X-Men #249 (1st Series 1963) October 1989 Marvel Comics Grade NM

X-Men #249 (1st Series 1963) October 1989 Marvel Comics Grade NM

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Story by Chris Claremont. Art and cover by Marc Silvestri and Dan Green

"The Dane Curse" pt. 1 of 2:
As the remaining X-Men bury their recently deceased teammate Storm, a call is received by the base's computer. The call is from the missing Lorna Dane, a.k.a. Polaris, asking for help. The X-Men investigate the call, leading them to Punta Arenas, Chile. Upon arrival, the X-Men witness Polaris being kidnapped by warriors from the Savage Land, led by Zaladane and her Savage Land Mutates. Reaching a stalemate, the X-Men offer to allow Zaladane's forces to withdraw with their captive, if only the innocent people of Punta Arenas are left alone. Zala accepts and and she and her forces leave, failing to notice that one soldier in her army is none other than the disguised Havok.

1st printing.
Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded.
This comic book is in used condition with cover and all pages attached it has flaws that warrant a NM grade.

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