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Real Name: Gomurr (last name, if any, unrevealed)

Identity/Class: Human magic user;
    citizen of unspecified Asian nation; active several centuries ago and modern era (and likely all eras in-between)

Occupation: Proctor of the Crimson Dawn, sorcerer

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Archangel (Warren Worthington III), Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange), Gaea, Juggernaut (Cain Marko), Psylocke (Betsy Braddock), Tar, Wolverine (James "Logan" Howlett)

Enemies: Cytorrak, Kuragari, Spite;
    formerly Neon Minions, Undercloaks

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: Gomurr the Impetuous; "Gomurr the Inscrutable," "Gomurr the Invincible," "Gomurr the Irascible,"  "Gomurr the Wise" (nicknames used by himself); "ol' buddy" (nickname used by Archangel); "Gomo the Inept," "'pipsqueak," "Yoda" (nicknames used by the Juggernaut); "Gomurr the Annoying," "little one'' (nickname used by Kuragari); "old man" (nickname used by Archangel, Spite, & Tar), "detestable dwarf," "miniscule one," "old friend," "old fool," (nicknames used by Tar); "half pint" (nickname used by Wolverine)

Base of Operations: The Crimson Dawn realm;
    formerly: Little Asia, New York City; mobile throughout Asia

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men I#329 (February 1996)






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Powers/Abilities: Gomurr is a powerful sorcerer capable of using mystical energy for a variety of effects. He often uses a bamboo staff outfitted with four rings to cast (or perhaps focus) his spells or draw mystic signs and sigils though he has been able to use his powers without the wand. Gomurr can alter his appearance, at one time appearing as an elderly woman, and summon wisp-like ghost ninjas as bodyguards. Gomurr can become intangible and generate fire from his hands. He can teleport himself and several others to any place on Earth and even other (pocket) dimensions. In his astral form, Gomurr can enter (or invade) people's dreams and directly communicate with them through their nighttime experiences. Gomurr is trained in several, unidentified forms of (presumably oriental) martial arts, often incorporating his bamboo staff in his fighting style. As a walker of the illuminated path, Gomurr claimed to be privy to many things, which might be akin to a form of prescience. Exceptionally longlived, he is at least several hundred years old. Despite his advanced years, Gomurr has retained a youthful, impish personality that somewhat belies the fact he possesses great arcane knowledge and is actually a serious practitioner of the mystic arts (see comments). As the proctor of the Crimson Dawn, Gomurr's powers were increased to an unrevealed degree. As a sign of his station, he resonated with the ruby aura of the dawn and carried "the mark of the ruler," which manifested itself as two neon pink signs on the back of his hands. With it, he was able to create and command neon minions, by snapping his fingers. Gomurr spoke English, though his mother tongue was in fact a very ancient Chinese dialect.

Height: 3'5" (by approximation)
Weight: 70 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Brown (sometimes blue)
Hair: Bald


(X-Men Unlimited I#12 (fb)) - Several centuries ago, the Asian sorcerer Gomurr became the apprentice of one of the most disreputable conjurers of the continent.

(X-Men Unlimited I#12 (fb)) - At some point, Gomurr became aware of the fact a group of heretic monks were trying to harness the power of the outerdimensional deity Cyttorak. When their summoning ritual failed, it only unleashed Cyttorak's most destructive aspect on the Earth, where it destroyed the monks before proceeding to cause untold destruction. Gomurr, then known as the Impetuous, teamed with the equally novice Ebon Vein initiate Tar, who at the same time was his bitter rival. Together, through more luck than skill, they contained the elemental Cyttorak, trapping its massive destructive force in a mystical ruby, which would become known as the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak. Outraged at being thwarted, the actual Cyttorak immediately cursed his ruby prison, causing anyone who touched it to become a vessel of his unearthly power, a juggernaut of destruction. In order to prevent this from happening, Gomurr and Tar figured neither one of them could be trusted to guard the ruby, so, after much argument, they decided to bury the gem in a nearby temple located inside a cave. Causing a rockslide, they sealed the entrance under a mountain of rock.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Gomurr and Tar teamed up to face Kuragari and managed to beat the demon back into the shadows, presumably forever.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#2 (fb) - BTS) - Even though Gomurr and Tar were never particularly friendly towards one another, Gomurr did learn several magical feats from him during Tar's tenure as "proctor" of the Crimson Dawn.

