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106: X-Men #2 (v1)

" No One Can Stop the Vanisher! "
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X-Men #2 (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
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Letterers: Sam Rosen
Editors: Stan Lee
Cover Date: November 1963
Release Date: September 1963
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Pages: 22
Cover Price: $0.12
Times Read: 1,244                 Times Rated: 638
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The X-men are up against a new threat! A mutant who can instantly teleport himself anywhere, the Vanisher!
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Character Appearances
 
Main Characters
  Professor X
Professor X last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Professor X next appears in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1).
     
  Cyclops
Cyclops last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Cyclops next appears in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1).
     
  Marvel Girl
Marvel Girl last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Marvel Girl next appears in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1).
     
  Angel
Angel last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Angel next appears in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1).
     
  Beast
Beast last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Beast next appears in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1).
     
  Iceman
Iceman last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). Iceman next appears in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1).
     
Supporting Characters
  Fred Duncan
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Fred Duncan in the mainstream continuity. Fred Duncan next appears in X-Men #38b (v1).
     
  Lieutenant General Fredricks
Lieutenant General Fredricks last appeared in Fantastic Four #3 (v1). Lieutenant General Fredricks next appears in X-Men #17 (v1).
     
  Bill
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Bill in the mainstream continuity. Bill next appears in X-Men #38b (v1).
     
Villains
  Vanisher
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Vanisher in the mainstream continuity. Vanisher next appears in X-Men #37 (v1).
     
 
Group Appearances
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Federal Bureau of Investigation last appeared in Tales of Suspense #42 (v1). Federal Bureau of Investigation next appears in Tales of Suspense #64b (v1).
   
     
United States Armed Forces
United States Armed Forces last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). United States Armed Forces next appears in Tales of Suspense #47 (v1).
   
     
The X-Men (Roster I)
The X-Men last appeared in X-Men #1 (v1). The X-Men next appears in Tales of Suspense #49a (v1).
   
     
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RikerDonegal
   May 8, 2017
A marginal improvement over the dull first issue.

Xavier is still written as a cranky overlord, however, and the writing of/for Jean is very sexist. She’s referred to as “gorgeous” instead of by name, and there is a constant hint that she just isn’t good enough to be in the team, that the guys will have to rescue/protect her.

The villain is interesting. He may be wearing a terrible costume but his method of arrogantly intimidating his victims (for no real reason) is actually pretty cool.

Most of the issue is just the X-Men training. There’s a hell of a lot of training action in this comic, and not much action action.

And, in the end, it is Professor X who saves the day. Thus rendering the team ineffectual and basically useless.

Also: his way of defeating the villain is such that you can’t help but wonder why he doesn’t just do this all the time to all the villains. On his own he could eradicate evil in the Marvel Universe entirely. Not exactly a comforting thought, but based on the climax of this story it is entirely possible.

6/10
 
 
 
 
bastos
   February 24, 2014
Another scan taken from reprint city. Man, these things are rough to come by!

Bobby - total. Um... Jerk. What a big weenie. This story is a better one than the first one. Of course, the Vanisher is a dorky little thing - especially now. But the pace of the story is better - and as out-of-control as the X-Men are at this stage, it's nice to see that the X-Men - at least at the beginning - were a training and teaching organization.

A nice lesson for kids - the primary target back then - that the goal of a team is to think before fighting - and use your mind to your advantage.
 
