Clicking on the eBay link and making a purchase may result in this site earning a commission from the eBay Partner Network.

X-Men #38

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1994
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Prelude to Legion Quest - one page titled Interlude 2

David Haller aka Legion, the son of Professor Xavier and Gabrielle Haller is visited by Destiny in a vision. She hints that the dream of mutant prosperity by Professor X was destroyed by Magneto

X-Factor #108

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1994
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Prelude to Legion Quest 2, on one page

After the events of the Muir Island Saga, Legion fell into a coma but shows signs of waking up

X-Factor #109

Non-Key
Deluxe Edition ⋅ Marvel ⋅ 1994
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Legion Quest tie-in

Marvel ⋅ 1994
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Prelude to Legion Quest 3, final two pages

Professor X discovers his son has emerged from his coma

X-Men #39

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1994
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Prelude to Legion Quest 4, on two pages

Legion is given the life purpose of healing the rift between mutants and humans

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Legion Quest part 1

The X-Men confront Legion and learn his goal is to travel back in time to affect the future so that his father's dream of mutant/human harmony can exist

X-Men #40

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Legion Quest part 2

Suffering from amnesia after time-traveling, Legion recovers in a hospital where he encounters Magneto, reads his mind and views the horrors of his past in a concentration camp. Legion involuntarily recreates these scenes in Magento's mind which causes him to lash out, then run to Xavier to report the stranger's phenomenal powers

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Legion Quest part 3

Legion makes his intention known that he plans on killing Magneto so that Xavier's dream can persevere while Cable travels into the past to activate the memories of the amnesic X-Men who were pulled into the past with Legion

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

Rogue and Gambit first kiss

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Legion Quest part 4

Legion successfully defeats the X-Men and seeks to drive a psychic blade into Magneto's brain but Xavier physically intervenes and is killed. With that, the future is now changed, Legion will no longer be born and the future from which they came, ceases to exist

Cable #20

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Legion Quest tie-in

Cable returns from his brief visit to the past unsure whether he was able to have a positive effect. The issue ends as the current reality crystalizes and shatters into non-existence

Marvel ⋅ 2001
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

First solo title series featuring Blink

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Blink #2

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 2001
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Blink #3

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 2001
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Prelude to Age of Apocalypse

Magneto leads the X-Men: Iceman, Jean Grey, Storm, Scarlet Witch, Colossus, Rogue and Weapon X (Wolverine)

X-Man Annual #1

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1996
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

1st appearance of the Dark Beast

1st appearance of Holocaust aka Nemesis

1st appearance of Abyss, a Horseman of Apocalypse

1st appearance of Morph in his featureless form, from the Age of Apocalypse reality

1st appearance of Charles Lehnsherr, the child of Magneto and Rogue

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse begins

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

X-Calibre #1

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

1st team appearance of the X-Ternals: Gambit, Jubilee, Strong Guy, Lila Cheney, Sunspot

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Weapon X #1

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Weapon X #2

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

1st appearance of the Sugar Man, a monster without any morals originating from the Age of Apocalypse

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$3
High
$10

Key Facts

1st appearance of Bedlam, a mutant who can disrupt tech with psionic pulses

1st appearance of Christopher aka Terrence Aronson, brother of Jesse and a telepath

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

1st appearance of X-Man, the son of Scott Summers and Jean Grey, conceived through scientific procedures performed by Mr. Sinister

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Guidebook to the mutants in Age of Apocalypse with original story intermixed

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Factor X #2

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

X-Calibre #2

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Factor X #3

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Weapon X #3

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

X-Universe #1

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

X-Calibre #3

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

X-Man #3

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

X-Calibre #4

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

X-Man #4

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Factor X #4

Non-Key
Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Marvel ⋅ 1995
Low
$1
Mid
$2
High
$3

Key Facts

๐Ÿ“– Reading Order: Age of Apocalypse

Adjust Your Filters To See More Comics!

By default Key Collector searches for Standard Cover Key Issues.

Adjust the "Variants" search filter above for additional content:

  • Variant Covers ([[totalVariants]])

At Key Collector, our primary focus is on unearthing those rare Standard Cover Key Issues for you. However, the world of comic collectibles is vast and varied. We want to make sure you have the tools to explore it all!