Bloodties, a 1993 Avengers/X-Men crossover and a direct sequel to the X-Men Fatal Attractions storyline. It details the fallout from Charles Xavier's infamous mindwipe of Magneto and Magneto's ultimate defeat. The story details a civil war between the human and mutant populations of Genosha, incited by Magneto's former protogé Fabian Cortez. Unaware of Magneto's incapacitation, Cortez attempted to shield himself from his former master's wrath by kidnapping Magneto's granddaughter Luna. However, as Luna's father Quicksilver had strong ties to the X-Men and her mother Crystal was a member of the Avengers, both teams became involved in the Genoshan conflict. The situation was further complicated by Magneto's lieutenant and self-proclaimed heir Exodus, who sought to kill both Cortez for his betrayal and Luna for "disgracing" Magneto's line by being merely human. One of the lasting effects of Bloodties was that the Avengers ceased to operate under a United Nations mandate.
This storyline was collected as a trade paperback (ISBN 0-7851-0103-9).