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House of X #1

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Pepe Larraz Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 24, 2019 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 32 User Reviews: 121
9.2Critic Rating
9.4User Rating

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FACE THE FUTURE! Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman (SECRET WARS, AVENGERS, FANTASTIC FOUR) takes the reins of the X-Men universe! Since the release of Uncanny X-Men #1, there have been four seminal moments in the history of the X-Men. Giant-Sized X-Men. X-Men. Age of Apocalypse. New X-Men. Four iconic series that introduced a new era for Marvel's mutants and revolutionized the X-Men. In House of X, Charles Xavier reveals his master plan for mutantkind...one that will bring mutants out of the shadow of mankind and into the light once more.
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  • 10
    All-Comic - Jeremy Matcho Jul 25, 2019

    House of X is the X-Men story fans have been salivating for. Read Full Review

  • 10
    You Don't Read Comics - David Harth Jul 24, 2019

    House Of X #1 is pretty much everything X-Men fans could wish for. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Following The Nerd - Shane Michael Aug 18, 2019

    If you've felt that the X-universe as been lacklustre in the last several years, I believe this is a perfect place to once again give those merry mutants another try. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Rogues Portal - Gregory Brothers Jul 26, 2019

    There is a lot going on in House of X #1, yet it feels concise. There is nothing that feels like filler. Instead, by the end of the book, the new status quo feels established. At the same time, it is obvious that Hickman is placing clues to the overall picture of this story. Hickman takes the time to establish the X-Men within the current Marvel universe confirming that this is not an alternative reality. Fans who have been waiting for the next instant classic like Morrison's run should be pleased with this first chapter for Hickman and company. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Black Nerd Problems - Ja-Quan Greene Jul 26, 2019

    From the periodic breaks in the story that provide context and explanations to Charles and Magneto finally coming to terms with their differing ideological opinions, House of X holds back nothing and is the start of so much greatness to come. Read Full Review

  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Jamie Lovett Jul 24, 2019

    The era of X-Men has arrived. It's fascinating, it's well-drawn and well-colored, it has great character moments, and it has direction. But it is not the X-Men as you've ever seen them before. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Jul 27, 2019

    House of X #1 delivers everything I hoped it would and more. It's the real deal in terms of revamping the X-Men into something bigger and hopefully better. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Kabooooom - Marcus Hammond Jul 24, 2019

    Every inch of this issue is intriguing and a sign of good things for the future of the X-Men. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bookcase - Zack Quaintance Jul 24, 2019

    A landmark comic and a mission statement about how thoughtful, complex, and fascinating graphic sequential writing can be while also honoring core concepts of beloved long-running Read Full Review

  • 10
    Pop Culture Uncovered - soshillinois Jul 25, 2019

    As someone who was already likely to love this comic, I was satisfied. I did not expect to be blown away as much as I was here. This is the beginning of an X-Men run youll only see once in a generation. Hickman is playing for keeps here and I aim to be there from start to finish. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics: The Gathering - Ryan.L Jul 24, 2019

    'House of X' is bold, risky, unconventional, but also absolutely genius. I have been reading X-Men since I was a kid and I am so elated with joy! This is my X-Men and they’re back! I honestly believe House of X is a huge contender to be the best book you read all year, it’s that good. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Brandon J. Griffin Jul 24, 2019

    This is not a drill. HOUSE OF X is the most important X-Men comic in 30 years. ALL HAIL LORD HICKMAN. Read Full Review

  • 10
    AiPT! - Ritesh Babu Jul 24, 2019

    A daring, ambitious leap forward for mutantkind that feels like a successor to Morrison while also being utterly unique, building a world truly of the future. Read Full Review

  • 9.9
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jul 24, 2019

    Pepe Larraz has some beautiful and captivating art in this issue. Both Larrazs art and Gracias colors explode on the page. Everything from the characters to the backgrounds is filled with gorgeous details and the art is enhanced exponentially by the shadows and colors. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Jul 25, 2019

