For your consideration, we have a copy of Marvel Comics X-Men #100. It has been graded a 7.0 by CGC.
The “all-new” X-Men are confronted by what looks like the original X-Men team being directed by Professor X to kill the new team. Havok and Polaris also appear and side with the original team. Hence, a battle ensues.
Meanwhile, the new team fights. Wolverine, however, attacks Professor X. The Professor stands on two legs and knocks him down. Marvel Girl attacks Wolverine. Nevertheless, he deduces the truth and savagely slices Marvel Girl open. They see that “Marvel Girl” was really a robot. Now knowing the truth, the real X-Men destroy the “X-Sentinels”.
Observing the battle, Lang is enraged that his ruse has been exposed. Lang rants that he created the X-Sentinels to be duplicates of the original X-Men. He intended to have them exterminate other mutants. Cyclops uses the opportunity to escape. Cyclops attempts to knock out Lang, but he manages to flee. Jean then uses her telekinesis to prevent Lang’s escape and eventually force Lang’s gunship to crash and explode, seemingly killing Lang in the process.
The team, reunited, is stranded on the station. The solar flares will likely kill everyone. Corbeau determines they can use the shuttle to escape. The shuttle has a room that will shield them. However, somebody will have to remain on the bridge and manually pilot the ship back to Earth. The pilot will, probably, be incinerated by the solar flare!
Jean volunteers for the suicide mission. Sealing the hole in the ship with a telekinetic shield, Jean pilots the ship back through Earth. Cyclops tries to break free. Meanwhile, the other X-Men restrain him. As Jean flies the ship through the solar storm, her powers are pushed to the limits and the radiation pushes through.
Certainly, Marvel Comics X-Men #100 is an exciting addition for any collection!