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149: X-Men #4 (v1)

" The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants! "
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X-Men #4 (v1)
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Editor-in-Chief: Stan Lee
Cover Artists: Jack Kirby, Paul Reinman
Writers: Stan Lee
Pencilers: Jack Kirby
Inkers: Paul Reinman
Letterers: Artie Simek
Editors: Stan Lee
Cover Date: March 1964
Release Date: January 1964
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Pages: 23
Cover Price: $0.12
Times Read: 1,304                 Times Rated: 661
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Issue Blurb
The X-men confront the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants for the first time! Magneto has captured a country in South America and plans to use their military to start a war against the Homo-sapiens!
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
Cyclops last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). Cyclops next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
  Marvel Girl
Marvel Girl last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). Marvel Girl next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
Angel last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). Angel next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
  The Beast
The Beast last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). The Beast next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
Iceman last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). Iceman next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
  Professor X
Professor X last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). Professor X next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
Magneto last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Magneto next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Quicksilver in the mainstream continuity. Quicksilver next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
  Scarlet Witch
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Scarlet Witch in the mainstream continuity. Scarlet Witch next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Mastermind in the mainstream continuity. Mastermind next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Toad in the mainstream continuity. Toad next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
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The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (Roster I)
This is the first appearance by The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants in the mainstream continuity. The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
The X-Men (Roster I)
The X-Men last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). The X-Men next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
Equipment, Items & Vehicles
Cyclops' Visor
Cyclops' Visor last appeared in X-Men #3 (v1). Cyclops' Visor next appears in Fantastic Four #28 (v1).
Magneto's Helmet
Magneto's Helmet last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Magneto's Helmet next appears in X-Men #5 (v1).
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Issue Notes

Issue Notes

The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the bulk of their members are introduced in this issue.
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Issue Review
   May 15, 2017
Best issue so far. This is good stuff.

Magneto is well written here, with an interesting plan and a group of believable characters supporting him. He is clearly driven by a sure and certain fear of what “homo sapiens” would do to his kind if given the chance. As such, he stands out as a compelling villain.

Even better, there is dissension within the ranks. Neither Quicksilver nor the Scarlet Witch are happy with the killing of innocents, which makes for some credible drama/tension within the group.

And once the X-Men show up, the fight scenes are all good. Even if having a wheelchair-bound team leader stretches things a bit far!

   February 24, 2014
Not bad, here. Not bad at all. I always loved the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants - perhaps more than the early X-Men. I think it's a part of Wanda and Pietro that I need to give credit to. Love these characters,

After Magneto and Toad - and Mastermind are all revealed to be the standard crazy villains, it's nice to see some of the other parts of the logistical spectrum of heroes and villains through these books. Wanda? Kinda the prisoner. Quicksilver? Just loyal to his sister. Of course, these characters get used much more in the upcoming Avengers books, but this is a nice start. The story? Way too quick. Taking over the country in three panels with a holographic army that becomes a real army? Modeled WAY too closely after some German soldiers, of course.
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Issue Synopsis
The story opens with the X-Men practising in the Danger Room, observed by Professor X. At the end of the session the professor gives them a birthday cake, pointing out that it is exactly a year since the start of their first class together.

The focus moves to Toad, Mastermind, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, who are sitting around a table eating and squabbling. The squabbling escalates into a fight between Mastermind and the Scarlet Witch, who are soon joined by Quicksilver, who leaps to the defence of his sister.

The scene changes to the office of a shipping line. Magneto appears and commandeers an old ex-convey freighter, complete with canons.

While Magneto is returning the freighter to his island base, it is spotted by Angel, who is out on a practise flight, though Magneto and Angel don't see each other. On returning to base, Angel casually mentions the freighter to Professor X, who immediately senses that something is amiss.

Back at Magneto's base, Magneto is not happy to find out about the earlier quarrel. When Quicksilver announces that he and his sister are leaving, Magneto reminds them of the debt that they owe him: he saved the Scarlet Witch's life when a mob of superstitious villagers were going to destroy her because of her powers. The brother and sister reluctantly agree to stay. Magneto reminds them that they are "Homo Superior", and reveals his plan to use the ship to take over an entire nation.

