4. “X-Men” No. 14 (1965)

Aug. 28, 2013 | 3:11 p.m.

4. “X-Men” No. 14 (1965)  Dr. Bolivar Trask declares that the greatest menace to humanity is not “cold wars, hot wars, atom bombs and the like,” but mutants. His solution? Sentinels, robots designed to defeat them. So begins four issues (and now decades) of conflict between X-Men and mechanical giants. This is the last Stan Lee and Jack Kirby story on this list – each would leave the series before it reached No. 20.  (Jack Kirby / Marvel)

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