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Appearing in "Among Us Stalk... the Sentinels"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


  • Dr. Bolivar Trask Next Appearance of Dr. Bolivar Trask (First appearance)
  • Sentinels Next Appearance of Sentinels (First appearance)
    • Sentinels Mk I (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 1/Section Leader (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 2 (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 3 (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 3-R (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 6 (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 7 (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 8-R (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 9 (First appearance)
      • Sentinel 10 (First appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Curtis (First appearance) (Worthington butler)
  • Unnamed citizens watching TV debate
  • unnamed Coffee A-Go-Go client
  • Unnamed National Television Network personnel and reporters
  • Unnamed taxi driver
  • Anti-mutant mob
  • Ka-Zar (Mentioned)
  • Human Torch (Mentioned)




  • "Mutant Menace" Daily Globe
  • Professor X's Rolls Royce
  • Warren Worthington's Mustang

Synopsis for "Among Us Stalk... the Sentinels"

  • Synopsis not yet written.


  • With this issue, the X-Men comic begins publishing monthly for the first time. This schedule will continue until X-Men #66, when the book goes into reprints. The book will be bi-monthly at that point until X-Men #112.
  • The artists renditions of mutants enslaving humans becomes a bit of an inspiration for Quentin Quire to form the Omega Gang. According to Quire, he was born on the very date the newspaper story was published.
  • This issue is reprinted in many other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]
  • credits:
    • A Fabulous Fantasy, Fathered by Your Fearless Marvel Madmen:
    • Stan Lee, D.S. (Doctor of Story)
    • Jack Kirby, D.L. (Dean of Layout)
    • Jay Gavin, M.A. (Master of Art)
    • V. Colletta, B.I. (Bachelor of Inking)
    • Artie Simek, T.O.L. (Tired of Lettering)
  • references: X-Men #10


  • Bobby claims that he and Hank are from New York City. Later issues reveal that the two men are actually from Nassau County and Dunfee, Illinois.
  • Werner Roth helped pencil this issue under the pseudonym Jay Gavin

See Also

Recommended Reading

  • This issue starts a three part storyline continued in X-Men #15 and #16.


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