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"X-Cutioner's Song" is a crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics' in twelve parts from the November 1992 to early 1993. It involved the Uncanny X-Men, X-Men (vol. 2), X-Factor, and X-Force.
Besides being the first major crossover of the X-Men books since the 1991 revamp that included the publication of X-Men (vol. 2) and X-Force #1, the story was heavily hyped regarding the writers revealing the origin of popular X-Men supporting cast member Cable.
Also, the main issues of the crossover were released in gimmick format; each issue was sold polybagged with a special trading card that featured Stryfe's personal views of key characters from the crossover. Because of this, the issues themselves were priced at $1.50, twenty-five cents more than their normal price of $1.25.

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