Merry X-Lapsed – Generation X #4 (1995)

Merry X-Lapsed!  Day Five

Generation X #4 (February, 1995)
“Between the Cracks”
Writer – Scott Lobdell
Pencils – Chris Bachalo
Inks – Mark Buckingham
Colors – Steve Buccellato
Letters – Richard Starkings and Comicraft
Edits – Bob Harras & Tom DeFalco
Cover Price: $1.95

Merry Christmas, friends!

Today we wrap up our little holiday vacation from the paradise that is Krakoa with… a Christmas story that isn’t!  I mean, someone does eat a candy cane… and someone does wear a Santa hat… but, other than that – ain’t no Christmas to see here!

Today we take a look at one’a those “Feared and Hated”-focused stories that we get from time to time in our X-Reading… but, it’s a good one – right out of my own personal wheelhouse – written by Scott Lobdell and drawn by the amazing Chris Bachalo.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this “break” in our normal coverage… which will resume following the weekend.  Thank you all for indulging me – To You and Yours, from Me and Mine – Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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One thought on “Merry X-Lapsed – Generation X #4 (1995)

  • Damien Drouet-Whiter

    I've always loved this comic but on rereading it's really depressing for a Christmas story. I know Christmas can be a tough time but this issue is very sad. The art by Bachalo and Buckingham was absolutely stunning. Generation X was the best X-book whenever the original creative team was on it. Sadly it's a relatively short space of time.


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