X-Men: Revolution - After Claremont's return
Stories taking place after Chris Claremont's
return to X-Men writing chores with UXM 381 and XM 100. This also
includes the sixth-month "gap" in comic time between the
High Evolutionary mutation-stripping mess and Claremont's "Neo"
by Amanda Sichter
Jean, crazed by grief and loss, takes to killing babies, and the
X-Men must stop her. An alternate version of what happened during
the six-month gap.
"Beat Me Out of Myself"
Rogue fights against her biggest critic and worst foe -- herself.
After breaking up with Rogue and sleeping with Marrow, Gambit must
face both women's wrath when Marrow learns the truth about the Mutant
Rogue traces back her history with touch as an addiction and on
her self-imposed loneliness.
After their latest breakup, a drunken Gambit tries to call Rogue
and let her know what's on his mind.
It hurts Wolverine to see Rogue in pain after her breakup with Gambit,
but when he decides to intervene, he realizes that Rogue isn't the
only one who's hurting.
"Out of Control"
Still in an awkward post-breakup time, Rogue and Gambit have it
out with each other.
Price of Coffee"
Beast, Iceman, Rogue and Mystique battle the Sentinels at Starbucks.
by Alicia McKenzie
A series of stories taking place after Cyclops' possession and "death"
at the hands of Apocalypse.
"My Own Prison"
- After Stryfe's reappearance, Rogue is concerned about Cable's
possible reaction and speaks to him about the matter. But the conversation
soon gets out of hand.
Sun" - Rogue goes out to retrieve a depressed and angry
Cable from a local bar, but the violent confrontation that results
has very unintended consequences.
"Reflections of Easter Past"
Rogue visits Destiny's grave at Eastertime and thinks back to what
she, Destiny and Mystique used to do for the Easter holiday when
she was a child.
by Any Other Name"
Rogue calls a team meeting to finally reveal her real name.
to Her Soul"
Colossus awakens and finds inspiration in Rogue's sleeping form.
"Return to the Rooftop"
As they settle into their new roles as leaders of the X-Men, Rogue
and Gambit try to settle into another role as well: platonic friends.
Rogue and Gambit make their piece and decide to get back together.
In response to Gambit #16.
"The Happiest Night"
Just before Rogue and Remy are set to leave for their honeymoon,
Rogue finally reveals the real reasons she's so uneasy about being
with him. A response to Rogue and Gambit's break-up in Gambit
by Amanda Sichter
Gambit explains what he wants in a relationship, and what's not
working when he's with Rogue.
Rogue considers her feelings for Gambit and his for her -- and resolves
to let him go.
Gambit considers his feelings for Rogue and hers for him -- and
grieves in his feelings of aloneness.
Not long after the death of Colossus, Wolverine and Rogue run into
a ghost from Logan's past.
Gambit offers Jean a small comfort as she grieves over Cyclops'
apparent death. Inspired by UXM #386.
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