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The X-Men are taking Jean to Metro College, when they see an orphanage on fire. They stop the car and save the children. At the same time, in Central America, El Tigre and his helpers are looking for Mayan gold of Kukulcan. They find gold and a precious stone, witch El Tigre keeps with him. At night, his helpers try to steal him, but suddenly he uses his new powers of the stone on them. Back to NY, El Tigre is trying to steal the pendant of Kukulcan from the museum. Professor X discovers his plans with the help of Cerebro, and the X-Men go after him to try stopping him. After defeating Beast, Iceman, Angel and Cyclops, El Tigre finally steals the pendant. After he uses it on himself, he becomes then Kukulcan himself, an old Maya God.

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Charles Xavier: Orphanage Expert 0

And ... back to sucking. I take it in the late '60s, people didn't think about things like "would the Spanish-speaking population of the world be offended by our belittling everything about them from their language to their beliefs to their behavior?" Okay, yes, Kukulkan is a real Mayan deity, and Roy Thomas knew that 40 years before user-constructed encyclopedias - one point for him. However ... there's everything else about the issue. It starts off extremely promising: in nice continuity, the ...

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Not much of a story 0

Sometimes you read a story and feel that a creative writer has had numerous ideas for plot points. But that he/she struggles with how to include them all within an issue or two. Sometimes you read a story and get the impression that all points of significance could be covered within five or ten pages. Not an entire issue.   In the case of this issue, I get the impression that there was not much of a story to be told. It has so many filler scenes to accompany a simple and predictable main plot.  ...

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