Reading his newspaper, Xavier finds out about the attack on the South American republic of San Marco by a lone ship and comes to the conclusion that this can only have been done by the Evil Mutants. He summons the X-Men.

Magneto completes his invasion of San Marco, aided by Mastermind, who creates an illusion of a huge invading army. Once fully in control, Magneto sets himself up as dictator and quickly recruits a real army.

Meanwhile the X-Men have arrived in San Marco disguised as a professor and his students, and they begin their counter-attack. There is a battle between the X-Men and the Evil Mutants and Angel is captured. While trying to rescue Angel, Cyclops's eyebeams strike the generator, tearing it from its moorings and putting everyone's lives in danger. The Evil Mutants flee. Cyclops manages to save himself and Angel, but collapses from the strain. They are found by Iceman, who revives Cyclops and frees Angel and they are reunited with Beast, Marvel Girl, and Xavier.

Knowing that he has lost this battle, Magneto prepares a nuclear bomb that will blow up the whole of San Marco. Quicksilver worries about the innocent people that will be killed, but Magneto says that they don't matter.

As the X-Men attack, Xavier is injured by an explosive booby trap and loses his power to read minds. The trap also activates the nuclear bomb. Magneto and the Evil Mutants make their escape, but Quicksilver refuses to follow, instead staying behind to deactivate the bomb. He then follows the Evil mutants, saying that even though he couldn't allow an entire nation to be destroyed, his place was still with them.

The X-Men wonder how they will manage in the future, without Xavier's powers to guide them.
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  Shark Says:    
  2011-10-24 15:52:32  
  I don't exactly know why, but the evil mutant's costumes annoy me a bit (specially the Frog). Oh well, it's the fashion...  

  TStarnes Says:    
  2011-10-24 16:45:22  
  Probably because his costume is pretty dumb.  

  thomassp74 Says:    
  2011-11-25 22:19:47  
  Uhh..why is the Scarlett Witch green?

Is there any point whatsoever to her mask/helmet?

A sliding board that heads out to sea to a freighter?

  superheroguy1 Says:    
  2012-07-03 08:10:13  
  Good story. The only down side is that Magneto's group was called the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants." I know it was mostly the time, but no one actually sees him/herself as evil. Magneto et al don't see themselves as evil; they justify what they do by saying they are helping the cause of mutantkind. Truly evil people always see themselves as heroes.  

  Ice Says:    
  2012-07-29 01:49:38  
  There's two prominent, Marvel bad guy groups with "Evil" names, Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Masters of Evil. It always bugged me, as nobody would actually CALL themselves that. The former can be shortened to "The Brotherhood of Mutants" and still sound ominous. Masters of Evil just doesn't work, though.

In answer to Thomas's question, I believe it was a printing error. From what I've read, the comics were written and drawn, then sent off to be colored and printed out-of-house. It happened with a couple different titles, back then.

Solid issue. I'm mostly reading this one thinking about what will come later. At least three of these characters later have their power levels expanded to nigh godhood. It's crazy how things will change over the years.

Also, I love how Marvel Girl's Danger Room test was helping to prepare the cake...Oh, Stan, you old sexist, you!

  Agrippina Says:    
  2012-08-02 23:25:37  
  And now the X-Men comics really start to feel like X-Men comics! Meanwhile, on a completely personal level, I'm excited to get up to the point where Pietro and Wanda enter the universe.  

  Safis Says:    
  2012-08-05 23:22:44  
  Wow, the Toad guy is really annoying, and Mastermind isn't much better. I like Magneto as a villain. He actually kind of reminds me of Dr. Doom. And of course Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch are cool.

I can't help but wonder if Quicksilver was intentionally created to be a Flash ripoff...

Good story!

  Dark_Knight93 Says:    
  2012-09-14 13:02:29  
  Good story, but I agree with the others that the name "Brotherhood of Evil Mutants" is a stupid. No one thinks of themselves as evil. I'm looking forward to the next X-Men issue though.  

  pik.asso Says:    
  2012-09-18 08:15:20  
  Before I started reading the comics I already knew every single Marvel movie. So now it's really exciting for me to see a group like the brotherhood existed such a long time before the movie was made and even had the same name already in this time!  

  chrisWhite Says:    
  2012-09-22 02:47:41  
  The X-Men party is really getting started!