(Uncanny X-Men I#329 (fb) - BTS) - Over the centuries (see comments), Gomurr had repeated dealings with the man who would become known as the mutant hero Wolverine. He also had dealings with Doctor Strange, who referred to him as an old friend.

(X-Men Unlimited I#12 (fb) - BTS) - Well before Stephen Strange was born in 1920, Gomurr had started walking the mystical way of life known as the Illuminated Path.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#4 (fb) - BTS) - In recent years, Tar's grip upon the Ebon Throne started to ebb. Realizing he needed to pick and prepare a successor, Tar chose his old ally Gomurr. In order to prepare him for his eventual duties as the next proctor, he engaged him in various unspecified battles and conflicts.

(X-Men I#12 (fb) - BTS) - Despite Gomurr and Tar's best intentions, after several hundred years and various earthquakes the cave reopened. This allowed American soldier Cain Marko (and his predecessors) to enter the temple and chance upon the gem. After touching it, he became Cyttorak's avatar on Earth, the Juggernaut.

(Uncanny X-Men I#329 - BTS) - After Sabretooth left his fellow X-Man Psylocke in critical condition, Wolverine figured the best way to save Betsy Braddock's life was to expose her to the mystical Crimson Dawn. Realizing his old acquaintance Gomurr would be the best way to get in touch with the Dawn's guardian, Tar, Logan decided to visit New York's Little Asia neighborhood along with Archangel.main image



(Uncanny X-Men I#329) - Gomurr, aware the X-Men were coming, altered his appearance and hid inside the form of an elderly Asian woman who was having tea at Aunt Susie Cho's restaurant in Little Asia. Watching Wolverine and Archangel come in, Gomurr decided to test their mettle by summoning a ghost ninja. The two mutants had trouble dealing with the vapor wraith who kept multiplying itself, until Wolverine realized Gomurr's trickery and stabbed the old woman. Reaching inside her deceased form, he pulled out Gomurr who genially greeted his old friend, claiming it had been too long between visits while lighting Logan's cigar. Wolverine wasted little time getting to the point behind their visit: they needed his help to get a pint of Crimson Dawn from the Ebon Vein. Startled by the boldness of this proposition, Gomurr called it madness, assuring that he who seeks the Crimson Dawn only finds death. Though wishing them "good joss" (luck) on their journey, Gomurr couldn't think of a single reason to aid them in this insane quest. Wolverine managed to convince him to cooperate (by offering his three claws as good reasons) and just as they were about to leave, Doctor Strange arrived to announce he would join his old friend Gomurr and the others on their quest.

(Uncanny X-Men I#330) - Gomurr took Wolverine and Archangel to an abandoned warehouse in Little Asia used to store giant props used for Chinese New Year celebrations. When Archangel started griping about the fact they were running around breaking and entering in the middle of the night while Psylocke lay dying, Gomurr assured him he knew what he was doing. Moments later, Dr. Strange reappeared (after having checked in on Psylocke's deteriorating condition), and everyone found themselves under attack by a shadowy creature Strange identified as an Undercloak. Gomurr assured the party that all these creatures cared about was death, even as a large contingent of Undercloaks popped up. Breaking away from the fight, Gomurr used a spell that implored the sister Earth (presumably Gaea) to come smile upon her little brother, which caused one of the massive dragon's mouth to open up, spewing a light that banished the Undercloaks while serving as a portal to the realm of the Ebon Vein. The trip to the realm finally led to Tar who was sitting on his throne next to the Ebon Vein. Wolverine was ready to tear into Tar to get some of the liquid required to save Psylocke, but Gomurr assured him there was a proper etiquette to all this. Dropping to his knees, Gomurr pleaded with Tar for a single cup of the life essence that flows through the Earth. Moved by the sincerity of the small sorcerer's words, Tar was nonetheless tired of the fact people only visited him when they wanted something. He then seemingly killed Gomurr, causing the others to attack him and his neon minions. Eventually, Dr. Strange managed to reach the Ebon Vein and place Psylocke's soul into it, thereby restoring her physical form. Even as Tar cast out Strange, Wolverine and Archangel from his realm, they were surprised to see Tar had restored Gomurr to life as well.

