*Marvel: Uncanny X-Men #141 and #142, towards the end of Claremont and Byrne’s hugely popular run on Marvel’s Merry Mutants, presented a two-part story in which an adult Kitty Pryde ‘Did a ‘Terminator”. Travelling back in time to her own teenage years, she tried to avert her own dystopian future, in which Mutants were interned in prison camps or hunted to death by Sentinels, from coming to pass. This future world also brought us the first appearance of Rachel Summers, later to become Phoenix II, then Marvel Girl II, and the way the Marvel Universe is right now, possibly Iron Man XVI, who can keep track? This powerful story was already a sought-after two-parter, but its popularity (and value!) skyrocketed after the release of the X-Men film, “Days of Future Past”, which adapted the narrative to the big screen (though, it must be said, Wolverine was very unconvincing in the role of Kitty Pryde…). These are now back in stock – though not, we suspect, for long – with #141 FN+ p £25 and #142 VF/NM £50.