The 'evil' name is interesting, there are undoubtably those in the Marvel universe who both are and see themselves as truly evil and embrace that but the Magneto and these guys certainly aren't those villains. The silver age worldview may not have room in it for the misguided but noble identities of some of these characters but it's hard to see Magneto, Wanda or Pietro as being truly evil.

  specialque Says:    
  2012-09-23 08:37:32  
  This was a great issue. It's clear that Quicksilver and the green Scarlet Witch aren't really evil. The X-Men training scenes are always a hoot. I'm excited for the next issue.  

  Loki120 Says:    
  2012-10-10 00:50:10  
  Great issue. Finally some villains with some dimension with Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, who aren't really evil.  

  chrys Says:    
  2012-12-10 19:24:02  
  Wow this was a significant improvement, and the positive spike in characterization made the villains more interesting than the heroes. And now I can say I disliked the Toad since his first appearance.  

  metsguy Says:    
  2013-01-07 00:12:04  
  Loved the characterization of Pietro. Some depth to a villain, like with Crimson Dynamo, is a welcome surprise at this point in the order.  

  Adrian Says:    
  2013-01-10 12:16:09  
  I like Magneto and Prof meeting on the astral plane. Magneto has always been one of the best villains, and i think mostly (adding to what everyone else has already said) its because he does not consider himself to be evil. Just someone choosing a different path.  

  Maidel Says:    
  2013-03-22 16:20:46  
  Really important comic because of who appears in it, but, jeeze, it's hard to read. Never have 22 pages felt so so long.  

  littlebitzer Says:    
  2013-04-20 20:09:22  
  I absolutely loved this one. I've already read about 30 of the early X-Men issues, and I do tend to love them all (I'm just a big fan of the 60's comics in general), but I feel this one had a better than average story. I really like how Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch don't really agree with Magneto, but are forced to follow him to fulfill a debt. Certainly more interesting then just a normal band of bad guys with a common goal.

I gawta say, Toad freaks me out. The first time I ever saw the character was in the movies, and I had always liked him- the actor is so cute! But seeing him in the comics makes me cringe. I mean.. Just. Ew.

  Ben Reilly Says:    
  2013-05-11 14:27:40  
  I really wished that Iceman could've smothered Cyclops a little longer with the ice. I mean he was up and running in no time. A few more minutes and no more Cyclops!  

  CrangTheCimmerian Says:    
  2013-05-14 11:06:02  
  It looks like Stan Lee had already some future plans for Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch otherwise he would created them as he usually do with villains as lunatic, one-dimensional, egocentric, power hungry characters. Compare this to the first appearances of Magneto or Sandman.  

  leisch Says:    
  2013-07-28 16:02:05  
  Have the X-Men themselves actually beaten anybody yet without Professor X butting in? That thing on the Witch's head looks like part of a nun's habit. Is the identity of "The Leader" supposed to be a mystery until he's revealed? If so, might not want to have him prominently depicted on the cover. For a test, you boys challenge deadly traps; Jean, open this box.  

  duncanm Says:    
  2013-07-31 19:21:16  
  Wow, who knew explosions could deaden mental superpowers...Learn something new every day.  

  At The Gates of Dawn Says:    
  2013-08-03 23:48:59  
  I have to say that this is one of the best issues of the Lee/Kirby run of the X-Men! (or probably THE best!) Not only as Magneto returned, but the old man brought on FOUR NEW MUTANTS! The Toad! (Ew) Mastermind (I love his powers! A very underrated villain!) and the terrible twosome twins; Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch! Stan's writing was superb; loved it when The Professor had his first "astral" confrontation with Magneto. And of course Kirby was real top notch here; I swear in some panels Magneto seemed very creepy! My only complaint here is the ending. It could have been better. I'm just glad that we're going to see more (and more and more and more) of these evil muties!  

  rook420 Says:    
  2013-08-22 15:32:42  
  A pretty solid issue. Too bad, from what I read on the forums, that this will not be the normal quality to expect during this original X-Men run.  