 
 
 
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The X-men race back to the mansion for a briefing with Professor X, called by his telepathic summons. Cyclops and Iceman are help up briefly by helping some construction workers along the way, while Jean Grey and Angel must escape a horde of autograph seeking fans. Angel flys Jean back to the school while Cyclops and Iceman arrive by way of ice cream truck (at Icemans request). When they arrive Prof. X mentally projects images of a new mutant called The Vanisher. He is shown telling the bank workers that he plans on robbing their bank. When they attempt to get him arrested, the police refuse as it is not a crime until he actually tries to rob the bank. Entering the Bank, the vanisher pulls a gun and robs the tellers, when the police (who previously refused to arrest him) attempt to apprehend him, he disappears in front of astonished policemen. Professor X then takes the X-men into the danger room for specific training to defeat The Vanisher. After Angel mocks his test with missles, Professor X orders Angel to pretend the next missle is the Vanisher and catch it. A task Angel fails. The next to be tested is the beast, who also does not take the tests seriously enough and while jumping over mechanical arms falls into a pit. He does manage to stop himself from falling all the way down the hole. While they are testing, the Vanisher shows up at the pentagon, and after elluding gards tells a general that the plans they are holding will be his. He then once again vanishes before he can be appreheaded. Back in the danger room Cyclops aids a tiring Marvel Girl with her challance. Her brief thank you is interupted by a prank from a jealous Iceman, who sends a hourse scuplted out of ice sliding towards cyclops. While the students bicker, Professor X communicates telepatcially with FBI agent Fred Duncan about Vanishers threat to steal the plans. Duncan agrees to the professors offer of aid and the entire team travesl to the Pentegon. The X-Men arrive just in time to encounter the Vanisher, who has already stolen the plans and is making his escape from the Pentegon. Although he drops the plans when grabbed by Angel, Vanisher manages to free himself and recover them from the Beast, only to loose them again to a blast from Cyclops. Marvel Girl attempts to grab the plans telekentically, but is hit with sleeping gas and knocked unconious. The vanisher managers to recover the plans once more and disapears before Iceman can stip him. Defeated the team leaves for Westchester to confer with Professor X. Back at home, they read of their defeat in the newspaper just prior to seeing a news report on the TV. The reporters relay the Vanishers blackmail to the country, asking for $10 million dollars in order to keep him from handing the plans to terrorists. Professor X hatches a plan to capture the elusive Vanisher, and informes the X-Men that he intends to accompany them on their next meeting with the criminal. Travleing back to Washington, the team confronts the Vanisher and his mob of criminals on the lawn of the White House. When confronted by Professor X, the Vanisher finds his powers have stopped working, and he forgets who he is. Once the Vanisher is rendered powerless, the X-Men fight and quickly defeat the rest of the ciminals who accompanied the Vansisher. Professor X congradulates the entire team for a job well done as the Army takes the criminals and the Vanisher away.
 
 
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  thomassp74 Says:    
  2011-11-23 11:46:12  
  Vanisher: My vote for the worst costume in the Marvel Universe thus far.

First Prof. X can fly a plane mentally, with telepathy (?). Now he can project movies on a wall mentally?

At what point does Henry McCoy become a genius, because he seems dumber than Ben Grimm so far.

"Call the cops! Even jail would be better than those corny puns of yours!" Couldn't agree more Stan.
 
 
 

  zweineuf Says:    
  2011-11-30 02:09:45  
  Well honestly the mental projection isn't so bothersome, he could just be "convincing" the X-Men that they're seeing a movie on the wall ... why the wall is necessary in this scenario is beyond me, but Xavier, Jean, Emma, et al routinely make people see things in modern comics. I still don't get the telepathic control of the plane, however.  
 
 

  zweineuf Says:    
  2011-11-30 02:27:08  
  Iceman attacks with "liquid ice" ... I wonder if he means water.

Also, Cyclops' optic blast is shown to give off heat, as it is used specifically to melt the ice Bobby put on Angel's wings. Obviously, this ability was retconned later, but it remains a common point of confusion among the general public.
 
 
 

  TStarnes Says:    
  2011-11-30 08:12:40  
  There are times (telepathically flying the plane, Mentally examining a robot in a later issue) when I am unsure if Stan knows what telepathy is.

And wouldn't "liquid ice" just be water?
 
 
 

  zweineuf Says:    
  2011-11-30 16:14:22  
  From a chemistry standpoint, the only other thing he could mean is supercooled water, which is water in liquid state but at below freezing temperatures. That's actually an intriguing possibility, but I think it's more likely Stan just thought "water" sounded boring, so he called it "liquid ice" instead.  
 
