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X-Men Volume 1 #84

£39.99

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Condition: used 9.0 Near Mint bottom and back cover slightly torn - First Published by Marvel in October 1973 - "As Hank fights off the intruders, the other X-Men are in the lower levels of the mansion trying figuring out a plan on how to get to Europe and face their foes Factor Three and rescue the Professor. With the immediate problem solved, the X-Men have Warren call his parents to try and get them the money they need to fly to Europe, but find that the Worthington's have gone on a Caribbean Cruise. Adding insult to injury, when the X-Men change back to their civilian guises they find that the Professor's Royals Royce has been towed, and they haven't enough money to meet up with Hank and Bobby who have been trying to find a source of money in Greenwich Village. Departing from Tom, the X-Men cannot help but note that Tom has spent their encounter bemoaning being underprivileged in spite of the fact that he is wearing brand new clothing and driving a brand new vehicle. Mekano easily overpowers the X-Men and continues his rampage. Upon planting his feet on the groud, Mekano is approached not only by the police and the X-Men, but also his father Mr. Regal, who reveals Mekano to be his son. In thanks, Mr. Regal offers the X-Men an award for their help in stopping his son's rampage."

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Marvel
Title:
X-Men Volume 1 #84

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Condition: used 9.0 Near Mint bottom and back cover slightly torn - First Published by Marvel in October 1973 - "As Hank fights off the intruders, the other X-Men are in the lower levels of the mansion trying figuring out a plan on how to get to Europe and face their foes Factor Three and rescue the Professor. With the immediate problem solved, the X-Men have Warren call his parents to try and get them the money they need to fly to Europe, but find that the Worthington's have gone on a Caribbean Cruise. Adding insult to injury, when the X-Men change back to their civilian guises they find that the Professor's Royals Royce has been towed, and they haven't enough money to meet up with Hank and Bobby who have been trying to find a source of money in Greenwich Village. Departing from Tom, the X-Men cannot help but note that Tom has spent their encounter bemoaning being underprivileged in spite of the fact that he is wearing brand new clothing and driving a brand new vehicle. Mekano easily overpowers the X-Men and continues his rampage. Upon planting his feet on the groud, Mekano is approached not only by the police and the X-Men, but also his father Mr. Regal, who reveals Mekano to be his son. In thanks, Mr. Regal offers the X-Men an award for their help in stopping his son's rampage."

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Marvel
Title:
X-Men Volume 1 #84

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