(Onslaught: X-Men I#1 - BTS) - The psionic villain known as Onslaught made himself known to the world by attacking the Juggernaut and forcibly removing the Cyttorak gem that empowered him from his body, inadvertently trapping Cain Marko inside the jewel.

(X-Men Unlimited I#12 - BTS) - Aware of Juggernaut's plight, Gomurr prepared himself to rescue Cain Marko from his crimson prison, even as his one time ally Tar learned of Marko's current predicament as well.

main image (X-Men Unlimited I#12) - Doctor Strange, alerted by his mystic senses, traveled to the Xavier family mansion in his astral form to locate the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak. Noticing Juggernaut was trapped inside, he didn't spot one of Tar's neon spider minions spying on him, ready to attack. Luckily, Gomurr caught the creature with his staff. Strange was surprised to see Gomurr there, and Gomurr explained the presence of the Crimson Ruby was what drew him to Westchester, claiming that the object was too powerful to simply have lying around. Announcing his intent to enter the crimson crystal and rescue Marko, Gomurr forcefully rejected Strange's offer to accompany him, asking the Sorcerer Supreme to stay behind and protect the crystal while he was inside. This didn't sit well with Strange, especially given Tar's involvement. Despite his misgivings, Strange allowed Gomurr to enter the ruby's internal world on his own. There, Gomurr encountered Juggernaut being tormented by Cyttorak's minion Spite who was feeding on Cain's misery, caused by the lifelike illusions she plagued him with. Using his magics to enter the illusion, Gomurr forced Spite to reveal herself and end the charade. Angered by the fact Gomurr had forced her to lose her prey, Spite was about to attack Gomurr but recoiled in horror when he used his wand to summon the mark of Zhou' Syn. Despite claiming Gomurr was too old and withered to oppose Cyttorak's dark power, especially now that he was alone, Spite nevertheless teleported away.
    Gomurr then attempted to free Juggernaut from the prison Spite had placed him. After freeing himself, Cain was in no mood for Gomurr's classic, somewhat cryptic remarks and attacked him. The ancient mage teleported away, however, and used his extensive martial art skills to temporarily disable Marko, long enough for him to listen to reason. Tempted by Gomurr's claim he could take him out of his crimson prison, the Juggernaut followed the tiny wizard. Gomurr led Cain to the source of his rage (and the reason Cyttorak once chose him as his avatar) the deeply rooted resentment of his stepbrother, Charles Xavier. By having Cain relive painful childhood memories in a makeshift copy of the Xavier estate (including the death of his father Kurt, who sacrificed his life saving Charles following a lab explosion), Gomurr hoped to have Marko let go of his rage, thereby releasing him from Cyttorak's sway as well. However, all the experience did was reaffirm Cain's loathing and anger towards Xavier. Seemingly frustrated by this, Gomurr bade the Juggernaut farewell. Not wanting to be left alone, Cain begged Gomurr to not abandon him and wanted to know what he'd meant by his hatred consuming him. Gomurr explained that Cain's anger and fury blinded him to the fact Cyttorak was evil and that as his avatar, he would eventually be doomed to destroy everything in his path; until -- when there was nothing left to destroy -- the power would turn on him.
    Thinking it over, Juggernaut decided to leave his power and rage behind, ready to start a new life and pretend he had never even heard of Charles Xavier. Pleased, Gomurr started to create a doorway home, only for Spite to show up and influence Juggernaut. Overpowering Gomurr and binding him with the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak, she told the Juggernaut he could leave the crystal without losing all his powers. As Gomurr tried to persuade Marko of Spite's duplicity, Spite showed Marko all he had to do was take over Cyttorak's powers himself and return to Earth (with her at his side) to rule over all. In his rebuttal, Gomurr claimed the succubus Spite was playing Juggernaut to further her own goals. Slapping the old mage, Spite then proceeded to recount Gomurr's origins and how he was responsible for the creation of the gem, even going so far as claiming Gomurr desired its power for himself. When the wizard attempted to protest, she used the power of Cyttorak to gag him. Gomurr was powerless when Juggernaut agreed to Spite's proposition of restoring his powers and was teleported away by her to the wellspring of unimaginable power. Moments later, Tar arrived to gloat at Gomurr's misfortune.