 

  fragsel Says:    
  2011-12-15 14:04:56  
  And Kids: when you demand ransom always remember to mention that it should be tax-free. That way you'll awoid getting the non-tax-free ransom (You know - all this paper work - depresing)  
 
 

  UDFlyers31 Says:    
  2012-04-18 03:35:23  
  Gotta love the men at the Pentagon guarding the plans being dressed like street thugs. That just seems like a weird choice to me.  
 
 

  Webslinger Says:    
  2012-05-02 04:03:58  
  Not bad, really not bad, it was almost good! I liked learning that the X-Men started with high odds among the army, F.B.I. and so on. How long will it be to change this?  
 
 

  Anonymous Says:    
  2012-05-23 13:18:40  
  Is it just me or is Stan trying to recycle the Thing and the Torch's banter with Beast and Iceman? :-/  
 
 

  Safis Says:    
  2012-06-02 13:59:03  
  You'd think the Pentagon could come up with a more secure location for their top secret plans than putting them on a table in a big room with four dudes standing around it.  
 
 

  Bob Says:    
  2012-06-20 03:42:44  
  Like fragsel I loved the tax-free idea. :D

And some good police work here, leading the Vanisher to the bank.
 
 
 

  Daredevil Says:    
  2012-07-04 14:30:06  
  By liquid ice he might mean a slushie...  
 
 

  Dark_Knight93 Says:    
  2012-07-08 08:55:56  
  After two issues several things are clear. First off, Iceman is a ripoff of the Human Torch, with Stan Lee giving him a ridiculous arsenal of moves and lame "teenager" dialog. Secondly, the team itself is kinda a rip off of the early Fantastic Four stories, putting emphasis on the dysfunctional family aspect. Lastly, Jean Grey might be the best female in the Marvel universe because as of yet she hasn't displayed any stereotypical traits the other woman have. Too bad she still doesn't have a personality of her own.  
 
 

  specialque Says:    
  2012-09-18 23:10:00  
  Even when I was a kid I thought how the Prof defeated the Vanisher was really, really creepy.  
 
 

  Loki120 Says:    
  2012-10-10 00:28:11  
  Yeah, ol' Prof X really plays it fast and loose with his mental powers in these early issues. It's a time when he wouldn't think twice about wiping your mind clean, such a thing would really be against the grain for him now days. A slow follow up to the first issue, the Vanisher has been one of those characters who needs to keep being reinvented every time he comes back, and yes, one of the most horrid costumes...ever.  
 
 

  Phantasmagoria Says:    
  2012-11-02 19:56:10  
  Wow, Professor X f****d The Vanisher up. It's a little bit overkill, actually. Couldn't he have just made him forget about his powers and left everything else intact?

Otherwise, this is an okay issue.
 
 
 

  Adrian Says:    
  2012-11-23 16:57:33  
  The fact that Professor can use his mind in this way to defeat enemies, makes me wonder why he wouldnt use that on all the Xmens foes. Probably for the best that he doesnt though, it wouldnt be very entertaining.  
 
 

  chrys Says:    
  2012-12-07 00:58:40  
  What in the world is the Vanisher's costume? Prof X is a creepy jerk so far - no wonder the X-Men are always trying not to upset him.  
 
 

  Maidel Says:    
  2012-12-17 17:20:33  
  Not as good as the first, jean is still portrayed as a helpless woman, like sue storm, but at least she has power. But notice she has to keep being saved by the other x-men, whereas they save themselves.

Ah well, it will get better...
 
 
 

  metsguy Says:    
  2012-12-27 19:18:26  
  Why the heck didn't Chuck do that in the first place?  
 
 

  Dopey Says:    
  2013-02-21 03:05:57  
  Bobby Drake was jealous of Jean when Cyclops 'rescued' her from the giant basketball. Because Ice Man is homosexual.

