UNCANNY X-MEN #14
Marvel | Back To Uncanny X-Men | November 1965 | Volume 1 | USA | 205 Owned
First Appearance of the Sentinels.

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November 1965
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Silver
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$.12
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  • 1st APPEARANCE of The "SENTINELS"
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 AMONG US STALK...THE SENTINELS 
The X-Men are still recovering from injuries sustained in their battle against the Juggernaut; the Professor examines them and gives all the recovering X-Men a clean bill of health. However, this would only prove to be a minor reprieve for the X-Men, because at that very moment, scientist Bolivar Trask is holding a press conference to denounce the Mutant race as a menace to humanity that must be crushed. The press eats it up and Trask's paranoid rants end up landing on the front page of newspapers all over America.

Back at the X-Mansion, the X-Men change out of their uniforms and conceal their mutant natures; they prepare to depart on a much needed holiday. Jean leaves with Warren, leaving Scott to wonder how he can compete with his rich and handsome teammate for Jean's affections. When Hank and Bobby offer an invite for Scott to join them, Summers declines and departs on his lonesome, passing the newspaper to Professor Xavier before leaving.

Opening the paper, Xavier is horrified to find Trask's epitaph against mutants complete with a wild story about how mutants will take over and enslave humanity. Feeling that this will bring about anti-mutant hysteria, the Professor calls the National Television Network to arrange a televised debate between himself and Trask over the supposed Mutant threat.
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