The X-Men #48

    The X-Men » The X-Men #48 - Beware Computo, Commander of the Robot Hive! released by Marvel on September 1968.

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    The X-Men had split up two issues ago, Iceman and Beast go to California, Angel is a roving agent and Cyclops and Jean stay at New York.

    The Cybertrons commanded by Computo attack some guys at the street and Jean and Cyclops have to battle them. The two X-Men defeat them and Jean search on one of them some hint about their master. Then they find Computo, a giant robot that make small warriors robots. Again, the X-Men win the battle against the robots and then destroy Computo. Suddenly, Quasimodo appears, saying that it was he who has been commanding Computo. Quasimodo manages to escape at the end.

    The second story is a resume of Beast abilities.



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    Move Over, Mekano 0

    Arnold Drake had done the impossible: created a worse X-Men issue than either Mekano or Spidey. Apparently, when Fred Duncan "split up" the X-Men, he meant sending Hank and Bobby to California (sometime soon, perhaps), leaving Scott and Jean in New York, and letting Warren cover the rest of the country - I'd like to play a wargame against that strategist. Let's spend a moment reflecting on the comment made about Jean in this issue while she is working at her "undercover" job as a model: "That's ...

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