I like that Jean has powers, unlike the other two heroines that we've seen so far.

I'm allowing for these formative X-Men stories to find their ground. It seems that Stan doesn't really know exactly what he wants to do with this team. With an FBI contact, a government-issue hi tech plane, and a cheering general populace, it seems that the X-Men are favourably cast so far. At the same time it's easy to see that with Magneto and this ridiculous Vanisher spitting out contempt for the human race, general attitudes change towards mutants as threats pile up.

The mob of mobsters was too much. "Hooray for the Vanisher!"? "Three cheers for the Vanisher!"? This last quote after the villain contemptuously states that he feels Homo sapiens should be at the beck and call of Homo superior...

One star for Jean having those awesome "teleportation" powers that can move objects much like what I believe is telekinesis.
 
 
 

  Spider-Borg Says:    
  2013-03-18 23:39:13  
  I thought it was ridiculous how the vanisher is all like "hey, i'm here now but i'm not going to steal the case until tomorrow!" ...errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!  
 
 

  Bruce Banner Says:    
  2013-03-19 03:06:30  
  I appreciate that Stan is trying to create some real conflict, i just hope it matures a bit.  
 
 

  leisch Says:    
  2013-07-25 18:31:06  
  Magnets, transistors, telepathy--Stan, if you don't know how it works, don't ess with it. The X Men are well liked by the citizens. When does that situation change to the present state of fear?  
 
 

  rook420 Says:    
  2013-08-03 00:51:05  
  So if you freeze a glove, it'll transform into ice-cubes?  
 
 

  At The Gates of Dawn Says:    
  2013-08-03 16:19:41  
  X-Men's second adventure but a tad weaker than the debut. I find the plot on this issue to be pretty generic and the X-Men's goofiness to be annoying. (ex: Cyclops and Ice Man hitching a ride in the ice cream truck...UGH!) Beast still sounds like the Thing and the ending was a put down. I shouldn't judge too early though, Stan was just getting the hang of these characters and more great stories would come. Unfortunately this issue was a little disappointing. Movin' on I say...  
 
 

  Anonymous Says:    
  2013-08-12 20:22:16  
  I love how the small white ice-cream truck is red in the panels. Its also nice to know that a sleep gun is way better than a real one. A note on another comic where deadpole kills everyone. When Deadpole is killing all of the x-men on recordings as Professor X watches in horror... I knew he could have at least did something like this to stop deadpole... In fact his inaction eft over the rest of the remaining universe  
 
 

  wedgeskywalker9 Says:    
  2013-09-25 16:11:14  
  Vanisher makes a strong play for the worst costume to far, but sadly for him, the Porcupine already debuted a few issues back, and its going to take more than a red quilt to knock him off the top (bottom?) spot. That said, this was another in a series of mediocre issues. The school aspect of the X-Men still sets them apart from the likes of the Fantastic Four and the Avengers, but I feel its not being fully utilized yet. Nothing outstanding here, but nothing awful either. 2/5.  
 
 

  Psychopat Says:    
  2013-10-21 18:20:06  
  Bad villain, bad costumes, tax-free ransom and liquid ice all to make a great comic... I cant wait for beast to turn blue and brilliant, Jean and Prof X to have pretty much the same power and for Bobby to turn human form once in a while  
 
 

  Tarquinnff3 Says:    
  2013-10-25 08:14:11  
  Maybe I'm biased, but I really enjoy these old X-Men comics as corny as they are. There isn't a lot of depth to the characters yet, but it can see it starting to come through in places. I love that the Professor joined the fight for this one. I just wish they would stop calling Jean's power teleportation. It's obvious they know what teleportation is because that's what they call the Vanisher's ability. Overall still an enjoyable read.  
 
 

  Redsvetz Says:    
  2013-10-25 08:23:18  
  -I love all the hopeful, "This ain't so F'n bad" comments! Face forward troops, you've just begun the fight--General Stan is pleased with your progress so far, but he's got many more challenges ahead to test your mettle. Hang in there!  
 
