7. “X-Men” No. 66 (1970)

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

7. “X-Men” No. 66 (1970)  This story by writer Roy Thomas and artist Sal Buscema was the last original X-Men adventure in the series, which had never been a significant sales success, before years of issues reprinting past tales (though X-characters did appear sporadically in other Marvel titles in 1971-1974). Professor X, drained from using his mental powers to stop the Z’nox invasion in No. 65, is restored from his comatose state on the final page (after the X-Men have battled the Hulk during an interruption of their bedside vigil). (Sal Buscema / Marvel)

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