    It's a very promising start, and highly recommended! Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    411Mania - Jeremy Thomas Jul 25, 2019

    Make no mistake: this is big, ballsy and ambitious storytelling. But that's what we've come to expect from Hickman, and he hits every right note, at least in this first issue. How he follows up will be a key here, but issue #1 has left me more intrigued and excited for my favorite band of mutants than I have been in a long, long time. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Comic Watch - Bethany W Pope Jul 24, 2019

    This is the beginning of a multifoliate, gorgeously complex story, one which looks like it will change the franchise for many years to come. The art is wonderful enough to live up to that burden. Pick this issue up. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Sequential Planet - Marcus Orchard Jul 24, 2019

    House of X #1 is bold and smart. More importantly, it is entertaining and awe-inspiring. For the first time in a while, X-Men fans will find themselves with a sense of hope that doesn't feel hollow. This issue isn't perfect, but it is simply one of the best X-Men experiences in nearly a decade. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Jul 26, 2019

    So the X-Men are back, yet in all reality, they are not quite back, given that this book will lead to the start of a new wave of X-books. Fans will have to wait for yet another two mini-series to run their course before you get to see them in all their ZZAP, SNIKT and BAMF glory. At least with Hickman involved here and in future books, there feels likes there is some point in actually reading both House Power of X. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - Jim Werner Jul 24, 2019

    This is the X-Men book Ive been waiting for since starting the site and podcast. Its not perfect, but its damn near close. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Beyond The Panel - Jideobi Odunze Jul 25, 2019

    If you were hesitant about the direction of the X-Books like me? Then House of X #1 might begin to ease your worries. It may be too soon to drop your guard until Powers of X comes out next week, but for now this feels like the start of something memorable in the X-Men's history. Without a doubt this is one of the strongest debuts for an X-Men book next to X-Men: Red. This is the time to genuinely fight the urges that past writers fell prey to. We need new, but we also need what makes the X-Men who they are at the core. This is them fighting the kind of fight that they should have long ago. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Jul 24, 2019

    Whether the Children of the Atom prove to be angels or devils, there's something exciting and strange about trying to make sense of Jonathan Hickman's new scripture " it's a brave new world for the House of X, and it's one X-fans will absolutely love exploring. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    Multiversity Comics - Rowan Grover Jul 25, 2019

    Hickman, Larraz and Gracia bring Marvel's mutants into a magnificent new era that feels genuinely fresh and exciting. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jul 24, 2019

    House of X #1 serves as a jolt of adrenaline to the X-Men franchise in a way only Jonathan Hickman can deliver. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Word Of The Nerd - Brent Jackson Jul 24, 2019

    House of X #1 was a hard review for me in the writing. Like most of Hickman's stuff is, it is dense and high-concept and usually takes a while for a payoff. I like it and don't like it at the same time. It has me very interested to see what he has in store down the line and what happens with Marvel's mutants. Which is a very good thing to do. At the same time, I don't know how enjoyable the single issues are. The art is good; while not my favorite style, it looks good and has some great detail throughout the issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Beat - Joe Grunenwald Jul 24, 2019

    This is a challenging comic, but in the way that I want comics to be challenging, filled with new concepts and spins on existing character, and challenges to the form itself. I can't wait to read more of Hickman's take on the X-Men. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Scott Cederlund Jul 29, 2019

    House of X #1 is a largely exhilarating, sometimes frustrating, and often chilling start to this latest iteration of the mutant story. Hickman, Larraz and Gracia begin the newest cold war between mutants and humans, all without firing one single optic blast or a popping of adamantium claws. This creative team relies on big ideas, skillful execution and the excitement of the new to pull their readers into this new day of X. Welcome to the new age of mutants. Hope you survive the experience. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Daniel Gehen Jul 30, 2019

    On its own, HoX is a captivating but often confusing read akin to the first piece of a jigsaw puzzle. How it all fits together " especially when read with Powers of X " is yet to be seen, but in the meantime there are great little character moments that provide short-term satisfaction. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Jul 25, 2019

