they will give him Penance in return; Emma knocks Banshee out and takes the deal; Out in L.A., Skin's old gang rival, Tores, helps the team hide out from the Prime Sentinels who are hunting them; Finding that she might be a mutant herself, Daria tries to help Jubilee escape from Operation Zero Tolerance. This story is part of the 'Operation: Zero Tolerance' crossover. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #31
    Generation X (1994) 31

    Gatefold Marvel Universe Guide front cover art by Chris Bachalo. Rites of Passage, script by James Robinson, art by Chris Bachalo; Generation X and Tores fight off the Prime Sentinels; Thinking Emma is going to deliver Penance to Emplate, Banshee knocks her out; When she wakes up, she tries to explain it was all a trick but Banshee flies off, believing she has shown her true villanious colors; Daria helps Jubilee escape from Bastion and Operation Zero Tolerance; Synch digs M out of the rubble after the battle with the Sentinels and discovers she has split into two little girls. This story is part of the 'Operation: Zero Tolerance' crossover. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #32
    Generation X (1994) 32

    Gatefold Marvel Universe Guide front cover, pencils by Humberto Ramos, inks by Scott Hanna. A Day At The Circus!, script by Tom DeFalco, pencils by Mark Buckingham, inks by Al Vey, Jon Holdredge, and Scott Hanna; Banshee travels to Muir Isle to see if Moira can discover why M has split into two twin girls; In order to try and relax after their recent battles with Operation Zero Tolerance, Paige drags the Gen X kids to the circus; And, seriously, does anyone in the Marvel Universe go to ANY other circus than the Circus of Crime. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #33
    Generation X (1994) 33

    Gatefold Marvel Universe Guide front cover, pencils by Joe Madureira. Thieves In The Night, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Steve Harris, inks by Scott Hanna; After Emma burns the tuna casserole, she takes the kids into town for some dinner; While they are gone, a pair of kids break into the school and rob the place; Emplate and D.O.A. open a dimensional doorway and meet Chimera. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #34
    Generation X (1994) 34

    Cover pencils by Jason Johnson, inks by Edwin Rosell; Banshee returns to Xavier's and gets a frosty reception from Emma; Jubilee, Paige and Angelo get their stuff back from the girl who stole it but have to tell her some of their secrets in exchange; Chimera opens a portal to the school and leads Emplate and the Plasma Wraiths through; The M twins change back into Monet who then combines with her brother, Emplate, to become one being. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #35
    Generation X (1994) 35

    Cover art by Jason Pearson. Pool Of Tears, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Jason Johnson, inks by Edwin Rosell, Sean Parsons, and Vince Russell; Jubes, Skin and Husk bring a young blackmailing thief home to the school with the them but find they have to keep her from witnessing the huge mutant battle going on inside; Generation X battles Chimera and her Plasma Wraiths along with M-Plate, a combination of M and her brother, Emplate; While the team experiences weird dimensional illusions, the villains snag Synch and take off. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #36
    Generation X (1994) 36

    Cover art by Jason Pearson. Strange Doings, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Andy Smith, inks by Walden Wong; Generation X frantically searches the Danger Grotto looking for a missing local girl who has been abducted by the mystic Token; Jubilee and Chamber run into the Pooka creature, Elwood, who diverts them from their task to go and look for Synch; The rest of the team encounters the mutant rat, Dirt Nap, who opens a dimensional door for them so that they, too, can find their missing teammate; Synch has been trapped by Chimera and M-Plate and is in a parallel reality being taken to something called the Citadel of the Universal Amalgamator. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #37
    Generation X (1994) 37

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. In Dark Woods, The Right Road Lost, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Andy Smith, inks by Sean Parsons; Jubilee and Chamber are in an alternate dimension looking for Synch while being guided by the Pooka, Elwood; Banshee, Husk and Penance are in another spot of the same dimension for the very same reason being guided by the mutant rat, Dirt Nap, and find a train to ride; Synch is trapped and has been brought to the Citadel of the Universal Amalgamator where M-Plate plans on forcing him to use his mutant power to combine the consciousness of every being in the universe into one; Back home in the Danger Grotto, Emma and Skin appease the Token and find the mystic creature having a tea party with Artie, Leech and the missing local girl. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #38
    Generation X (1994) 38
    Published May 1998 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Mystery Train, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; Banshee, Husk and Penance are rocketing along on an interdimensional train looking for Synch when they are reunited with Chamber and Jubilee; The team takes the train to the Citadel of the Universal Amalgamator where M-Plate is trying to force Synch to use his mutant powers to activate the machine; Once Synch's friends arrive, M-Plate uses them as pawns in her game; Just as Synch is on the point of doing the deed to save his friends, the mutant rat, Dirt Nap, leaps down and swallows M-Plate. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #39
    Generation X (1994) 39

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Return From Forever, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Terry Dodson and Dan Lawlis, inks by Rachel Dodson and Jon Holdredge; In a crazy alternate dimension, the mutant rat, Dirt Nap, has swallowed M-Plate but cannot digest the villain and, as he explodes from his mutant lunch, Emplate and the M Twins emerge, separated once again; The twins reveal that during the time they were merged with their brother, they learned what happened to the real M; Generation X battles Emplate but damage the Universal Amalgamator during the fight; With reality crumbling around them, the team jumps the train back to their home dimension but Synch and Penance miss their ride as they are trying to save the girl, Gaia, who is chained in service to the Amalgamator; The pair rescue Gaia and are able to find their own doorway home but Synch gets beaten up by two goons waiting on the other side. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #40
    Generation X (1994) 40

