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X-Men #60, September 1969, written by Roy Thomas, penciled by Neal Adams
I’m the proud owner of this, thanks to Play The Game, Read The Story in the Carousel Center Mall, in Syracuse, New York. Hurricane Irene hit New York City this past weekend, so I fled to Syracuse for no good reason. Well obviously it was fate, because I found this issue in pretty good condition for a great price. 
If you haven’t read this, do it. Neal Adams is phenomenal.
My Score: 8.5

In big Me news, my evacucation to Syracuse allowed me to buy this and Uncanny X-Men #64 (first appearance of Sunfire) for a combined price of $60. Both of these comics are from 1969, and both are worth a lot more than what I paid. It was pretty great. Great.
Also, either a tumblr run by a Neal Adams fan OR Neal Adams himself reblogged this. I am not sure which, but I will tell myself it was really Neal Adams.

digsyiscomics:

X-Men #60, September 1969, written by Roy Thomas, penciled by Neal Adams

I’m the proud owner of this, thanks to Play The Game, Read The Story in the Carousel Center Mall, in Syracuse, New York. Hurricane Irene hit New York City this past weekend, so I fled to Syracuse for no good reason. Well obviously it was fate, because I found this issue in pretty good condition for a great price. 

If you haven’t read this, do it. Neal Adams is phenomenal.

My Score: 8.5

In big Me news, my evacucation to Syracuse allowed me to buy this and Uncanny X-Men #64 (first appearance of Sunfire) for a combined price of $60. Both of these comics are from 1969, and both are worth a lot more than what I paid. It was pretty great. Great.

Also, either a tumblr run by a Neal Adams fan OR Neal Adams himself reblogged this. I am not sure which, but I will tell myself it was really Neal Adams.