 

  marvelcomicslover Says:    
  2013-11-18 22:48:44  
  2 stars for this one. Story and art weren't that great. I do want to see the evolution of the Vanisher though. I see he joins a group called Fallen Angels in the 80's. I'm looking forward to reading that to see how's he changed.  
 
 

  Locust75 Says:    
  2014-02-08 12:02:35  
  2 stars for the Vanisher who does get a better, yet simple costume in the 80's. Well, anything's better than his Crazy Quilt (DC villain) knock off costume!

Confused - On page 2, panel 5 Angel says Dr. X instead of Pro. X!!!!

At The Bijou - "A Teen-Agers Tears", starring Tuesday Weld, directed by BJ Cosmos, and produced by SM Studios!

Loose Ends - I wonder if Pro. X had to mindwipe the Merry Moppet Ice Cream Man also?

This Is Your FBI - I wish they would of used Fred Duncan more through the years.

4th Wall - On page 17, panel 5 it feels like Jean is looking at the reader and thinking "Boys will be boys!".

'Nuff Said - "There is no law against wearing a costume, and you know it!"-Vanisher
 
 
 

  GroovyGolem Says:    
  2014-03-18 22:00:45  
  Issue #2 and Beast has already lost the Brooklyn-esque dialog. He even mentions that he's "smarter than the others" although this could just be a boast and not a real character trait at this stage.

Professor X may as well have turned the Vanisher into a chicken. He really messed that dude up! Scary.
 
 
 

  Bramwell Says:    
  2014-03-21 22:31:35  
  1. Legendary splash page
2. The opening pages are pretty bad but I get that they are still introducing the characters.
3. PX really is a jerk...silence...give yourself a demerit!
4. Love the homo superior talk. Fifty years later and the thread is still going.
5. Good danger room and battle scenes. I like how the heroes act so immature...like real high school students.
6. Great PX finish
I enjoyed this one very much...4 stars
6.
 
 
 

  zengosm Says:    
  2014-05-02 15:10:17  
  Do not mess with Xavier. He will destroy you.  
 
 

  rainbowsad Says:    
  2014-07-25 15:06:16  
  Not the best issue, but I really enjoyed it. Probably because I've been looking forward to the X-Men for too long... I gotta say though, it's weird seeing mutants so respected by the human population.  
 
 

  CeeNote12 Says:    
  2014-08-25 22:33:41  
  Everything amusing about this ish has already been mentioned but I love the thermal underwear material used for Vanishers costume. Still these early books are entertaining.  
 
 

  Ryumit Says:    
  2014-09-05 13:19:36  
  Given this one 4 stars. Really enjoyed this issue and even though its only no 2 the x-men is the best series so far.

As mentioned above about Beast and Iceman, it seems like they have re-used the thing and the human torch. Especially torch and iceman the similarities are noticeable straight away. However one guys controls fire one guy controls ice so there will always be similarities.

Anyone enough rabbling on - good fun issue looking forward to no 3.
 
 
 

  J-Smack Says:    
  2015-01-29 19:02:23  
  Xavier needs to get laid...  
 
 

  quartertwain Says:    
  2015-03-11 00:57:12  
  Here's a plan to protect the secret documents better than a table and four guys with machine guns. A safe. A 1 foot by 1 foot, interior dimensions, safe of 12" steel. Problem solved. I wonder about the worth of secret plans developed by dumbasses.  
 
 

  rodyoungerblood Says:    
  2015-06-09 12:06:22  
  The X-Men are just a bunch of children.  
 
 

  jbb10499 Says:    
  2015-11-23 11:20:20  
  Its alright.  
 
 

  Urgat Says:    
  2015-11-30 15:30:14  
  I share the opinion of Bramwell over this second Issue...i really enjoyed and liked it as well! The interference and demonstration of Prof. X's Mental Power was just a WOW-Moment for me because I did not expect that...4*  
 
 

  wingot Says:    
  2015-12-06 08:54:57  
  "Even jail would be better than those corny puns of yours." Yep.

