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The Uncanny X-Men #214 - With Malice Toward…
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The Uncanny X-Men #214 - With Malice Toward All!

by Chris Claremont

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Dazzler is influenced by the Maurauder Malice. During a concert she exposes her cover of being a mere keyboarder and steals the limelight from Lila Cheney. Later on she dances in a nightclub and makes no secret of her light powers. Lila is concerned and calls the X-Men. Wolverine, Storm, Rogue and Psylocke investigate, and Malice does some body-jumping, making the X-Men fight each other. Finally Betsy understands what’s going on and they make Malice enter Storm, who has the will power to resist the Marauder’s influence. The psychic entity then leaves, though feeling victorious as she made the X-Men say things to each other that will not be easy to forget. Dazzler is told to join the X-Men, as she is a too obvious target for the Marauders.
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