    If you have never read an X-Men comic before due to the ridiculously convoluted continuity then do not fear. I highly encourage you to hop aboard House of X #1. If you are a lapsed X-Men reader then I definitely encourage you to give House of X #1 a try. Hickman has something special in store for readers with his plans for the X-Men franchise. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Pierce Lydon Jul 25, 2019

    The X-Men feel (almost) all-new and all-different for the first time in a while, and that's an exciting prospect. Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Jul 28, 2019

    Aside from distracting lettering, it's got a lot going for it, but it's a really overwhelming introduction that almost sinks the successes of the visual storytelling. Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    Graphic Policy - Brett Jul 24, 2019

    House of X #1 isn't a bad comic. It's also not quite a good comic either. House of X #1 is a hell of a deviation from releases just last week. It's almost too bold with little progression from what has come before and such a jump that it leaves readers a bit confused. There isn't an evolution to this point, it's a clean break leaving too many questions unanswered. Maybe we'll get those answers in Powers of X #1, the sister series to this one. Hickman generally sees his greatest writing strength as part of the big picture, not individual chapters. As is, this is both an exciting direction and a bit of a headscratcher. Read Full Review

  • 10
    thecomiccookebook Jul 24, 2019

    Hickman's back at Marvel and doesn't disappoint. The structure and interior design (which are found in his indie books like Black Monday Murders and East of West) work beautifully in this X-book. I get the sense that Hickman will be able to go nuts and truly make the X-line significant and worth reading again. I'm also pleased to see rising star Pepe Larraz on this high profile book and compliments Hickman's writing. Can't wait for more and is already in the running to be one of my favorite series of the year.

  • 10
    mynameisraj Jul 24, 2019

    • Fresh Start literally anyone can pick this up.
    • The art is top notch.
    • Hickman’s one page interludes give you insight as to what new elements he’s adding to the X-Men mythos.
    • The voices for each character feels genuine and real.
    • Pacing is excellent as well, I was able to take my time with the book and it felt fast despite being a larger book.

  • 10
    Anotherfan Jul 24, 2019

    "You have new gods now"

    Damn, that was incredible. I was overhyped and I'm not disapointed a single second. They said it and seeing this issue it will be true : they're going to change mutant in a big way.
    They are too many things in this issue to detail everything ( big up to the data pages who were extremely well made especially the Omega one ). Hickman really is one of kind writer and he is creating a gigantic story and I'm onboard for wahtever it will be.
    The introduction was perfect.
    Magneto was perfect.
    Cyclops was perfect.
    Pepe Larraz is at his best.
    Gracia's colors were perfect.
    There is enough information to understand but so many things you can only theorized about. I'm not especiall more

  • 10
    Billyndo Jul 24, 2019

    there are no words to describe PERFECTION

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    Antonio Jul 24, 2019

    I have been an X-Fan since I was a child, despite that, I did not have the opportunity to read the great mutant events in real time, so I have been waiting for this for a long time, it certainly feels different and promises many things to future, its reading leaves the reader wanting to know more and that is good, I really hope that Hickman returns to the mutants to the position they deserve. Larraz and Gracia are perfect, I still don't understand how they are not in the new series, I suppose they will participate in the second wave, or at least I hope so.

  • 10
    allenquanobi Jul 24, 2019

    I don't know what to say that hasn't been said by anyone else. This is definitely worth the hype, one of the best x men issues in the past couple years and it's only the first one. If this is gonna be an example of what's to come, X-Men will be in amazing hands. Story and art both top notch

  • 10
    Maker Jul 24, 2019

    AWESOME!

  • 10
    Dennis G. Morales Jul 24, 2019

    Thank you Jonathan Hickman for finally making me read X-Men comics. From the infographics to the mature storytelling, this is not only going to be a monumental X-Men era, but an era that will be remembered for decades to come.

