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X-men: The Asgardian Wars Paperback – November 1, 1990
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SC, TPB, Unread Some Shelf Wear, Used-Very Good, Written by Chris Claremont. Art by Paul Smith, Arthur Adams, Terry Austin, Bob Wiacek, Alan Gordon, and Mike Mignola. Cover by Arthur Adams. Published in April of 1988. Softcover, 220 pages, full color. Cover price $14.95.
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As the usual Claremont formula is, the X-characters sit around their mansion (or Danger Room, or sunbathing at the beach, etc.) and they get attacked by a baddie (why can't anyone ever leave these poor muties alone?). In this case, the baddie is Loki. In the first story, he offers the X-Men a chance to build a utopia with a price. In the second story, he kidnaps Storm to be his bride and also teleports the New Mutants to Asgard (their experiences in Asgard forever changes them). For longtime readers, these stories were especially rewarding - we have the first announcement that Madelyne Pryor was pregnant (with baby Cable), the first meeting of Rachel Summers with Scott Summers, the "slimming-down" of Karma, Dani Moonstar's transformation into a Valkyrie, Rahne Sinclair's meeting with the Wolf-Prince of Asgard, another Wolverine-Snowbird meeting, and the tragic story of a well-intentioned Madelyne Pryor (as Anodyne) trying to save her team-mates.
The moral of this story: Don't let false gods *bleep* with your lives. Especially if you're mutants!