(X-Men Unlimited I#12 - BTS) - While Spite delivered the Juggernaut to the wellspring where the recently awakened aspect of Cyttorak inhabiting the gem waited for them, Tar freed Gomurr, and the two planned a strategy.

(X-Men Unlimited I#12) - Juggernaut was fighting a losing battle for his life, when Gomurr and Tar arrived at the wellspring. The Cyttorak aspect was about to kill the seriously injured Cain when the two mages channeled their combined sorcerous might into one of Tar's neon minions (a scorpion) who covertly crept up to Juggernaut and, by stinging him, infused him with the power of the ruby they once used to trap Cyttorak. Instantly healed and ready for round two, Cain Marko engaged Cyttorak's aspect, who recognized Tar and Gomurr's involvement and swore he would deal with them next. However, Marko destroyed Cyttorak's aspect before that. With the aspect of Cyttorak's destruction, Juggernaut was pulled back to Earth, and Tar teleported himself and Gomurr away to his refuge in the Crimson Dawn.



(X-Men Unlimited I#13/2 - BTS) - Using his connections to the Illuminated Path, Gomurr kept himself appraised of the Juggernaut's activities. Sensing his presence was needed, he decided to pay a visit to Juggernaut, who was the small town of Junction, New York on Halloween. Juggernaut visited the small hamlet's annual costumed All Hallow's Eve Parade he used to frequent as a child. After some local children pulled a prank on him, Juggernaut grew incensed and went wild, tearing up much of the town.

(X-Men Unlimited I#13/2) - Gomurr approached Juggernaut after he'd cut a swath of destruction through Junction. Dressed up as a ghost and carrying a pumpkin bag full of candy, the elderly mage momentarily shocked Juggernaut when he revealed himself. Reviewing Cain's childish display of destruction, Gomurr described it as a prime example of where the path of wanton destruction had led him. The Ancient tried to convince the Juggernaut he was destined for greater things than acting like a brainless bruiser, a statement that did not sit well with Marko. Trying to prove his point, Gomurr showed Juggernaut a victim of his recent rampage, a girl called Marie Cavendish (actually a childhood acquaintance of Cain's). Disturbed by what he'd inadvertently done to her, Juggernaut swore to set things right and rushed to get her some medical attention, indirectly proving he was not predetermined to follow a path that led to death and destruction. After getting Marie to a doctor (who chewed him out over possibly exacerbating the girl's injuries by repeatedly rocking her in his not too comfy embrace), Cain was met by Gomurr who once again tried to persuade him that there'd be no escaping the Juggernaut's curse. Fed up with the entire situation, Juggernaut resolutely stated that curse or no, he didn't intend to be controlled by anyone or anything, before leaving Gomurr and Junction behind (see comments).





(X-Men I#61) - Following a frantic fight against several Undercloaks who attacked them out of nowhere in Warren Worthington's New York apartment, Psylocke and Archangel were startled when the astral form of Gomurr the Ancient appeared to reveal the Crimson Dawn came with a price. As he vanished, he told the two mutant lovers not to beg the answer, for they would rue the answer.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#3 - BTS) - Placing Psylocke's essence into the Crimson Dawn created an imbalance that proctor Tar could not correct in time to prevent his ancient enemy Kuragari to regain a foothold in this reality.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#1 - BTS) - Kuragari traveled to Tar's seat of power and fought him for control over the Crimson Dawn. Mortally wounded, Tar managed to teleport away, leaving Kuragari to take charge of the Dawn and the realm's Undercloak inhabitants, even as he started to target the X-Man Psylocke.