  • 10
    theregoesjodi Jul 24, 2019

    I hopped on board the Hickman train midway through his Avengers run and I haven't gotten off since, so I'm very pleased to say HoX #1 lives up to the hype and then some. Hickman seamlessly blends traditional superhero storytelling with a sci-fi political thriller, with plenty of help from Pepe Larraz and Marte Gracia's gorgeous art, Clayton Cowles' subtle lettering, and some truly excellent graphic design from Tom Muller.
    When it comes to the massive paradigm shift for mutantkind introduced here (which I won't elaborate on, pick up the book yourself), the creative team manages to walk the tonal tightrope between the joyous wonder shared by the mutants and the paranoia of humankind, the natural fear of being replaced as the dominant spe more

  • 10
    Linkush Jul 26, 2019

    Damn

  • 9.5
    Silver Rocket Jul 24, 2019

    I've never thought that I would enjoy an X-Men book again.

  • 9.5
    Herptydoo Jul 24, 2019

    This issue absolutely drips with every page. Haven't been this excited about X-men for a long time.

  • 10
    AdmiralCooki3 Jul 24, 2019

    By nearly every metric, this is the best Marvel mag I’ve read in a very long time.

  • 10
    barnes Jul 24, 2019

    Woah, just getting back into reading books weekly and this has got me hooked. Amazing world building out of the gate, leaving me wanted to know more. Can't wait for more.

  • 9.5
    Spacey Medicine Sep 3, 2019

    Really good first issue tbh, totally into it.

  • 9.0
    Super-Adaptoid Jul 24, 2019

    I honestly don’t know how to rate this, so I picked a 9.

    First, I’m old enough to have read Uncanny from GS1 on, and I still feel the Claremont/Byrne run is the stuff that comic dreams are made of. Holds up well even today.

    Where Hickman is concerned, I wasn’t really a fan of his FF or Avengers stuff. Wasn’t bad but wasn’t great...to me. I also haven’t been an X-books reader since Whedon I think. With that, I just sat down and read this first issue.

    I’m not sure I’ve read a comic like this before. I don’t know what to think. It’s very cinematic, very real, very smart. Did I like it? I must have...my impulse was to give it a 9...I guess I’m a little stunned to figure out where I stand on more

  • 10
    Forge Jul 24, 2019

    Yes please.

  • 10
    freemanlouis7 Jul 24, 2019

    It was excellent through out, I can not wait for the next issue.

  • 10
    cooperisduhace Jul 24, 2019

    This is my first X-Men issue and holy boy its too good! I always read Jonathan Hickman and he doesn't disappoint here. X-Men have this really creepy vibe that seems to be the start of them being the next threat or savior. Krakoa is really interesting in concept especially with the new language that Hickman made. All the characters had great moments especially Cyclops and Magneto. Charles saying "Welcome Home, Jean" was a particular touching moment. Can't wait for next weeks Powers of X!

  • 10
    YourGreenMuse Jul 25, 2019

    Really spectacular start. The world building here is great and it brings mutants to a really cool place, and all the baggage that comes with that is on display. I can't wait to see what comes next.

  • 10
    Ryan Jul 25, 2019

    House of X 1 is the single best X-Men comic since 2007’s Giant-Size Astonishing X-Men, more than 12 years ago. This opening issue to Hickman’s grand epic is mostly world building, and HOLY SHIT is Jonathan Hickman good at world building. This entire issue was a blast to read, as I eagerly tried to decipher the Krakaon mutant language and marveled about how detailed this whole issue was. Somehow, Hickman introduces the entire Krakaon civilization, culture, and language in on issue as well as Orphis. Hickman’s interior design is absolutely awesome and House of X has returned Mutants to the center of the Marvel Universe

  • 10
    sebastianorellana95 Jul 25, 2019

    The best beginning of a story of the X-Men I have read.

  • 10
    Grifter Jul 25, 2019

    M A S T E R P I E C E

  • 10
    RBL Jul 27, 2019

    This right here, this is it, chief.

