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X-Men Adventures Season I (Mexican Edition 1992) comic books

  • Issue #6
    X-Men Adventures Season I (Mexican Edition 1992) 6

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    Written by Mark Edens (teleplay, mistakenly named Michael) and Ralph Macchio (adaptation). Art by Andrew Wildman, Robert Campanella, and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Andrew Wildman. The X-Men, minus Wolvie, decide to take some down time and vacation in the mutant paradise of Genosha; Sabretooth stalks Wolverine through the wilds of Alaska. Mexican edition. 36 pages, full color.

  • Issue #7
    X-Men Adventures Season I (Mexican Edition 1992) 7

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    Written by Mark Edens (teleplay) and Ralph Macchio (adaptation). Art by Chris Batista and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Andrew Wildman. Storm, Gambit and Jubilee have been enslaved in Genosha where Trask and Gyrich are, once again, trying to implement their sinister Sentinel program and are using captured mutants as slave labor. Mexican edition. 36 pages, full color.

  • Issue #8
    X-Men Adventures Season I (Mexican Edition 1992) 8

    Written by Mark Edens (teleplay) and Ralph Macchio (adaptation). Art by Chris Batista and Mark McKenna. Cover by Andrew Wildman. With the help of Cable, the X-Men free themselves from slavery on Genosha and bring down Trask's Sentinel program. Mexican edition. 36 pages, full color.

  • Issue #10
    X-Men Adventures Season I (Mexican Edition 1992) 10

    Reprints - "Deadly Cure" - Written by Mark Edward Edens (teleplay) and Ralph Macchio (adaptation). Art by Andrew Wildman and Mark McKenna. Cover by Andrew Wildman. Professor X is on Muir Isle with Moira to investigate the experiments of the mysterious Dr. Adler who claims to have a way to reverse the mutant condition; Cable hunts down Angel to find out this exact same information; Rogue heads for the island to undergo the process to get rid of her hated powers but ends up tangling with Pyro and Avalanche; Little does anyone know that Mystique has replaced Dr. Adler and is planning on working on mutants at the behest of Apocalypse. X-Men pinup by Chris Batista and Harry Candelario. Mexican direct edition. 36 pages, full color