Fatal Attractions was a mega-crossover X-Men event that celebrated Marvel's merry mutant's 30th anniversary, and featured a handful of big moments and events that shaped the X-Men mythos for the rest of the decade to follow plus. The storyline of Fatal Attractions features Magneto crossing the line, prompting the X-Men to make a final stand against him, and culminating in Professor Xavier doing to his one-time friend what he thought he'd never be able to do beforehand. Loaded with historic moments, including Colossus joining Magneto's Acolytes, Cable getting stripped to his very core, and a face-off between Wolverine and Magneto that strips him of his adamantium and first revealed a huge secret of his past, this crossover never managed to disappoint. Re-reading the whole thing now in this handsome Omnibus, which features a bevy of extra issues that set the stage for the event and wrap things up in the aftermath of which, Fatal Attractions surprisingly still manages to hold up pretty well. A number of 80s/90s X-Men events don't hold up that good anymore sadly (X-Tinction Agenda, Operation: Zero Tolerance), so seeing that Fatal Attractions does puts quite the smile on my face. There's a bevy of talent behind this crossover, including the usual lineup of X-people like Fabian Nicieza, Scott Lobdell, and Chris Bachalo, plus Peter David, Joe Quesada, Larry Hama, and the great John Romita Jr. All in all, if you have fond memories of this 90s X-crossover, do yourself a favor and pick this up, you won't be disappointed.