  • 10
    PsychoFreak01 Jul 29, 2019

    Hickman's gonna make X-Men Great again, just like he did with F4 and Avengers.

  • 10
    Dark Boy Jul 29, 2019

    HOUSE OF X #1 is one of the Best Comics that I've Read! I HIGHLY Recommend you read this Comic Book. Jonathan Hickman's Comics Are ALWAYS great comics, and this one starts a new era in X-Men World!

  • 10
    johnavenger Jul 29, 2019

    I’ve never read such a beautifully complex X-Men comic in my life. It perfectly explains the current stats quo and landscape the X-Men are living in. The art is very visually appealing and the amount of references to House of M and the past 20 years of X-Men history is a win in the nostalgia department. Another thing this first issue masterfully pulls off is how interactive the comic is. It truly grasps the reader and engagingly locks the reader into the story. I can’t wait to learn more about where this is going.

  • 10
    BRhino Jul 30, 2019

    A strong story for a new X-men beginning........

  • 10
    gustave154 Aug 6, 2019

    Yup X-Men is back baby

  • 10
    ooo Aug 6, 2019

    Everything about this book makes me tingle. The artwork, story, design the X is back on top

  • 10
    Tafi.co Aug 22, 2019

    I know "10/10" always appears overly-generous but... I started reading X-Men at Uncanny issue #171 and my current collection of X-related comics (inc. limited runs, Wolverines, Cable & Deadpool titles, etc.) sits at over 4000 issues. I don't know what else to give this other than a 10-- I honestly can't think of a better piece of writing, and I don't know how the art could be better.

    If you like a big, deep story with great twists and turns, Hickman is simply the best!

  • 9.5
    Bill Blaze Jul 24, 2019

    Damn fine writing. Art is top notch. The whole package is phenomenal. I thoroughly enjoyed experiencing this issue. Great work and props to this creative team.

  • 9.5
    Kalaoui Jul 25, 2019

    Now this is as Hickmanesque as it gets and I love it! The X-men certainly needed new ideas and this is it in my humble opinion. Bold and creative and dense and my kinda comic book. Imagery, charts and sequences that soothe my researcher mind.
    The art is trully what makes me love it because I have never seen Magneto's cloak look that good and that's just one of the thousands of details that jumped at me in Pepe Larraz's art. Fantastic artist is understatement. He improved his art and I thought it was great before. Gracia's colors are always a perfect match to Larraz's style.
    Highyly recommend it if you like Hickamn's style.

  • 9.5
    Onomatopoeia Jul 26, 2019

    I feel like I'm reading mythology being built out of the rubble of past failures. This is a reboot that doesn't seem forced like the films, instead I feel like I'm being reintroduced to old friends I haven't seen in years. You can tell that Hickman is passionate about the characters and giving them the respect they've been due. Please please please keep this up.

  • 9.0
    flodid Jul 24, 2019

    A very strong rebirth issue for the X-men. Generally I'm not a big fan of Jonathan Hickman, as his narration can sometimes get a bit too confusing for my taste, but on this one I got more and more engrossed in his world building. Larraz's art is excellent, as usual. Now let's hope that Marvel does deliver on these good promises... At least I'm hopeful for the X-Men series.

  • 9.0
    EDiakota Jul 25, 2019

    "You have new gods now."

  • 9.0
    Dorival Jul 26, 2019

    A great start!

  • 9.0
    DayDreamer Jul 26, 2019

    I will say this was an overall good issue. For once, this feels like a start that really will give the X-Men direction again. The art by Larraz and Gracia is wonderful and the Director's Cut features the scripts from Hickman, along with Inks by Larraz and raw colored pages, which is definitely a must have for people who really love beautiful artwork.

    So far things seem perfect for the mutants, but despite how peaceful things seem, there is an ominous feel to the entire new world that will probably reveal itself later. The only negative I could think to give the book is Sabretooth. He's one of my top favorites (when well-written), so I am very critical of the character. If anyone's voice seemed a bit off, it was his. I got Greg P more

  • 9.0
    The 20 Issue Ceiling Jul 31, 2019

    Really good world building and an interesting plot.

