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Left Unresolved – Do the X-Men Still Have a Frozen Lady in Their Freezer?

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In this feature, I spotlight storylines that have been, well, left unresolved. Click here for an archive of all storylines featured so far.

Today, based on a suggestion by reader Peyton, we look at how the X-Men have had a frozen woman in their mansion for years now…

It’s funny, this could be almost a Provide Some Answers, as well, as this also sort of resolves an old plot from Uncanny X-Men #232 (by Chris Claremont, Marc Silvestri and Dan Green), where we meet a preacher and his wife, who is suffering from arthritis…



Later, her arthritis is healed and it is implied that it is from the Brood’s involvement in the story, but it’s not explicit…



And that was it until 1996’s X-Men vs. the Brood mini-series by John Ostrander, Bryan Hitch and Paul Neary, where we see what happened…



Go to the next page to see what happened next!

You see, unlike other Brood Queens, Hannah is able to fight their control…


Wolverine, though, doesn’t believe it…


The issue is that the Brood send some people to kill Hannah. She figures maybe she SHOULD die, to save the others…


At the end of the series, though, they come up with another solution to killing her…




And that’s it for Hannah. The X-Mansion has exploded about 147 times since then, so she’s probably dead, but who knows for sure? Not me! Why? Because it is…duh duh duhhhhhhhh…UNRESOLVED!!!

Thanks for the suggestion, Peyton! If anyone else has an idea for a future installment, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com