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(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#1) - Intangible and invisible, Gomurr was making his way home to New York's Chinatown during a downpour (while whistling the Gene Kelly classic Singing In The Rain and laughing at people trying to stay dry using umbrellas). Suddenly, he sensed a wrongness and teleported himself home, only to find the critically injured Tar waiting for him. Moments before he passed, Tar told Gomurr of Kuragari's return and that he would probably come for him next.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#2) - Gomurr performed an ancient, mystic funeral ceremony for Tar in the China Town alley where he was murdered, calling upon the hoary hosts (of Hoggoth?) to commend Tar's eternal spirit to their beneficent embrace. As he said goodbye to his old friend, Gomurr commented to himself that Tar was a mystic in a league of his own while watching as the ritual completed itself, both recycling Tar's soul for its journey into the next life and incinerating the body at the same time. Putting on his straw hat, Gomurr grimly concluded the end of the world may be near.

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(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#2 - BTS) - Kuragari ordered his Undercloaks to recruit Psylocke, forcing them to attack the telepathic X-Man and her lover Archangel in his Soho apartment. Failing to take her by force, the defeated creatures left behind a gold ring designed to bind Betsy Braddock to Kuragari. Archangel, however managed to prevent her from putting it on. However, during the night, Kuragari manipulated her dreams and convinced her to slip the ring on her finger, a fact Gomurr became aware of.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#2) - Archangel dreamed that Betsy was putting on the ring, when Gomurr invaded his dreams and told off Kuragari. When Worthington woke up screaming, he was surprised to find Gomurr at his bedside. Alarmed by her lover yelling out, Psylocke stormed in wearing the ring that Gomurr instantly recognized as Kuragari's, a symbol of willing conscription into the ranks of the undercloaks and a pledge of undying loyalty to the Crimson Dawn's Supreme Dragon, Kuragari. He attempted to remove the ring, only to realize it wouldn't come off. As if on cue, Kuragari appeared to claim Betsy for himself and -- despite Gomurr's best efforts -- captured her without much effort.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#3) - Recovering from Kuragari's attack, Gomurr was freed from a pile of debris by Archangel. The old mage was shocked to learn Psylocke had been taken, explaining that her disappearance meant both the end of her love for Warren but also the end of the world. Hours later, while Gomurr joined Archangel at his luxurious Soho penthouse loft, the sky over Manhattan started to bleed red. Gomurr informed the young mutant this was a portent of the sanguine fury coming for them all. He continued to explain how Kuragari had planned this, first by using the Dragons of the Crimson Dawn and then by taking out proctor Tar. To Archangel's surprise, Gomurr then announced the winged hero had to go rescue his girlfriend all alone, while he himself stayed behind to protect the world. Determined to get his lover back, Archangel agreed to this and was teleported to the Ebon Vein dimension by Gomurr, where he faced an already fully converted Psylocke, loyal to Kuragari, announcing her new status as his dread queen and undercloak.

(Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#4) - As the battle between Archangel and Psylocke raged within the Ebon Vein dimension, Gomurr noticed the increasingly red skies above and lamented that all was lost, despite the fact he'd been using his powers to strengthen Warren's abilities. At that moment, the spirit of Tar appeared before him to announce that while his body may have turned to dust, his soul would thrive on eternally, as would Gomurr's after he'd assumed his destined mantle as proctor of the Crimson Dawn. Despite the confused Gomurr's protests to the contrary, Tar explained that in recent years he'd been grooming the mage to replace him. Not taking no for an answer, Tar empowered Gomurr, who manifested both the sigils of Crimson Dawn dominance and the ruby aura of dawn, signifying his rightful rulership. As Tar vanished from sight, Gomurr accepted his new role and teleported himself to the Crimson Dawn dimension where the Undercloaks immediately recognized him as their true ruler, instantly turning the tide much to Kuragari's shock. The demon attacked, but Gomurr once again showed his superiority by using the sigils on his hands to summon Tar's signature neon critters to overcome Kuragari. Defeated, Kuragari teleported away, uttering some vague threats to Psylocke, prompting Gomurr to reply "Ahhh, to Hell with ya!". In the aftermath, Gomurr sent the newly reunited Psylocke and Archangel home, shedding a quiet tear for having witnessed a happy ending.

