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Mutant Massacre
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"Mutant Massacre" was a major Marvel Comics crossover storyline, which took place during the fall of 1986. It primarily involved the superhero teams the X-Men, X-Factor and the New Mutants. Power Pack, Thor, and Daredevil crossed over for an issue in their own comic books. The mysterious Marauders attack a mutant named Tommy and her Hellfire Club boyfriend in Los Angeles for the purpose of following her back to New York and finding the location of the underground mutant community known as the Morlocks. The Marauders kill Tommy and hundreds of Morlocks before the X-Men and X-Factor teams arrive separately and fight them, avoiding the total slaughter of the Morlocks. The two teams however do not meet during the battle and suffer crippling losses: X-Factor's Angel is crucified by the Marauders while the X-Men's Colossus, Shadowcat, and Nightcrawler are all severely wounded. X-Factor's casualties are less due to the arrival of Power Pack and Thor, who help save the horribly wounded Angel and the rest of X-Factor from suffering any additional harm. Thor uses his powers to cleanse the dead from the Morlock tunnels with fire, which causes problems for the X-Men, who briefly believe that the firestorm was caused by the Marauders and believe that the New Mutants died in said fire. Meanwhile Wolverine saves the Power Pack from the Marauder Sabretooth. After the fight, Sabretooth follows Logan home to the X-Mansion. He destroys Cerebro, but is kept from hurting the other Morlocks when Psylocke engages Sabretooth in battle. Wolverine and the rest of the X-Men arrive and Sabretooth falls off a nearby cliff in order to escape the X-Men, pursued into the water by Wolverine. As the fight continues in the ocean, Psylocke is able to glean some information about the Marauders from Sabretooth's mind.

Issues (16):
Daredevil (1964) #238
The New Mutants (1983) #46
Power Pack (1984) #27
Thor (1966) #373
Thor (1966) #374
Thor Visionaries: Walter Simonson (2001) TPB vol. 04
Uncanny X-Men (1963) #210
Uncanny X-Men (1963) #211
Uncanny X-Men (1963) #212
Uncanny X-Men (1963) #213
Uncanny X-Men (1963) #350
X-Factor (1986) #9
X-Factor (1986) #10
X-Factor (1986) #11
X-Men: Mutant Massacre (1999) HC
X-Men: Mutant Massacre (1999) TPB

Characters appearing in this story arc ():
Angel (Marvel)(03 - Warren Worthington III)
Annalee (Marvel)
Ape (Marvel)(Morlocks)
Apocalypse (Marvel)
Archangel (Marvel)
Arclight (Marvel)
Avalanche (Marvel)
Balder the Brave (Marvel)
Banshee (Marvel)(01 - Sean Cassidy)
Beast (Marvel)(Henry McCoy)
Beautiful Dreamer (Marvel)(01 - Morlock)
Berzerker (Marvel)(Morlock)
Bishop (Marvel)(03 - Lucas Bishop)
Black King (01 - Sebastian Shaw)
Blob (Marvel)
Blockbuster (Marvel)(02 - Michael Baer)
Boom Boom (Marvel)
Caliban (Marvel)
Callisto (Marvel)
Cannonball (Marvel)
Colossus (Marvel)(03 - Piotr Rasputin)
Dr. Valerie Cooper (Marvel)
Tom Corsi
Cybelle (Marvel) (01 - Morlocks)
Cyclops (Marvel)(03 - Scott Summers)
Cypher (Marvel)(01 - Doug Ramsey)
Daredevil (Marvel)(01 - Matt Murdock)
Darla (Marvel)
Dazzler (Marvel)(02 - Alison Blaire)
Destiny (Marvel) (03 - Irene Adler)
Energizer (Marvel)
Erg (Marvel)
Ferris (Marvel)
Firefist (Marvel)(02 - Rusty Collins)
Sharon Friedlander
Gambit (Marvel)
Gee (Marvel)
Harpoon (Marvel)
Heimdall (Marvel)
Hela (Marvel)
Cameron Hodge (Marvel)
Hugin (Marvel)
Iceman (Marvel)
Joseph (Marvel)
Jubilee (Marvel)
Karma (Marvel)
Klothos (Marvel)
Leech (Marvel)
Lightspeed (Marvel)
Lockheed (Marvel)
Moira MacTaggert (Marvel)
Arthur 'Artie' Maddicks (Marvel)
Maggott (Marvel)
Magik (Marvel)(01 - Illyana Rasputin)
Magma (Marvel)(02 - Amara Aquilla)
Magneto (Marvel)
Magus (Marvel)(02 - Technarchy)
Malice (04 - Marauder)
Marrow (Marvel)
Marvel Girl (Marvel)(01 - Jean Grey)
Masque (Marvel)(01 - Morlocks)
Mass Master (Marvel)
Mirage (Marvel)(02 - Danielle Moonstar)
Mr. Sinister (Marvel)
Munin (Marvel)
Mystique (Marvel)
Nightcrawler (Marvel)
Odin (Marvel)
Phoenix (Marvel)(04 - Jean Grey)
Piper (Marvel) (02 - Morlocks)
Plague (Marvel)
James "Jim" Power
Margaret Power
Prism (Marvel)
Professor X (Marvel)
Madelyne 'Maddie' Pryor (01 - Jean Grey clone)
Psylocke (Marvel)
Pyro (Marvel)
Riptide (Marvel)
Rogue (Marvel)(01 - Anna Marie Raven)
Sabretooth (Marvel)
Gabriella Sapristi (Marvel)
Guido 'Jerry' Sapristi
Scaleface (Marvel)(Morlock)
Scalphunter (Marvel)
Selene (Marvel)
Shadowcat (Marvel)
Sebastian Hiram Shaw (Marvel)
Skids (Marvel)
Candy Southern
Spider-Woman (Marvel)(02 - Julia Carpenter)
Storm (Marvel)(01 - Ororo Munroe)
Sunspot (Marvel)
Tar Baby (Marvel)
Tattletale (Marvel)
Tessa (Marvel)
Thor (Marvel)(01 - Thor Odinson)
Patricia 'Trish' Tilby
Tommy (Marvel)
Vanisher (Marvel)
Vertigo (Marvel)(01 - Marauders)
Volstagg the Voluminous (Marvel)
War (Marvel)(02 - Abraham Kieros)
Warlock (Marvel)
White Queen (Marvel)(02 - Emma Frost)
Wolfsbane (Marvel)
Wolverine (Marvel)(01 - James 'Logan' Howlett)
Zeek (Morlocks)
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