Also iceman and angels feud seems identical to Torch and Things.
 
 
 

  TonyRolloBrownTown Says:    
  2015-12-21 00:19:03  
  That costume...  
 
 

  yack Says:    
  2015-12-23 14:37:08  
  pretty weak villain.  
 
 

  gonzo Says:    
  2016-01-12 12:41:48  
  Much like George Costanza, The Vanisher wanted to be wrapped in velvet. Unlike that layabout, Vanisher went out and made it happen!  
 
 

  RobinHoodMtl Says:    
  2016-04-01 21:51:25  
 
  • That’s my line – “I’m your boy for hi-potential, Prof! Say, that sounds like a breakfast cereal!” (Beast)

  • The whole thing with Angel overwhelmed by his fans is hilarious.

  • Yay! a first for the famous Danger Room! But who builds those things anyway?

  • Great villain, but that must be the most ridiculous suit! There SHOULD be a law against wearing such an ugly outfit!

  • 10 millions! Tax-free, no less! The nerve! Yet why would he declare it anyway!

  • As a team, the X-Men seem a lot more efficient than the Fantastic Four because they work together.

  • Whoa! Professor X would so scare the crap out of me!

  • Another solid issue. Love the art. Splash page would make a great pin-up! 4 stars for Beast who makes it a rule to enter a room feet first!!
 
 
 

  Billstar2 Says:    
  2016-05-14 23:25:55  
  The Pentagon guards have guns and yell,"grab him!" How about shoot him? Okay issue,not impressed with x-men yet.  
 
 

  Calion @ Spider-Borg (original post):    
  2016-05-31 18:29:16  
  I think the point was to show just how superior he is. "I'll steal this despite anything you can do!"  
 
 

  Calion Says:    
  2016-05-31 18:33:53  
  1. 'Nuff said: "Fun time's over, Chickadees!"—Marvel Girl
2. "A small white vehicle" that's really red because Marvel doesn't do its own coloring and the printers can't read…
3. Today I learned: The Pentagon employs armed guards in civilian clothes instead of Marines. And they keep valuable defense plans out on tables instead of in…I dunno…a safe.

This was actually quite good. It mostly made sense, the X-Men had a genuine challenge, and Professor X shows what he's capable of.
 
 
 

  Russ Says:    
  2016-07-24 20:17:21  
  $10 million tax free? Probably because back then, the IRS was an even more fearsome villain than the Vanisher was!  
 
 

  kent18 Says:    
  2016-11-07 05:21:22  
  Man, this series is off to a slow, painful start so far... and Paul Reinman's hamfisted attempts at inking Jack Kirby's pencils certainly aren't helping matters, either.

With the scales motif, bald head and that cute li'l domino mask, the Vanisher looks like a Geriatric Mutant Ninja Turtle. ;) And having Professor X roll in from Stage Left, furrow his brow slightly, and -- BAM! -- the menace is suddenly over, just like that, no muss, no fuss, is simply lazy, careless plotting by definition.

Two stars... grudgingly.
 
 
 

  jemsmck Says:    
  2017-05-05 07:51:30  
  While I liked the issue for the pure enjoyment factor of reading early X-Men stories, critically speaking, everything about this issue was horrible.

1. The plot holes are atrocious. Why would Vanisher need to have the cops bring him to the bank when he can simply pop in and take what he wants and pop out? Why would the army not put the plans in a secret safe(can't steal them if he doesn't know where they are)? Why would he need to demand ransom money from the government when he can simply teleport into banks and take money?

2. The sexism is real here. It could simply be a sign of the culture during the early 60's but still. It's a Marvel theme that is transparent in every issue that has a female character during the early era.

3. WTF is with that costume?

This issue simply does not make any sense and feels rushed simply to get an issue out to consumers.
 
 
 

 
 
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