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** PlayedWith, as she is self-described too kinky for kink as well. She claims that the Hellfire Club, whose meetings have corseted women in cages suspended from the ceiling, is too tame for her. She feels they deserve ro die for this.

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* IncrediblyLamePun: Younger and older Bobby do this to each other while discussing [[spoiler:Romeo's break-up method]].

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* MinklinkMates: Circumstances lead to Scott and Jean having a direct, unconscious telepathic link. Jean learns to hide her thoughts from Scott, to his concern, but she explains that if they don't learn how to compartmentalize their thoughts then they'll end up one mind with two bodies.


''X-Men: Blue'' is a comic book published by Creator/MarvelComics, launching under the post-''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen'' ComicBook/{{Resurrxion}} umbrella of Franchise/XMen titles. It's written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jorge Molina.

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''X-Men: Blue'' is a comic book published by Creator/MarvelComics, launching under the post-''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen'' ComicBook/{{Resurrxion}} umbrella of Franchise/XMen titles. It's titles, and serves as a follow-up to ''ComicBook/AllNewXMen'' and ''ComicBook/AllNewXMen2016''. It is written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jorge Molina.


''X-Men: Blue'' is a complete 36-issue comic book published by Creator/MarvelComics, launching under the post-''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen'' ComicBook/{{Resurrxion}} umbrella of Franchise/XMen titles. It's written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jorge Molina.

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''X-Men: Blue'' is a complete 36-issue comic book published by Creator/MarvelComics, launching under the post-''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen'' ComicBook/{{Resurrxion}} umbrella of Franchise/XMen titles. It's written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jorge Molina.



While sister title ''ComicBook/XMenGold'' focuses on the new flagship X-Men team led by ComicBook/KittyPryde, ''Blue'' features the time-displaced X-Men --ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/{{Iceman}}, ComicBook/{{Beast|Marvel Comics}}, and Angel-- under none other than ComicBook/{{Magneto}}'s tutelage. Despite their unlikely partnership, the O5 need Magneto as much as ''he'' needs them -- especially when a [[ComicBook/UltimateXMen familiar stranger]] from [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel another universe]] shows up to further complicate things.

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While sister title ''ComicBook/XMenGold'' focuses on the new flagship X-Men team led by ComicBook/KittyPryde, ''Blue'' features the time-displaced X-Men --ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/{{Iceman}}, ComicBook/{{Beast|Marvel Comics}}, and Angel-- under none other than ComicBook/{{Magneto}}'s tutelage. Despite their unlikely partnership, the O5 need Magneto as much as ''he'' needs them -- especially when a [[ComicBook/UltimateXMen familiar stranger]] from [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel another universe]] shows up to further complicate things.
things. The series ended after 36 issues, with the team moving on to the ''ComicBook/Extermination2018'' event.


While sister title ''ComicBook/XMenGold'' focuses on the new flagship X-Men team led by ComicBook/KittyPryde, ''Blue'' features the ComicBook/TimeDisplacedXMen --ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/{{Iceman}}, ComicBook/{{Beast|Marvel Comics}}, and Angel-- under none other than ComicBook/{{Magneto}}'s tutelage. Despite their unlikely partnership, the O5 need Magneto as much as ''he'' needs them -- especially when a [[ComicBook/UltimateXMen familiar stranger]] from [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel another universe]] shows up to further complicate things.

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While sister title ''ComicBook/XMenGold'' focuses on the new flagship X-Men team led by ComicBook/KittyPryde, ''Blue'' features the ComicBook/TimeDisplacedXMen time-displaced X-Men --ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, ComicBook/JeanGrey, ComicBook/{{Iceman}}, ComicBook/{{Beast|Marvel Comics}}, and Angel-- under none other than ComicBook/{{Magneto}}'s tutelage. Despite their unlikely partnership, the O5 need Magneto as much as ''he'' needs them -- especially when a [[ComicBook/UltimateXMen familiar stranger]] from [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel another universe]] shows up to further complicate things.


* PowerAtAPrice:After entering into a pact with [[spoiler:the Goblin Queen]] for Forbidden Knowledge, [[spoiler:Beast ends up in a situation where if he keeps practising magic he'll end up possessed.]]

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* PowerAtAPrice:After PowerAtAPrice: After entering into a pact with [[spoiler:the Goblin Queen]] for Forbidden Knowledge, [[spoiler:Beast ends up in a situation where if he keeps practising magic he'll end up possessed.]]


See also: ''ComicBook/XMenRed'', another color-based team title of this era, led by the resurrected ComicBook/JeanGrey. ''Comicbook/XMenBlack'', an anthology series set after the events of ''X-men:Blue'' which follows six villains including Apocalypse.

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See also: ''ComicBook/XMenRed'', another color-based team title of this era, led by the resurrected ComicBook/JeanGrey. ''Comicbook/XMenBlack'', an anthology series set after the events of ''X-men:Blue'' ''X-men: Blue'' which follows six villains including Apocalypse.

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* ShoutOut: The weirdly specific "Nineteen years later" in issue #33 looks like a reference to Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows.


''X-Men: Blue'' is a twice-monthly ongoing comic book published by Creator/MarvelComics, launching under the post-''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen'' ComicBook/{{Resurrxion}} umbrella of Franchise/XMen titles. It's written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jorge Molina.

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''X-Men: Blue'' is a twice-monthly ongoing complete 36-issue comic book published by Creator/MarvelComics, launching under the post-''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen'' ComicBook/{{Resurrxion}} umbrella of Franchise/XMen titles. It's written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by Jorge Molina.



See also: ''ComicBook/XMenRed'', another color-based team title of this era, led by the resurrected ComicBook/JeanGrey.

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See also: ''ComicBook/XMenRed'', another color-based team title of this era, led by the resurrected ComicBook/JeanGrey. ''Comicbook/XMenBlack'', an anthology series set after the events of ''X-men:Blue'' which follows six villains including Apocalypse.

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** Inverted in issue #36, where they can finally go back, [[spoiler:but opt to stay for one last fight.]]

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** PlayedWith, as she is self-described too kinky for kink as well. She claims that the Hellfire Club, whose meetings have corseted women in cages suspended from the ceiling, is too tame for her.

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* MeaningfulRename: This began back in issue #1 of the solo series, but Magneto has taken to using his birthname as an alias, with a scientist addressing him as Mr. Eisenhardt.


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* BuryYourGays: In the mysterious BadFuture where adult versions of the O5 reside, something happened that killed exactly one of them: Iceman.

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