Crux est un comics publié par CrossGen, scénarisé par Mark Waid puis Chuck Dixon et dessiné par Steve Epting, qui dura 33 épisodes.

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  • Crux est un comics publié par CrossGen, scénarisé par Mark Waid puis Chuck Dixon et dessiné par Steve Epting, qui dura 33 épisodes.
  • For the Marvel Comics character, see Cerebro's X-Men.Crux is an American comic book published by CrossGen Entertainment from May 2001 to February 2004. It was cancelled due to bankruptcy in 2004. Crux was one of the later titles that came first in a sort of second wave of Crossgen titles which included Sojourn and Brath. It detailed the exploits of six Atlanteans who were put into stasis and are awoken 100, 000 years later.
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  • Crux est un comics publié par CrossGen, scénarisé par Mark Waid puis Chuck Dixon et dessiné par Steve Epting, qui dura 33 épisodes.
  • For the Marvel Comics character, see Cerebro's X-Men.Crux is an American comic book published by CrossGen Entertainment from May 2001 to February 2004. It was cancelled due to bankruptcy in 2004. Crux was one of the later titles that came first in a sort of second wave of Crossgen titles which included Sojourn and Brath. It detailed the exploits of six Atlanteans who were put into stasis and are awoken 100, 000 years later.
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  • Crux (comics)
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