The X-Men #55

    The X-Men » The X-Men #55 - The Living Pharaoh released by Marvel on April 1, 1969.

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    Cyclops is fighting against the Living Pharaoh, trying to discover where his brother Alex is. Meanwhile, the cops are looking for Cyclops, because they think he had murdered the Living Pharaoh, and the X-Men are looking for Cyclops. The Living Pharaoh defeat Cyclops and take him and his brother to Egypt.

    Inside a pyramid, Cyclops escapes, releases Alex and they fight against the minions of the Living Pharaoh. The others X-Men arrive and help the two brothers to defeat their enemies. At the end, Alex uses his power to defeat the Living Pharaoh, proving that he's also a Mutant!

    Second story: "Where Angels dare to tread"

    Young Angel is combating crime in New York City, with a red and black costume. At the end Cyclops and Iceman are waiting in Warren's room for him, and ask him to join The X-Men.



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    Oh, Roy. It's you. Welcome back, sort of. Roy picks up where Drake left off last issue and feels like he can improve on things, ignoring what was said last time (if he even read it). This is not typical Roy, but Roy's first run was not compounded by being Stan the Man's acolyte and heir apparent. Roy doesn't exactly pick it up in stride here: Jean doesn't use her TP powers to find Scott until several minutes into their search; she can sense he is alive because of some recently-acquired connectio...

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