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(Follows from the events of Fantastic Four #27)

In this issue, the X-Men use new uniforms, designed by Jean.

Simultaneously Professor X and Magneto hear media reports of a powerful mutant named Namor, the Sub-Mariner, who could be valuable to their cause. Both seek out the Submariner in their astral forms, but Magneto is the first to arrive. Magneto convinces one of Submariner's subordinates to convince the prince to go to Magneto and join him. Hoping stop this from happening the X-men board a boat to one of Magneto's secret island lairs.

The X-men arrive too late to prevent Submariner from meeting the Brotherhood. Magneto attacks the X-Men's boat with his powers amplified by a giant magnet he had built in the island. The X-men escappes and star to fight. The battle results in Quicksilver being restrained by the X-men. Magneto decides that Quicksilver is expendable and threatens the Scarlet Witch. Outrage by Magneto's treatment of the Scarlet Witch, the Submariner attack s Magneto and destroys the giant magnet. Professor X calls for an end to hostilities, the Brotherhood flee without Submariner and the X-men return home.

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Fancy Pants Fish Man 0

So Quicksilver is finally in his blue suit(but only for the cover), Jean Grey has a mask that lets her hair out and the Prince of Atlantis is being an asshole... again, but this time to the X-Men instead of the FF.Homo-sapien:1Homo-superior: 2Wow, I'm floored by the first page alone. Jean Grey is in the kitchen, where most internet men agree she should be, Cyclops is being a dick zapping Beast's hand at the dinner table, and Iceman is making ice cream to go on his pie. Just some rhetorical quest...

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Lots of action, very little rational thinking 0

This issue features several interesting concepts and subplots but ultimately leads nowhere. The thought processes of the various characters are mostly irrational to the point of having to question their sanity.   The story begins with a domestic scene at Xavier Mansion. Jean has cooked dinner and the male X-Men are about to eat. Xavier helpfully explains that this is not something Miss Grey regularly does, but its the "cook's day off". The X-Men have a cook? This is the first mention of the Mans...

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