X-Men #14 Values
Publisher: Marvel, 1965
About X-Men #14First appearance of the Sentinels. Jack Kirby cover, inked by Wally Wood. Interior layouts by Kirby.
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Characters: The X-Men [Professor X; Cyclops; Marvel Girl [Jean Grey]; Angel; Beast; Iceman]; Sentinels
Pencils: Jack Kirby
Inks: Wally Wood
Colors: Stan Goldberg ?
Letters: Sam Rosen
Notes: Sources for letters credit are The Marvel Comics Index (Olshevsky 1981), The Official Marvel Index to the X-Men (Olshevsky 1987), The Official Marvel Index to the X-Men (Ward 1994), and Official Index to the Marvel Universe (Vandal et al. 2009).
Characters: The X-Men [Professor X; Cyclops; Marvel Girl [Jean Grey]; Angel; Beast; Iceman]; Sentinels (introduction); Dr. Bolivar Trask (introduction); Zelda; Mr. Worthington; Mrs. Worthington
Synopsis: After their battle with the Juggernaut, Xavier sends the X-Men on vacation. Reading a story in the paper about Dr. Trask and the mutant menace, Professor X calls for a televised debate with the anthropologist. During the broadcast, Trask unveils his Sentinels, robots built to capture and nullify mutants. The Sentinels proclaim themselves superior to humans and prepare to take over. Xavier calls his X-Men to help. When one of the Sentinels falls, the giant robots capture Trask and return to their base. The X-Men follow and find a hidden complex with weaponry aimed directly at them.
Script: Stan Lee
Pencils: Jack Kirby (layouts); Werner Roth [as Jay Gavin] (pencils)
Inks: Vince Colletta
Letters: Artie Simek
Reprints: X-Men (Marvel, 1963 series) #68 (February 1971)
Notes: Continued in X-Men 15.
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