Marvel Masterworks: The X-Men Vol. 1-6 (2009-2014)

Written by: Stan Lee Pencils by: Jack Kirby

Collects Uncanny X-Men (1963) #1-10. See the X-Men from the very beginning with the debut of Cyclops, Angel, Beast, Iceman and Marvel Girl, Professor X’s teen team with a mission of peace and brotherhood for man and mutant, in their first battle with the Master of Magnetism, Magneto. Written by Stan The Man Lee and illustrated by Jack King Kirby, it’s super-hero adventure at its very best!

X-Men Masterworks v1 (2009) (Digital) (Kileko-Empire)
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Written by: Stan Lee , Roy Thomas Art by: Jack Kirby , Werner Roth , Alex Toth

Collects X-Men #11-21. See the first appearance of the unstoppable Juggernaut, the cosmic Stranger, the mutant Mimic, and in a classic three-part saga, the mutant-hunting robot Sentinels. And for good measure we’re topping it off with the return of Magneto and his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants!

X-Men Masterworks v2 (2009) (Digital) (Kileko-Empire)
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Written by: Roy Thomas Art by: Jay Gavin, Werner Roth, Jack Sparling Cover by: Werner Roth

Collects X-Men (1963) #22-31.

Witness the first appearance of X-Men mainstay Banshee and read the rare stories when a sixth mutant member, the Mimic, joined Professor X’s squad. Also featured are the beginnings of the long-ranging Factor Three saga, and the classic battle between Mimic and the Super-Adaptoid.

Marvel Masterworks – The X-Men v03 (2011) (Digital) (Kileko-Empire)
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Written by: Roy Thomas Art by: Dan Adkins, Ross Andru, Don Heck, Werner Roth Cover by: George Tuska

Collecting Uncanny X-Men (1963) #32-42.

The Juggernaut has returned to plague the X-Men! That’s not the only earth-shaking tale in store, though. There’s the X-Men vs. Spider-Man; an underworld battle against the Mole Man and Tyrannus; and the culmination of the Factor Three epic featuring the Changeling and the unbelievable Mutant Master. Plus, witness the brutal beast Grotesk kills Professor X before the eyes of Cyclops and the X-Men!

Marvel Masterworks – The X-Men v04 (2014) (Digital) (Kileko-Empire)
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Written by: Arnold Drake , Gary Friedrich , Jerry Siegel , Roy Thomas Art by: Don Heck , Werner Roth , Jim Steranko , George Tuska Cover by: Jim Steranko

Collects Uncanny X-Men (1963) #43-53, Avengers (1963) #53, Ka-Zar (1970) #2-3, Marvel Tales #30.

Get ready for a crash course in X-MEN, students! Lesson #1: It ain’t easy being a mutant. No sooner has their mentor, Professor X, died than Magneto and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants show up! Only a study in teamwork with the Avengers can help our grieving heroes make the grade. Lesson #2: Think twice before inviting family over. A friendly house call from the Juggernaut or Polaris, daughter of Magneto, isn’t an appealing off-campus adventure! Lesson #3: Battling enemies including Mesmero, Blastaar, Red Raven, Warlock and Computo may cause cramps. Be sure to stretch before jumping into this pool! And for extra credit, pull an all-nighter with the origins of Iceman and Beast, and a rare Angel solo story!

Marvel Masterworks – X-Men v05 (2014) (Digital) (Kileko-Empire)
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Written by: Roy Thomas Art by: Neal Adams Cover by: Neal Adams

Collects Uncanny X-Men (1963) #54-66.

The X-Men’s greatest adventures. Thrill to the introduction of mutant mainstay Havok, the vampiric villain Sauron, the Mutates and Sunfire; and battles against the Living Pharaoh and the Sentinels.

Marvel Masterworks – X-Men v06 (2014) (Digital) (Kileko-Empire)
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