Comments: Created by Scott Lobdell & Jeph Loeb (writers), Joe Madureira (pencils), Tim Townsend (inks).

    A possible explanation for Gomurr's long-livedness might be that he uses his magic to create host bodies (or, as he called them, "Earthen vessels"). He might also be able to possess other people and use their form, but if that's the case Wolverine killed a relatively innocent old woman during their encounter in Uncanny X-Men I#329.

    One can't help but notice an almost Jiminy Cricket-esque aspect to Gomurr as he tried to persuade Juggernaut to do the right thing. Seems only appropriate, considering they're both equally tall.

    The Ebon Vein is the name of the (sub)dimensional realm that contains the power source known as the Crimson Dawn (also called the lifeblood). It's never been explained if the proctor of the Crimson Dawn rules the entire Ebon Vein or if there are other factions.
    As for the Illuminated Path: also very little confirmed information, but it was the name of Gomurr's order and he was trained in their ways. Most likely similar to Margali and Jimaine Szardos and the Winding Way.  
    I'm still a little confused/ seemed to me that in the first stories, the Crimson Dawn was indeed a power source, but then later stories seemed to me as if the Crimson Dawn was a place, and the Ebon Vein the power source others could tap into...maybe I'm just crazy/senile--Snood.

    For Gomurr to have encountered Dr. Strange and Wolverine "over the centuries," it would pretty much have to involve time travel for the latter two, as Wolverine was born around 1890 and Dr. Strange in, in their lifespans and more appropriately, in their periods of activity, it really couldn't be more than "over the century" (singular).

    Thanks to Norvo for accepting my incessant requests that he profile Gomurr. --Snood

Profile by Norvo.

Gomurr should not be confused with

Gomurr's ghost ninjas

    Using something as innocent as a wisp of (water) vapor, Gomurr could create wraith-like ninjas to do his bidding. The creatures were superhumanly quick and agile, carried swords and other traditional ninja gear that despite being insubstantial, could cause substantial physical damage and injury. The ninjas could multiply themselves an unrevealed number of times, thereby ensuring they would eventually overwhelm any opponent. Like most creatures borne of magic, they were exceptionally vulnerable to metal.

--Uncanny X-Men I#329

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X-Men Unlimited I#12, p6, pan4 (main image)
X-Men Unlimited I#13 p47, pan2 (Gomurr the friendly ghost)
Uncanny X-Men I#329, p13, pan2 (closeup)
Uncanny X-Men I#329, p11, pan4 (earthen vessel)
X-Men Unlimited I#13, p48, pan2 (versus Juggernaut)
Psylocke & Archangel Crimson Dawn I#3, p21, pan1&2 (creates a teleportation portal)
Psylocke & Archangel Crimson Dawn I#4, p21, pan6 (as Proctor)
Uncanny X-Men I#329, p11, pan1 (Gomurr's ghost ninjas)

Uncanny X-Men I#329 (February 1996) - Scott Lobdell & Jeph Loeb (writers), Joe Madureira (pencils), Tim Townsend (inks)
Uncanny X-Men I#330 (March 1996) - Scott Lobdell & Jeph Loeb (writers), Joe Madureira (pencils), Tim Townsend (inks)
X-Men Unlimited I#12 (September 1996 - John Francis Moore (writer), Steve Epting (pencils), Ariel Olivetti (inks), Kelly Corvese (editor)
X-Men Unlimited I#13/2 (December 1996) - Jorge Gonzalez (writer), Greg Land (pencils), Mark McKenna (inks), Kelly Corvese (editor)

Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#1 (August 1997) - Ben Raab (writer), Salvador Larroca (pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Matt Idelson (editor)
Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#2 (September 1997) - Ben Raab (writer), Salvador Larroca (pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Matt Idelson (editor)
Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#3 (October 1997) - Ben Raab (writer), Salvador Larroca (pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Matt Idelson (editor)
Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn I#4 (November 1997) - Ben Raab (writer), Salvador Larroca (pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Matt Idelson (editor)

First Posted: 02/19/2014
Last updated: 02/20/2014

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