  Spider-Borg Says:    
  2013-11-01 10:37:38  
  Really loved this issue! Another example of sexism in comics is when Jean got confused and tried to attack her own teammates because she's just a girl, after all ;)  

  Psychopat Says:    
  2013-11-26 21:26:29  
  The first bomb is suposed to destroy the X-men and the Big one the entire nation.... what's the point of having a smaller bomb then?? Appart of that top notch issue! Loved that Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are more deep than plain evil mutants, and how there's a main plot and a sub-plot (Prof X loosing his powers and not regaining em' in this issue). This begins to feel much more like the ongoing Marvel Universe  

  Tarquinnff3 Says:    
  2013-12-13 13:44:40  
  Another good X-Men ish. It's good to see the start of the Brotherhood.  

  marvelcomicslover Says:    
  2014-01-01 20:27:37  
  I liked seeing the introduction of the new villains, especially Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. I also really liked the illusion Mastermind used on the Beast, good stuff. And after Prof X lost his power, the team stayed behind to aide him rather then chase Magneto, much loyalty and respect there.  

  Locust75 Says:    
  2014-03-09 12:16:33  
  5 stars for the Brotherhood !!!

Booties - On page 3, panels 7-8/page 4, panel 1 = Did the Angel take off Iceman's boots when he hung him out to dry? And did Marvel Girl put them back on him when she lowered him down?

Scarlet Witch - When she is sitting at the table eating with the others. It looks like her corset is way too tight! Also, like leisch has pointed out about her headpiece....Yikes!!!

Quicksilver - Others have noticed Wanda being colored wrong on the cover, but take a look at Pietro. He's in his clasic blue costume! While we're stuck with yet another green costume for a couple of more years.

Terrible Toad King - Sorry, but I like the little ugly suckup tattletale!

Need To Know - Is Pro. X usually informed of upcoming Naval war games?

Mental - The 1st hint of Magneto's mental power that will later be quickly forgotten.

Santo Marco - Translates to Holy Framework! Also, for a South American nation it has a very European feel to it!

'Nuff Said - "You are the betrayers of Homo Superior! Expect no mercy next time we meet!"-Quicksilver

  Bramwell Says:    
  2014-04-23 20:38:01  
  1. Classic awesome cover
2. Woot for the baddies...especially Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch
3. The mental plane stuff should really stay with Dr Strange
4. Good display by Cyclops
5. The morality streak in Wanda and Pietro is really deep for a first appearamce
Really good stuff.

  GroovyGolem Says:    
  2014-04-23 21:27:59  
  Great issue. I give credit to Stan for creating the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants while having two of its members not be too sure that the end justifies the means. How easy it would have been to just make them all blatantly evil. Instead, we get an interesting mix of personalities and a complex relationship between brother and sister as well as Quicksilver saving the day while still aligning himself with the bad guys. AND we end on a cliffhanger! Not bad for a Silver Age comic!

  Gym1963 Says:    
  2014-04-29 03:56:11  
  A few holes, but overall a pretty good story. It's surprising how much story they managed to cram into a single issue back then. These days the same amount of story would take up a full mini-series.  

  CeeNote12 Says:    
  2014-08-26 19:31:54  
  This book really took an upswing in the form of a much better plot and character development. The Toad reminded me of one of my 8 yr old daughters tattletale friends. LoL. This is nitpicking but the inking was terrible in the copy I read, all over the place outside the lines. Maybe it was just part of the times.  

  MX5 Says:    
  2015-07-08 21:11:41  
  Very enjoyable issue and my favorite of the X-Men thus far. Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver had an excellent first appearance I'm interested in learning more about the characters.  

  jbb10499 Says:    
  2015-12-03 11:03:59  
  Definitely the best X-Men by a lot!  

  yack Says:    
  2015-12-23 18:39:07  
  Loved this issue... a good read from the original series.  

  wingot Says:    
  2015-12-23 18:59:45  
  Introduction of Scarlet Witch (and Quicksliver, sure). Final introduction of The Brotherhood (hopefully they can stop saying "The Evil Mutants(TM)" now. Magneto is the Doctor Doom of X-men.

