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When last we saw them, Mulder was trapped inside an ancient Aztec city in Alaska with a cannibal even crazier than Hannibal Lecter, and Scully was stuck outside in the freezing snow attempting to orchestrate their rescue. Read after the jump to find out how our favourite FBI agents escape from their latest predicament as we take a look at the conclusion to "Silent Cities of The Mind".

Title: Silent Cities of The Mind Part Two
Writer: Stefan Petrucha
Illustrator: Charles Adlard
Published: September 1995
Currently Available:X-Files Classics Volume 1

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Thanks to yesterday’s #BrideOfHannibal trailer we’re now even more excited for the season three premiere of Hannibal on June 4th. If you just can’t wait that long for a fresh slice of stylish horror then The Art and Making of Hannibal: The Television series was released by Titan yesterday. Take a look at the book behind the jump.

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After last month's single issue story we're back with a multi-parter: "Silent Cities of the Mind" which, incidentally, may have the best title of the series so far. Read after the jump to find out what happens when our favourite agents take a nice trip to the Alaskan wilderness.

Title: Silent Cities of The Mind Part One
Writer: Stefan Petrucha
Illustrator: Charles Adlard
Published: August 1995
Currently Available: X-Files Classics Volume 1

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In the previous episode of Scorpion, the monumental news of the Baghdad operation came to light. Cabe resigned, and Paige also decided to leave the team because of her fears of Ralph becoming Walter. This resulted in him grabbing a Ferrari loaned by Elia and driving like a madman to drain his frustrations, but trying to avoid a coyote, he ended up going off the road and down a cliff in the middle of the night.

Take the jump for the recap and review of Scorpion's season finale.

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Issue seven of the Topps The X-Files comic series takes a break from multiple issue arcs to deliver a single issue story pitting Mulder and Scully against a serial killer who's a real pain in the neck forehead. Read behind the jump for our review of issue #7 - "Trepanning Opera".

Title: Trepanning Opera
Writer: Stefan Petrucha
Illustrator: Charles Adlard
Published: July 1995
Currently Available: X-Files Classics Volume 1

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