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The X-Men fight against the Grotesk, the last survivor of a race (the Sub-Humans) that once had lived in the interior of Earth.

2nd story: Jack O'Diamonds wants Scott Summers to help him with his evil plan and to fight against Professor Xavier. Jack O'Diamonds successfully turns himself into a Living Diamond.

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Building up Suspense 0

This issue is pretty much devoted to building up suspense for the next. Introducing some tensions among the X-Men, a rather nihilistic villain and a device which can supposedly destroy a planet. I I rather like the results, though the artwork could be better. Anyway, the story has some strong points - The story opens at midnight, within the subway system of New York City. A giant figure steps right before a speeding train. He derails the charging "monster" with minimal effort. Passengers of the ...

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How a B-Story can Save an A-Story 0

Desperate to find a way to outdo his own inanity with Frankenstein's Monster, Roy Thomas follows up with a tribute to an age when comics were not very good, drawn by Dick Ayers, whose drawings are also sub-mediocre. Grotesk wanders the metro lines and suddenly remembers he is the sole surviving prince of an under-ground race who ruled the caverns for millennia, only to be wiped out by tremors from an underground radiation explosion done by the US, which wiped out millions of miles of underground...

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