Series: Gambit and the X-ternals

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Gambit & The X-ternals #1 - Some of Us Looking to the Stars by Fabian Nicieza1
Gambit & The X-ternals #2 - Where No External Has Gone Before! by Fabian Nicieza2
Gambit & The X-ternals #3 - To the Limits of Infinity by Fabian Nicieza3
Gambit & The X-ternals #4 - The Maze by Fabian Nicieza4
Gambit & the X-Ternals by Fabian Nicieza1-4 collected

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  1. X-Calibre (X-Men: The Age of Apocalypse Gold Deluxe Edition) (Excalibur) by Warren Ellis (1995)
  2. X-Men: Phoenix Rising TPB by Roger Stern (2002)
  3. Gambit by Howard Mackie (1995)
  4. X-Men: X-Tinction Agenda by Chris Claremont (1992)
  5. X-Men: From The Ashes by Chris Claremont (1993)
  6. Ultimate X-Men Vol. 14: Phoenix? by Robert Kirkman (2006)
  7. Decimation: Son of M by David Hine (2005)
  8. Avengers/X-Men: Bloodties by Ralph Macchio (1995)
  9. X-Factor, Vol. 3: Many Lives of Madrox by Peter Allen David (2007)
  10. X-Men: First Class – Tomorrow's Brightest by Jeff Parker (2007)
  11. New X-Men Vol. 6: Planet X by Grant Morrison (2004)
  12. X-Factor, Vol. 6: Secret Invasion by Peter David (2009)
  13. X-Men: Days of Future Past by Chris Claremont (1989)
  14. The Rise of Apocalypse (X-Men) by Terry Kavanagh (1998)
  15. Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vol. 1: The Dust Waltz by Dan Brereton (1998)

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