Today’s cover of the day is Jack Kirby and Chic Stone’s Uncanny X-Men #6.

The issue was originally published back in July of 1964.

It was written by Stan Lee with pencils by Jack Kirby and inks by Chic Stone.

Take a look.

Source: Uncanny X-Men #6

The official description for the issue from My Comic Shop reads, “Xavier reads a news story about Namor and wonders if he is a possible mutant; Magneto comes to the same conclusion and invades the Sub-Mariner’s realm with an invitation to join his Brotherhood.”

It continues, “Enchanted by the Scarlet Witch, Namor agrees; The X-Men attack and, during the ensuing battle, Namor decides not to join either team, mutant or no.”

The cover is a rather one and depending on the quality has widely varying prices on eBay

One listing for CGC 6.5 is listed at $935.

However another CGC 6.5 is listed at $865.

Other listings see the book priced at $258 and $170.

What do you make of Jack Kirby and Chic Stone’s Uncanny X-Men #6 cover?

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