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Uncanny X-Men 142 pg 21 (Marvel, 1981) 'Days of Future Past'

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Title: Uncanny X-Men 142 pg 21 (Marvel, 1981) 'Days of Future Past'
Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
Artists: John  Byrne (penciller)
Terry Austin (inker)

This page picks up seconds after Sprite/Kitty Pryde phases through Destiny and saves (anti-mutant) Senator Kelly's life! Before leaving with Kitty, Storm asks the Senator to consider that "Mutants, like people, are both good and bad." and that he should reevaluate his anti-mutant stance given that his life was just saved by mutants! Later, in Angel/Warren's private jet, the X-Men wonder if they've managed to change the future?! Don't miss this opportunity to pick up a solid example from one of the most pivitol and influential stories in comic book history!! Note this issue, #142, is actually the first issue of the title that uses the decriptor 'The Uncanny'. Rendered in ink over graphic on standard size Bristol board. 

 


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