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X-Men Volume 1 #69

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Condition: used 5.0 fine bottom of the spine damaged-First Published by Marvel in April 1971 - "The X-Men have been defeated and captured by the Sentinels leaving Professor X the only member of the group uncaptured. Having realized the errors of his ways, Trask denounces this, however Master Mold is unswayed, he then threatens to destroy a nearby town if Trask doesn't agree to build more Sentinels after showing him the power of his disintegrator beam. The Sentinels are caught off guard and trip over themselves as the X-Men gain the advantage and take out their captors with their Mutant powers. The X-Men make a break for it, however the Sentinels recover and fire their stun beams at the young Mutants knocking them out. Inside, the X-Men revive and are alerted telepathically by the Professor of the Sentinels weaknesses. Watching the destruction, the X-Men wonder what might have happened down there, completely unaware that Trask had learned the errors of his ways and sacrificed himself in order to save humanity from Sentinel domination. With the threat of the Sentinels over the X-Men are completely unaware that back at their mansion, someone lurks in the shadows waiting for their return to pose as a new threat to the group of Mutants."

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Title:
X-Men Volume 1 #69

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Condition: used 5.0 fine bottom of the spine damaged-First Published by Marvel in April 1971 - "The X-Men have been defeated and captured by the Sentinels leaving Professor X the only member of the group uncaptured. Having realized the errors of his ways, Trask denounces this, however Master Mold is unswayed, he then threatens to destroy a nearby town if Trask doesn't agree to build more Sentinels after showing him the power of his disintegrator beam. The Sentinels are caught off guard and trip over themselves as the X-Men gain the advantage and take out their captors with their Mutant powers. The X-Men make a break for it, however the Sentinels recover and fire their stun beams at the young Mutants knocking them out. Inside, the X-Men revive and are alerted telepathically by the Professor of the Sentinels weaknesses. Watching the destruction, the X-Men wonder what might have happened down there, completely unaware that Trask had learned the errors of his ways and sacrificed himself in order to save humanity from Sentinel domination. With the threat of the Sentinels over the X-Men are completely unaware that back at their mansion, someone lurks in the shadows waiting for their return to pose as a new threat to the group of Mutants."

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Fair
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Paperback
Publisher:
Marvel
Title:
X-Men Volume 1 #69

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