The X-Men #15

    The X-Men » The X-Men #15 - Prisoners of the Mysterious Master Mold! released by Marvel on December 1, 1965.

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    The X-Men were fighting against the Sentinels at their hideout. After fighting they are captured and then enconter the Master Mold, the Sentinel that can create more Sentinels.

    The Master Mold use a machine to review Beast's memories and discover everythig about his past: he was a young boy that discovered his powers as a teen, and when on high school was a football star. When the people discovered that he had powers, they got angry on him. After professor Xavier had read about him in newspaper, he went to McCoy's house, talk to his parents and welcome him to the group he was starting, the X-Men. At this point, Xavier realizes Beast is talking to much about the X-Men and put him in a transe with his mental astral projection, but get almost killed in the process.

    Dr. Bolivar Trask is still captive of his creations, the Sentinels.



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    The Siege of Sentinel Headquarters 0

    The plot of this issue is simple but effective. The X-Men have discovered the Headquarters of the Sentinels on the outskirts of New York City. Now they orchestrate a regular siege, attempting to penetrate its defenses. With several Sentinels manning said defenses and using anything from flamethrowers to mechanical tentacles.   The X-Men get to showcase both their powers and their level of determination. Particularly Xavier: "I've spent years drumming into you-- Nothing is Impossible!" He seems t...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    X-Men: Days of Future's Past's Past 0

    After giving us one of the best issues of the early The X-Men last issue, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby follow it up with a pretty slipshod issue.To give you an idea of just some of the silliness of this issue:It begins with the Sentinels headquarters firing 'Nature Activator Rays' at the X-Men, causing ground to heave beneath them and boulders to randomly fly at them.In response to this, the X-Men flee a distance and then execute 'Plan G' (why is it always Plan G? I swear SHIELD, The Avengers and ev...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Discontinuity 0

    Again the Marvel Comics Group proves it has difficulties with multiple-part storylines.  There are some good moments in this issue, as with most of them, but the lack of planning/thinking-through who/what the Sentinels are becomes even more apparent than it was in their inaugural issue.  The Sentinels are supposed to be connected and aware of what is going on, but some of them do not know the X-Men are mutants or that they are even under attack, despite the fact the automatic defenses are blarin...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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