  • 9.0
    GTMedia Reviews Aug 3, 2019

    House of X #1 is the highly anticipated X-Men Comic from Jonathan Hickman, one of the greatest writers in modern comics. The comic is really good on its own merits but wasn't quite what I expecting. House of X #1 Feels more like a Zero Issue or -1 than an actual #1

    The general premise is that Xavier has discovered a Miracle drug and will exchange it with humanity in exchange for a sovereign state for mutants. 
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    Right off of the bat we've seen shades of this story before, Most notably when Mutants operated out of "Utopia". What sets this story apart is that Hickman is a truly special writer. The narrative is so dense it's hard to not to be entertained and also intrigued by the morsels dropped throughout more

  • 9.0
    Valiant Son Aug 16, 2019

    A great opening to a new chapter in the story of the X-Men. As a Chris Claremont devotee, this is a
    Quite different and I can't help but still feel pangs of nostalgia for those glory days. However, accepting that things must move on, this looks to be a great way of doing it and I'm really pleased that Professor X is shaping up to be a real dick, because he always was!

  • 9.0
    BushwickBrawler Sep 10, 2019

    Incredible.

  • 8.0
    DDJamesB Jul 25, 2019

    The beginning was a little hard to get into but it slowly got very interesting. I like the idea of it. Ive never read an X-Men comic in my life but, I heard the hype and tried it out. Not dissapointed.

  • 8.0
    egon244 Jul 28, 2019

    "You have new gods now"

    Man, was this thing hard to get through. X-Men books have an unnaturally high access point. The task of getting into those books ranges from difficult to nigh impossible and this one is no different. It's so dense and packed. My X-Men timeline stopped around the time when they got House of M'ed. Kinda fitting to get back into it with House of X.

    The issue itself is great. The story doesn't waste time on expositions (which can be a little troubling) but the few information pages do help a bit. Writing is good as well, if not overly wordy sometimes, and keeps the story going at a nice pace. I wonder about those pods/cocoons from the beginning. Are some of the X-Men in this issue really are who the more

  • 7.5
    janvanhamme Aug 7, 2019

    Hickman calques himself.
    This comic book is a mash-up of old Hickman's ideas. The superhero threat on Krakoa is exactly what Hickman did in The Ultimates. The big head was Reed Richards and instead of Krakoa there was a big city under the dome. New symbols and new language apperas in every Hickman's book like Black Monday Murders and Avengers/New Avengers (Captain Univere used it). There we have new kind of plants which were used in The Ultmiates and the idea of mutants who take over the Earth as a higher evolution species (Xorn and Zorn).
    I think I am fed up with Hickman. He brings nothing new.

  • 7.5
    rayonymous Aug 31, 2019

    I haven't particularly reviewed any Marvel comics as of yet although I'm somewhat familiar with the universe and this series seemed impossible not to notice since the word of mouth is highly positive. I picked this up also because of the 'fresh start' nature of it. I have to say I'm impressed with the art and the amount of details in building the environment for the mutants. The classification of the mutants, their powers and the system including several organisations' involvement in it may seem too much for an ordinary reader. I don't know if it lives up to the hype for me but it was good, I wouldn't say great, the writing is smooth nonetheless.

  • 6.5
    Gizmo Sep 2, 2019

    This features the cold, impersonal tone that I've come to expect from Hickman, which is largely the reason that his writing style doesn't click for me. There is plenty of world-building and graphic design, which he thrives at, but very little narrative to speak of thus far. The art is okay, but the expressions are stiff and the inks too thick in some panels.

  • 5.5
    Full Spread Aug 14, 2019

    Hickman's reserved, pompous style doesn't fit X-Men very well. I'm no X-Men fanatic, but encasing them in an exposition and world-building heavy plot comes across as, ironically, life-less. Where's the #drama? The soap opera shenanigans? Instead this feels like a wannabe Dune, with equally distant characters.

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