publication date: Friday, October 16, 2020 (part of Fall 2020)

category: Military

clue: During the Prohibition and WWII, there was practically no Cypher that couldn't be figured out by this celebrated cryptologist, who worked in partnership with her husband William.

difficulty: medium

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, LaVonne Lemler, Chris Lemler, Samir Mehta, Richard Slominsky, Denise Sawicki, and Erik Bates

X-Men Unlimited: Since its debut comic book in 1963, Marvel's X-Men franchise has grown expontentially in size and popularity, with countless mutant super-heroes and super-villains revolutionizing the genre and launching a hit series of movies and TV shows. Now, they're taking over the goo game: For the month of October, each goo is inspired by an X-Men character. Can you solve for X?

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