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Pride & Penance!, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; Synch is in a deep coma after taking a bad beating from two local thugs but his mutant power begins to synch with his teammates and snaps him out of it; After returning to the school, the M Twins explain their origins (hold on, kids, this gets tricky); In the past, Emplate approached his perfect sister, Monet, and asked her to take part in his world ruling schemes; Monet laughed him off; To teach her a lesson in humility, Emplate transformed her into the creature we know as Penance; Emplate and Monet's twin sisters sent him to an alternate dimension for his actions and Penance followed; Mourning the loss of their sister and in an effort to keep her close, the twins merged into one being that looked exactly like Monet. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #41
    Generation X (1994) 41

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Massachusetts Chain Saw Massacre, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Alé Garza, inks by Caleb Salstrom [as Cabin Boy]; The Gen X kids spend a quiet evening at home eating popcorn and watching slasher flicks; Jubilee falls asleep and finds herself menaced by old super villains dressed as horror movie characters. The story contains references and homages to a number of slasher-horror movies. Including Leatherface from the movie Texas Chainsaw Massacre. There is a movie still of Kane Hodder from the movie Friday the 13th Part 7. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #42
    Generation X (1994) 42

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. She Came From The Stars, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; Generation X is in the middle of a rousing round of miniature golf when a fight on the psychic plane between Psylocke and Ananasi turns off the mental powers of everyone on earth; Since Chamber communicates telepathically, this puts a serious crimp in his conversational skills; On the ride home, the team finds Gaia, the girl Synch saved from the Universal Amalgamator and has been obsessing about every since; Bianca gets closer to a confrontation with Emma. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #43
    Generation X (1994) 43

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. An Eye For An Eye, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; With both Chamber and Emma affected by the loss of all psychic powers on earth, Banshee decides to turn this situation into a little object lesson for the team; Emma is only more than happy to assist by trouncing Sean soundly; She then takes on and handily defeats old business rival turned interstellar bad girl, Bianca LaNeige, while the Gen X kids take on Bianca's cadre of alien dwarves. 46 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #44
    Generation X (1994) 44

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Comings & Goings, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; Bianca and her dwarves are put to work repairing the Danger Grotto which they damaged during battle with Generation X; Banshee has a visit with his daughter, Siryn; Synch does a very kind thing for the two goons who beat him so badly they put him in a coma; Husk and Chamber say their goodbyes as Paige is going home to take care of her sick mother; Emma feels her powers starting to return; Artie and Leech frantically let the team know that the entire Danger Grotto has up and disappeared. 46 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #45
    Generation X (1994) 45

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Lost & Found, script by Jay Faerber, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; Emma and Chamber get their psychic powers back; Gaia officially enrolls at the school; Emma tells the kids to prepare for some big changes. 46 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #46
    Generation X (1994) 46

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. The Quality Of Mercy, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Aaron Lopresti, inks by Walden Wong; To prepare for a visit from a member of the state educational standards board, the Gen X kids return to normal classes complete with new school uniforms; When their visitor has a heart attack during her visit, the team works as a well-oiled machine to get her to the hospital safely. 46 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #47
    Generation X (1994) 47

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. She Got Game, script by Larry Hama, pencils by Aaron Lopresti, inks by Walden Wong; Forge uses alien technology to transform the school gym into a new Danger Room; Emma tells Artie and Leech that she wants to integrate them into the school and plans on helping them with their powers; While most of the Gen X kids attend a guest lecture by Forge, Gaia accidentally unleashes Paradox in the Danger Gym and the team has to bring him down. 46 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #48
    Generation X (1994) 48

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Foxes & Scorpions, script by Jay Faerber, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; Emma learns that her stocks have plummeted and decides to turn to her older sister for financial help; Paige returns from Kentucky but gets the cold shoulder from Chamber; M and Jubilee take their burgeoning rivalry into the Danger Room; Maggott arrives at the school. 38 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #49
    Generation X (1994) 49

    TCover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Trophies, script by Jay Faerber, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; The Gen X boys have to help Maggott fight off a trophy hunter who is trying to bag his mutant maggots; Emma solicits Adrienne for financial help; When Adrienne uses her psychometric powers on Emma's purse and realizes her sister teaches a team of young mutants, she agrees to help but with certain conditions; Maggott takes off as Adrienne, the new headmistress, arrives. 36 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #50
    Generation X (1994) 50
    Published April 1999 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson. Divided We Fall, script by Jay Faerber, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson; The Gen X kids are freaking out as their new headmistress, Adrienne Frost, has opened the school up to normal human kids for the new semester; They head into Boston to do some shopping but are picked off and captured in pairs by super powered agents of Dark Beast; X-Man shows up at the school trying to find out why Emma invaded his mind and what exactly she knows about his old nemesis, Dark Beast. Continued in X-Man (Marvel, 1995 series) #50. 36 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $2.99.