This is a fanmade X-Men magazine from 1981 featuring articles like an interview with Jim Shooter, an investment guide, some fan art, and, (as seems to be the standard for all X-Men fan works from this period) a discussion of who is better, the X-Men or the New Teen Titans.
Moderate corner, cover edge, and spine wear. Numerous small cover wrinkles and dents. Significant stress lines. Moderate (approximately one inch) split at bottom of spine.
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