Hank, the smartest (or second smartest? How does he rate vs Xavier?) of the lot falls because of the illusion of the wall changing? Despite his tactile feedback showing that he was still holding on to the bricks? Still, almost no comic in the Silver Age has been flawless yet.

  gonzo Says:    
  2016-03-13 11:31:41  
  Lots of historically significant stuff happening here. I'll echo those who said this feels like the first "real" X-Men issue, chockful of mutant vs. mutant combat.  

  RobinHoodMtl Says:    
  2016-04-17 13:44:42  
  • That’s my line – “We only fight in self-defense!” (Magneto) – Rriiight!!

  • Hurray! It’s the Emerald Witch’s first appearance! Wanda is one of my all-time favorites: gorgeous, cool costume, nice power, etc.

  • What an annoying, insignificant, brown-nosed little villain, the Toad makes! Don’t you just want to smack him? Mastermind is simply despicable!

  • ”I’m no good to you no more!” Oh, Professor X, you are such a drama queen!

  • I have to disagree with those who believe Professor X’s powers work on the same plane as Doctor Strange. Mind and spirit are two different things. Doctor Strange’s powers come from magic and he is a mystic, whereas Xavier’s come from evolution and he is a telepath. OMG, I’m really taking this seriously!!!

  • Art is nice, though a little uneven, particularly on Magneto’s face behind the helmet. It’s good that Kirby gave some facial features to Snowman, but I can’t wait for Iceman to be created.

  • This is another great X-Men story, very significant in this universe, with a set of more complex characters. I particularly loved the twins’ duality and how Quicksilver could not live with the destruction of a whole nation. 5 stars!

  Calion @ duncanm (original post):    
  2016-06-01 17:23:25  
  Why not? Concussions from explosions are a common wartime injury, which effect ability ℅ concentrate, etc.  

  Calion @ Psychopat (original post):    
  2016-06-01 17:25:19  
  > The first bomb is suposed to destroy the X-men and the Big one the entire nation.... what's the point of having a smaller bomb then??

Because if that works, there's no need to set off the nuke.

  Calion @ CeeNote12 (original post):    
  2016-06-01 17:27:51  
  >the inking was terrible in the copy I read, all over the place outside the lines.

That's probably the coloring, not the inking. It's a printing error that happens sometimes.

  Billstar2 Says:    
  2016-07-08 14:41:57  
  I'm one of the few who wasn't big on this issue. I echo Maidel comment that this seemed like a long 22 pages. Intro of the Brotherhood was really the only thing of note for me.  

  Russ Says:    
  2016-07-31 12:43:05  
  Excellent issue, in spite of the flaws, and there weren't many. Yeah, I'd just like to reach out and backhand Toad myself, the little snivelly snitch. But Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch were the stars of this issue, being fairly complex characters right out of the box. Definitely one of the best and underrated character debuts so far.  

  chademe Says:    
  2016-10-23 09:25:53  
  Maybe I missed it or maybe it shows up in a later issue, but I never saw the Brotherhood referring to themselves as "Evil". They're just called that on the cover.  

  kent18 Says:    
  2016-11-14 03:16:01  
  Four issues in, the X-Men finally successfully manage to do something they hadn't in their first three appearances: a story that doesn't entirely blow chunks.

Not that "The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants" was flawless perfection, mind you: Paul Reinman's inks over poor, long-suffering Jack Kirby's pencils are even more ghastly than usual this time out. (The resultant mess, at times, almost resembles Dick Ayers in a mad dash than it does anything else.) George Roussos' healing touch is needed here, and badly.

The introduction of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch as series semi-regulars, however, makes up for all of that and *then* some. The prickly siblings, hotly loyal to one another above all else, contrast beautifully against the more single-minded machinations of Magneto. (Of the other two new evil mutants debuting here, the Mastermind is one-note and drab, while the Toad... well... let's just say that a little bit of him goes a long, *lonnnnng* way, and leave it at that.)

As stated, this is the first issue to give any sort of hint of the greater storytelling heights yet to be reached. Four stars... and about bloody time, too.

  jennychan Says:    
  2018-01-17 21:29:27  
  Brotherhood is awesome. Love them all, love how pervy Mastermind and Toad are. Best X issue so far.  

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