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Quicksilver Solved The X-Men’s Terrigen Mist Problem — In 1998?!

A forgotten issue of the late '90s Quicksilver ongoing shut down the Terrigen Mist dilemma in record time. The post Quicksilver Solved The X-Men’s Terrigen Mist Problem — In 1998?! appeared first on CBR.com.
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